Boat trailer tires can be radial or non-radial. Because they are often submerged in water, they are weather-resistant.
Types of Boat Trailer Tires
Kinds of Boat Trailer Tires include the following:
Radial boat trailer tires
Radial boat tires wear longer than ply tires. They have better traction, greater strength, improved stability, and less rolling resistance. Most models have two steel cord belts and two radial plies made of smooth polyester cords for added durability and stability.
Non-radial boat trailer tires
Non-radial boat tires are designed for extreme driving conditions. They are ideal for driving through rocks, snow, mud, sand, gravel, or dirt. However, they have little shock absorption.
Choosing Boat Trailer Tires (Buying tips)
Tire diameter: Choose boat trailer tires with the largest diameter possible. They make fewer revolutions per minute (rpm) than boat trailer tires with small diameters, thus reducing wear and damage on the wheel bearings.
Ply: Choose boat trailer tires with a significant number of plys because they have stronger sidewalls and are generally more stable.
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