Aftermarket wheels for Enclosed trailer

YFZ 450

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Need help?
Can't seem to locate a place to pick up aftermarket wheels/rims for my enclosed trailer.
I have new rubber on it now but don't like the stock rusting white wheels/rims. My wheels/rims are 5 on 4.5 I think?
The trailer is a 27 ft Royal cargo with 3500 lb axel.

Where do I look or who do i call?????
 

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you could try flaman. we replaced our last season with a set of four from them, the only thing is they came with rubber but they were a pretty good deal.
 

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I got new 15" aluminum wheels and tires last year for my sled trailer from in Edmonton. Best prices I found throughout all central Alberta.

tekim :D
 
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Got the wheels on my trailer from Kal Tire. Any tire shop should be able to get you some. If not, you could just get your factory ones powder coated.
 

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Ford Ranger, crown Vic, Jeep bolt pattern. The offset is what you'll have to worry about, and if you have studs or bolts.
 

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I got new 15" aluminum wheels and tires last year for my sled trailer from in Edmonton. Best prices I found throughout all central Alberta.

tekim :D


Absolutely. I've built quite a few aluminum trailers in the past...this is where I buy my rims and tires. They're offshore tires, but good luck finding anything that aren't.
 

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Got the wheels on my trailer from Kal Tire. Any tire shop should be able to get you some. If not, you could just get your factory ones powder coated.

$ 90-100 buck a wheel to get them power coaded.
 

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I too went to "Trailers Unlimited".....I found them to have a few choices and the best prices !!!
They have ads on KIJIJI too. It shows prices and what they got for selection !!

I not sure but Ron (Firefly) might be able to help too. As he is a vendor on here and sells enclosed (Legend) trailers !!
 
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