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njambi
    
Can trailer wheels be used on cars?
Securing the wheel's wear resistance is one of the most important ways to have a safe drive. Frequent traveling on rough surfaces can cause quick abrasion and may result to turn the wheel away.
posted: October 1, 2012
 
    
 
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jimmylong
    
No, they are not the same size as car tires
posted:  October 5, 2012
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23dodges10
    
There are MANY types of trailer wheels. The 14.5 dayton style are the cheap open center mobile home wheels that will not go on a car. Lots of new utility trailers use the same white spoke rims that are interchangeable with cars or trucks. If the lug pattern is the same, it will work.
posted:  October 7, 2012
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