I got mine from Discount, Transmasters 235 / 80 R16. I go to Discount because they're the cheapest around here and the service is good. I'd do some shopping on the i-net. Find what you want, get a price from a local competitor, then go to discount with that price and let them beat it. You can save a few bucks that way. I paid about $200 a tire (that's with tax, road hazard, etc). Trailer tires ain't cheap.can someone tell me where to get travel trailer tires been to discount dont want the high pressure sales pitch or expense
Brother in law blew out a couple of tires on his camper on the way up to the river last year. Went to Discount and bought a couple of car / truck tires. I agree with you and wondering how long they'll last. His camper is only about 5k pounds. My camper closer to 10k and I wouldn't think of doing it.DO NOT put truck or car tires on your trailer. My dad used to be in auto safety and I remember that being a big no-no. LT rated tires can handle the necessary sidewall flexing.