19.5 Heavy Duty wheels and tires

Discussion in 'Tow Rigs and Trailers' started by BigSouth, Jun 1, 2018.

  1. BigSouth

    BigSouth Doesn't play well with others!

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    Sounds like I need to go talk to a smarter DMV officer.
     
  2. Halftrac

    Halftrac Well-Known Member

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    As my husband said your a non commercial truck,under 26K, His complaint is RVs, you can go an buy a bus RV with a car or trailer with no CDL or training. He has pulled doubles out of FL to NC with no problem. 3500 Dodge with 20' trailer flat towing a SJ Jeep.He had a a class A up to his accident when he lost his arm. Try leaning non commercial rules unless its a business.?
     
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  3. BIGWOODY

    BIGWOODY Well-Known Member

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    Just about every truck I've ridden in that has them....rides like poo. That is all.
     
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  4. NCJeeplover

    NCJeeplover Well-Known Member

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    I know several people that have run 19.5's on single wheel trucks to up capacity. Its real popular with the slide in truck camper crowd. I also know @gavan had them on his excursion pulling a trailer very similar to yours....
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    The best deal I've found was these wheels
    19.5x7.5 Black Wheel Vision Hauler Single 8x6.5 886821117628 | eBay

    One thing I know about 19.5 tires is you have to spend some money on them to get good ones. Cheap Chinese tires have major problems balancing.

    I don't think I could go back to a single wheel truck either. Having a dually has spoiled me personally.
     
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  5. GLTHFJ60

    GLTHFJ60 Well-Known Member

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