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Old March 10th, 2006, 03:59 PM   #1
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Default Jeep wheels on a trailer?

Is it possible to use the standard 5 spoke Jeep steel wheels on a double axle (7Klb) car trailer? I'm assuming they'd probably need a higher load tire.
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bolt pattern the same ?? i dont see any reason why not..
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bolt pattern the same ?? i dont see any reason why not..
yeah i'm going to order new axles for my trailer. i've already got the wheels so i just wanted to save some $$ by getting the axles to work with the wheels
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Dunno what the weight limit is on them. That would be my only concern..
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if they are the steel rims, I wouldn't worry... I wouldn't use aluminum rims though
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