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Old 01-02-2004, 12:09 PM
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I want to replace my cheap **** chrome steel wheels which rust like crazy. I would like to get aluminum wheels. Does anyone know a good place to buy trailer wheels? My trailer is a C-Hawk dual axle, the wheels are 14 inch. Thank in advance!

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Never mind. I did a search on trailer wheels which provided good info!
 
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salt or fresh water????
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Don't forget to check the quality of the "trailer wheel fluid".
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Don't forget to check the quality of the "trailer wheel fluid".
dam bro forgot to check that.. but i did change the summer air out of my tires to winter air.. and got a good deal at the local shop they only changed me 250usd to change the air..
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You got took, I put air stabilizer in my tires.
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dam bro forgot to check that.. but i did change the summer air out of my tires to winter air.. and got a good deal at the local shop they only changed me 250usd to change the air..
Next time purchase "multi viscosity" air. "Oxigen" makes a good 10-A/70-A that works in either winter or summer. However that does require the use of the multiple viscosity valve cap, the normal cap will not keep the viscosity multi.
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