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Haven't tried them, and am by no means a trailer expert, but wouldn't that thing bounce like a son-of-a-gun and ride awful? I have a friend that built a homemade trailer a LONG time ago and used mobile home tires. That thing is still going strong but boy those tires are like bricks and ride pretty rough.
 

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Sounds like a heavy duty construction trailer tire to me like the Hercules model.
Should last a long time and handle any amount of weight you can throw at it??

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Make sure your rim and valve stem can handle those pressures.
 
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I'll take quality over an extra inch any day.


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Seems a lot like the Hercules 901's, we've run them for ~ a year now in the 15" version on our 28' box and have been running the 16's on our utility trailers at work for a couple years now. - Great tire, far better for heavy weight than regular E-loads.

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IVE BEEN RUNNING THE 14 PLYS ON OUR TRAILERS...AND MY BOAT TRAILER...THEY HOLD UP WELL TO HEAVIER LOADS...IVE FOUND...
 

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