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Drivin’ and Vibin’: Where to buy trailer tires?

Drivin’ and Vibin’: Where to buy trailer tires?

WASHINGTON — We finally bought and installed new trailer tires on our vintage Airstream frame! In this article we’ll let you know where we bought the tires, the purchasing & installing experience, and tell you all about the cool Centramatic wheel balancers we installed, too!

A quick backstory: in January we purchased a 1979 Airstream Argosy to renovate. Over the last 4 months, we’ve completed a LOT of demolition and a little renovation. To get caught up, click here to watch the videos.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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  1. what tires you buy is really more important than WHERE you buy them. Goodyear makes Made In USA Endurance tires, good healthy CCC that far exceed the run of the mill china bombs. We find a local tire shop, mom and pop type, and special order. takes 1 day for the guy to get them in. Done and Done, metal stems, aired up and out the door. The other part of tire shopping with a guy is you can specify with your found tire guy you want ‘fresh’ tires when you do your order, so HE makes sure when he calls it in to his delivery guy to get the fresh batch. This is not the case whe you order online, you have no say in getting fresh tires. with ST tires lasting 3 years on the OUTSIDE, if you buy brand new 2 yr old tires, well you just cut off 2 years off your tires life IF IT LASTS THAT LONG .No matter where you are, there is a small tire shop.

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