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Old 04-03-2023, 08:35 PM   #1
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What do you all do when it's time to replace your tires? (dual axle)

1) Do you pull them off two at a time and take them in to your tire dealer?

2) Or do you pull the trailer to the tire dealer and let them take care of everything?

3) Or something else?
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I do one side at a time. It’s a lot more work but I know the trailer is jacked up properly and the wheels torqued correctly.

I do my wheels bearings at the same time as well as lube my wet bolts. A two day project.
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I just towed my rig to the tire dealer and they did all four while I waited. Did my bearings/brakes another day at home, doing one side at a time.
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I do one side at a time. Itís a lot more work but I know the trailer is jacked up properly and the wheels torqued correctly.

I do my wheels bearings at the same time as well as lube my wet bolts. A two day project.
I do exactly this as well including my bearings.

I don't want anyone jacking my trailer except me if I can help it. My local tire shop is great but they move VERY quickly and I don't want to chance them jacking under and axle tube.
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