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New trailer tires

Postby steve k » Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:17 pm

I had new tires put on the trailer last week, the day after I had them installed on the rims I found that one of the tires was flat, when I inflated it this is what I found. Turns out the guy I had install the new tire cut the side wall when he put it on the rim and didn't notice it. Lucky it was still sitting in my driveway.
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Re: New trailer tires

Postby Flyguy242BR » Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:47 pm

steve k wrote:I had new tires put on the trailer last week, the day after I had them installed on the rims I found that one of the tires was flat, when I inflated it this is what I found. Turns out the guy I had install the new tire cut the side wall when he put it on the rim and didn't notice it. Lucky it was still sitting in my driveway.
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Hmmmm makes me want to get a pin, and just "pop" it.... hehehe
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Postby HOT PURSUIT » Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:05 pm

That's a helluva ding in the rim as well :cry:

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Postby dancaravelle267 » Fri Jun 29, 2012 9:05 am

I hate stuff like that! Just another thing you have to mess with!
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