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Shorelandr trailer tire.

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I bought a 2007 shorelandr with 155/80D13 tires. I can't find a bias ply tire in that size anywhere. Anyone have any Ideas of where I can look?

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Try a dealer that sells Shorelander trailers. I found a bias ply tire from my boat dealer and the cost was fairly high. It was just easier to replace my bias tires with radial trailer tires - those you can find at Discount Tire, Goodyear, Tires Plus, and other national chains.

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Replace both tires with radials, muche better and safer.

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Ya what Valv said! Keep the one good bias ply for an emergency spare and buy two radials so you won't need it!

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What everyone else said-skip the bias ply and go w/ a radial tire. Much better handling and safety running w/ radials, trust me. Will run you around 60-70$ for the radial...

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I agree..get radials. They tow better. I ruined my bias ply tires in 6 months.....can't figure out why. My radials are still going strong after 4 years.

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