It is not a good idea. There
are significant differences between passenger car tires and Extra Load
Trailer Tires. A passenger car tire is not designed to carry heavy loads for
extended periods of time while an Extra Load Trailer Tire is built for such
purposes as well as low rolling resistance, long-life and stability while
towing. As a result, the tire may have different steel belts, plies, beads,
thickness and diameter as compared to a passenger car tire. The treads are
also created to minimize the tires squirming around. The tires also contain
different materials that allow the tires to stand-up better to the elements
while in storage. One big concern when running a passenger car on a trailer
is that the side walls are not as strong as an Extra Load Trailer Tire and
can aggravate trailer swaying. The flexible side walls of a passenger tire
could cause the trailer to sway badly enough that the driver could lose
control. We wouldn’t want to risk injury to life or limb or to your special
vintage trailer by using the wrong type of tire.
The information below applies to tires only, not other products such as our wheels.
Our Prices Include Shipping Charges except for Goodyear, Premium Sport and Vogue Tires.
No Hidden Fees or Trick Charges. Friendly advice is
a telephone call or email away.
*Please order your tires carefully.
Let us help you.
If you need to return tires and it is not our fault,
there is a 20% re-stocking fee.
Tires must be returned in the same
condition as shipped and not mounted.
We cannot accept tires that have been
mounted. Shipping costs are the responsibility of the customer.
Continental US Only. International Shipping is
available at reasonable rates
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Professional Restoration Shop since 1996