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Old January 25th, 2008, 07:10 PM   #86
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Originally Posted by whiterhino View Post
The pics I see are a dune buggy on a T-trailer. Not the same thing.
its the build thread for this one:

Originally Posted by jmdzuk View Post
There's good ideas in that thread, and good discussion. Its a tandem, so loading/balanace, and handling blowouts would be better than a single axle.

So, reading that thread, it towed well behind his V6 astro van. I would bet that on a standard deck 16 ft tandem, it'd be felt more. I definately like the idea of a 4000lb combined load behind a smaller tow vehicle.

How often are people blowing trailer tires, and why?

I would be interested to see how load range E 235/85/R16 highway rib truck tires would do on a trailer.
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