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Old 05-03-2021, 06:09 PM   #1
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Where to find a replacement wheel

Can anyone point me in the right direction to find this wheel.Or does anyone have a wheel they would like to sale. If for a friend or mine who had a blowout on his 5th wheel. For some reason I can't post this to the wanted ads.
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Old 05-03-2021, 06:21 PM   #2
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Try here: http://Tredittire.com
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Contact Jayco with vin# for trailer. They can point you to the original rim maker. I believe Tredit Tire and wheel in Elkhart used to be their supplier. Send them a pic as well.
On our previous 2012 Eagle superlite that was the supplier for 16 inch rim

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Old 05-03-2021, 06:34 PM   #4
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Like Danno said,... here ya go. Lol!

https://www.tredittire.com/wheel/altitude/
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Where to find a replacement wheel

If you were closer to N TX, Id give you the 4 I have sitting on the side of my house. They look to be the same rim.

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Old 05-03-2021, 06:51 PM   #6
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Edit, just noticed that your wheel is a 15" not 16".

But for those of us with the 16" version:
Interesting that per the linked website, those of us with 16" wheels (6 lug at 5.5") are only rated to 3200 lbs but the E load range tire fitted on it is rated for 3640 lbs at 80 psi.

Does that mean that for those of us running at 80 psi per the placard, are overloading the wheel?

I have not checked the inside of my wheel if it is spec'd with a higher rating. Has anyone else checked their wheel?
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If you were closer to N TX, I’d give you the 4 I have sitting on the side of my house. They look to be the same rim.

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Different wheel. Eight hole verses six and OP needs a 15".
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Edit, just noticed that your wheel is a 15" not 16".

But for those of us with the 16" version:
Interesting that per the linked website, those of us with 16" wheels (6 lug at 5.5") are only rated to 3200 lbs but the E load range tire fitted on it is rated for 3640 lbs at 80 psi.

Does that mean that for those of us running at 80 psi per the placard, are overloading the wheel?

I have not checked the inside of my wheel if it is spec'd with a higher rating. Has anyone else checked their wheel?
Yes. I did when I purchased a matching spare. I called treddit and they said the 8 lug wheels were made for G rated tires, loads, and psi. They did it for safety reasons so there would NOT be any kind of mixup at all from the factories installing a E rated tire/wheel combo on a unit that required a G rated one. And also for cost reasons, make one wheel that'll fit both applications instead of two different wheels.
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Yes. I did when I purchased a matching spare. I called treddit and they said the 8 lug wheels were made for G rated tires, loads, and psi. They did it for safety reasons so there would NOT be any kind of mixup at all from the factories installing a E rated tire/wheel combo on a unit that required a G rated one. And also for cost reasons, make one wheel that'll fit both applications instead of two different wheels.
But why the low rating in the 6 lug configuration of the 16" wheel?
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My thought on it would be the 6 bolt have 6 wheel studs that have to transfer all the weight of the trailer to the wheel. The 6 bolt has 6 "spokes" that transfer the weight to the outside of wheel. The 8 lug will have 8 spokes, so you'll have more material to transfer more weight to the outside of the wheel. Take a look at the 6 bolt vs the 8 bolt. The holes between the spokes on the 6 bolt are larger than the 8 bolt.
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No debate on the spoke to capacity. I should have worded my comment more appropriately. Why is a wheel with a lower capacity than the tire being used in the case of the six lug 16 version?
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Same wheel is used on 6k axles on our eagle

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Ah, I got ya. I didnt think of that one.
That is interesting ...
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