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Conversation Between floridalarry and HowieE
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  1. floridalarry
    Thanks. It has 15" and I guess I could upgrade to 16". Looks like plenty of room front and back, but I don't know about top of wheel wheel. What Michelin would you recommend?
  2. HowieE
    01-31-2016 12:27 PM
    HowieE
    Hi Larry

    I run nothing but Michelins LTs, truck and trailer. Now that said if the trailer has 15 in. wheels LT tires are becoming harder to find.

    Remember the longer a trailer is the easier it is to back up.

    Best of Luck
  3. floridalarry
    Hi Howie. Going to look at a 1966 20' Globetrotter tomorrow. Frame-off restore. A little expensive, but I can't deal with a larger trailer anymore like my 2002 28' Classic. Wouldn't matter because I now have a 2015 Nissan Frontier. Question I have for you . . . the unit has AS alum wheels and I would want to go back to the steel wheel with moon hub caps like the original. The owner says that the restor was done in 2010 and the trailer has been sitting as a pool house since then. This would mean I need to replace the tires. I have had bad experiences with GYM in the past. I am thing about Yokohama or Michelin. What would you recommend?
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