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      Trailer tyres, rims and complete wheel assemblies

      Easily change the tyre or wheel of your trailer and caravan yourself. Low-cost online ordering of a complete wheel, single tyre or rim. Available directly from stock. Show more

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      Wheel 155R13 (4x100) 500 kg - hub 57 mm
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      €71,95
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      195/50R13 (5x112) 900kg - hub 67 mm
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      Spare wheel cover - 13 inch

      Spare wheel cover - 13 inch

      Spare wheel cover - 13 inch - Ø58x21 cm
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      The largest online range of Trailer tyres and caravan tyres directly from stock

      We supply complete wheels, tyres and Rims directly from stock. All tyres have been thoroughly tested and are also used by trailer manufacturers in trailer fittings. We sell tyres from brands such as GT RADIAL, Kargotrail, Kenda and ProPlus. In our range, you will find not only complete wheels, single tyres and rims, but also plug-in & Wheelbarrow wheels and handy fixed and swivel castors. Looking for bow guides for your boat trailer? You can find them here. Do you have questions about Trailer tyres or Rims? Or are you not quite sure which size tyres or rims are suitable for your trailer or caravan? Then feel free to contact our customer service team. We are happy to help you find the right Trailer tyres or trailer rims.

      What is the pitch of the trailer wheel?

      To know whether the Rim also fits the Axle, it is important to know the wheel pitch. The pitch is the distance between the bolt holes of the Rim. The bolt size is shown in the number of bolt holes and the distance between the bolt holes. With 4 and 6 hole Rims, this is easy to measure because the holes are directly opposite each other. With 5-hole Rims, this is slightly more difficult. In the image, you can see that an imaginary circle must be drawn from the centre of a bolt hole to determine the correct size.

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      What do the different indications on the tyre mean?

      1. maataanduiding aanhanger banden Wheel manufacturer's name
      2. Tread markings and type of tyre
      3. Tyre width in millimetres
      4. Ratio of tyre height to fire width in percentage terms
      5. R = radial tyre and D = diagonal tyre
      6. Rim diameter in inches (1 inch is 2.54 cm)
      7. Load-bearing capacity of the tyre
      8. The speed category within which the tyre falls
      9. TL stands for tubeless (these are tyres without inner tubes)
      10. Production date (XX = week, XX = year; so 2220 means week 22 of year 2020))
      11. Wear index
      12. Reinforced; these are tyres with extra wear resistance
      13. Weather indication (under which weather conditions the tyre can run)

      An example of the most relevant signs: 175/70 R 13 86N

      175:Width of the trailer tyre in mm, measured from left flank to right flank
      70:Ratio of sidewall height to tyre width (70% of 175 mm). Additional explanation: A /50 means that the tyre height is half the width of the tyre. The smaller the ratio number, the flatter the tyre sidewall.
      R:Radial. A D stands for Diagonal. There should never be two different types on the same Axle.
      13:Diameter of the wheel (inches)
      86:Load index (LI): (86 = 530 kg) expresses how much weight a tyre can carry (see table),
      N:Speed code: ( N= 140 km/h ) expresses maximum permissible speed (see table).

      Trailer tyre load capacity (load index)

      LI KgLI KgLI KgLI KgLI KgLI Kg
      60 = 25080 = 450100 = 800120 = 1400140 = 2500160 = 4500
      61 = 25781 = 257101 = 825121 = 1450141 = 2575161 = 4625
      62 = 26582 = 475102 = 850122 = 1500142 = 2650162 = 4750
      63 = 27283 = 487103 = 875123 = 1550143 = 2725163 = 4875
      64 = 28084 = 500104 = 900124 = 1600144 = 2800164 = 5000
      65 = 29085 = 515105 = 925125 = 1650145 = 2900165 = 5150
      66 = 30086 = 530106 = 950126 = 1700146 = 3000166 = 5300
      67 = 30787 = 545107 = 975127 = 1750147 = 3075167 = 5450
      68 = 31588 = 560108 = 1000128 = 1800148 = 3150168 = 5600
      69 = 32589 = 580109 = 1030129 = 1850149 = 3250169 = 5800
      70 = 33590 = 600110 = 1060130 = 1900150 = 3350170 = 6000
      71 = 34591 = 615111 = 1090131 = 1950151 = 3450171 = 6150
      72 = 35592 = 630112 = 1120132 = 2000152 = 3550172 = 6300
      73 = 36593 = 650113 = 1150133 = 2060153 = 3650173 = 6500
      74 = 37594 = 670114 = 1180134 = 2120154 = 3750174 = 6700
      75 = 38795 = 690115 = 1215135 = 2180155 = 3875175 = 6900
      76 = 40096 = 710116 = 1250136 = 2240156 = 4000176 = 7100
      77 = 41297 = 730117 = 1285137 = 2300157 = 4125177 = 7300
      78 = 42598 = 750118 = 1320138 = 2360158 = 4250178 = 7500
      79 = 43799 = 775119 = 1360139 = 2430159 = 4375179 = 7750

      Speed rating trailer tyres

      F = 80 km/hN = 140 km/hH = 210 km/h
      G = 90 km/hP = 150 km/hV = 240 km/h
      J = 100 km/hQ = 160 km/hW = 270 km/h
      K = 110 km/hR = 170 km/hY = 300 km/h
      L = 120 km/hS = 180 km/hZR = 240 km/h
      M = 130 km/hT = 190 km/h

      Are you replacing just a trailer tyre or a complete wheel?

      If you want to change Trailer tyres, you can have this done by a tyre specialist. They will put new tyres on the old Rims. You then pay for both the tyres and the exchange. The old Trailer wheel is recycled and can be used again for new applications. You can easily change a wheel yourself. Turn a jack or Prop stand under the Axle and you loosen the Wheel bolts and replace the wheel with the same type. Balancing is not necessary because the weight changes so much that it has no effect on the balance of the Trailer. Retighten the Wheel bolts properly (with a torque spanner) and you can safely hit the road again for many kilometres!

      Did you know that replacing a complete wheel is then almost always cheaper?

      Sizes and ET values of trailer rims

      Rims for trailers are measured in inches (1 inch is 2.54 cm). For example, a Rim from our range is 6 x 13. This therefore means 6 inches wide and a diameter of 13 inches. It is important to note that the Rim width is the inside dimension as shown schematically in the drawing. ET (Einpress Tiefe) of the Trailer Rim indicates how far inside or protruding from the wheel arch. An ET value of 30 means that the bolt holes are 30 mm outside the centre of the Rim. An ET value of 0 means that the bolt holes are in the middle of the Rim.

      What are the best Trailer tyres for my trailer?

      This is the most frequently asked question and fortunately we always have the right solution. We supply single tyres and rims but especially complete wheels for your trailer in all sizes. You only have to read the tyre specifications of the trailer and the pitch of the Rim and you know which tyre you need. We only sell premium quality tyres which manufacturers also use in the fitment. So this means a new Steel rim including tyre. These are easy to change by yourself. And all tyres are available from stock.

      How often should Trailer tyres and caravan tyres be replaced?

      We are regularly asked by customers whether they should change their tyres. In general, it is advised to change your caravan tyres every 6 years, a recommendation we also follow. Tyres wear out, even when not in use. This is because the tyres dry out and get small dents from storage. Preventing dehydration is practically impossible. But you can do something about the dents; we recommend using a set of tyre protectors. These ensure that when, for example, a caravan is parked in the same place for a long time, the tyres do not get flat. These are the main points to look out for when checking your Trailer tyres:

      • The pressure of your tyres
      • The tread depth of your Trailer tyres
          • The tread depth of your tyres should be at least 1.6 mm
      • Cracks caused by drying out
          • This is especially common on trailers and caravans that are left standing a lot. This makes it more likely that dehydration cracks will appear. This is therefore the main cause of tyre failure
      • Other damage
          • This is often difficult to check because you can only see the outside of the tyre. Other possible causes of damage to your Trailer tyres can be overloading, glass/metal or kerbs.

      What is the correct Tire pressure of my Trailer tyres?

      Correct tyre pressure is crucial for safe driving with your Trailer, boat trailer or caravan. In addition, correct tyre pressure also ensures that you drive a lot more economically. The amount of BAR depends on the Trailer tyres or trailer rims. By regularly checking the tyre pressure, you avoid unnecessary rapid wear and tear on your tyres and prevent accidents. Planning to replace your wheels yourself? Then make sure you check the correct tightening torque of the Rims. You can often check and top up Tire pressure at petrol stations, but you can also check it with a digital pressure gauge. You are probably wondering how many BAR your tyre should have in it. To determine that, you need to look carefully at the PSI (pound-force per square inch) number printed on the tyre. The maximum pressure is also always indicated on the tyre, which is also compulsory. As we calculate everything in BAR, you need to convert the PSI.

      PSI to BAR conversion of Trailer tyres

      Many tyres carry the PSI value as an indication. Most tyre pumps at petrol stations display expressions in BAR. Use the tool below to easily convert PSI (pound force per square inch) to BAR. 1 PSI equals 0.06894 BAR.

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