Trailer Wheels

All Pro Trailer Superstore stocks Aluminum trailer wheels, steel trailer wheels and chrome trailer wheels for sale in various sizes and styles.  Choose your custom trailer wheel size below to view more styles and finishes.  Mounting is available at our Trailer Superstore by appointment.  To schedule an appointment, please call (800) 622-7003

14″ Trailer Wheels

15″ Trailer Wheels

16″ Trailer Wheels

 

Bolt Pattern Template

How to Determine Bolt Pattern:

Match wheels to the hub by number of bolts and bolt circle. To determine the bolt circle on wheels with an even number of bolt holes, measure center-to-center on bolt holes directly across from each other on the diameter (example: 8 on 6.5 would mean 8 bolt holes with 6.5 center-to-center diameter). On odd number bolt wheels, measure any bolt hole center to the point halfway between bolt holes on the diameter ( Example: 5 on 4.5 would mean 5 bolt holes with 4.5 measure to a point halfway between the opposite bolts).

How To Determine Wheel Offset:

  • Offset is the distance between the mounting face of the disc and rim centerline.
  • Inset: Refers to the distance when the mounting face is outboard of the rim centerline.
  • Outset: Refers to the distance when the mounting face is inboard of the rim centerline.

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Wheel Material Options

When choosing a trailer wheel, your first consideration should be picking the right size and bolt pattern. Beyond that, however, there are typically several choices at a variety of different price points, with options for different budgets and tastes.

Material is often the determining factor in how much a trailer wheel costs. Here’s an overview of the three most popular choices:

  • Steel: Steel is the most economical option when buying trailer wheels. However, just because steel is affordable doesn’t mean it’s a bad choice — steel is strong, durable and ideal for long-term use in rough conditions. Steel’s main disadvantage is that it’s heavier, which can impact acceleration.
  • Aluminum: Aluminum is lighter than steel but also softer, which makes it more prone to dents and scratches. However, many premium trailer wheels feature special coatings which improve their durability. Aluminum also has a shinier appearance that many prefer to steel.
  • Chrome: Chrome wheels offer a great compromise between the quality of steel and the premium look and feel of aluminum. Chrome plating improves a wheel’s strength and durability while giving it that characteristic shine that will make your trailer stand out.

All Pro Trailer Superstore has trailer wheels for all customers. Whether you use your trailer for work or play, we can match you with a wheel that will deliver excellent value. Explore our inventory online by following the links above.

Tire Replacement and Service

Trailer wheels don’t typically wear out, but they can incur damage that requires replacement. Sometimes the damage will be readily apparent, while other times it will only be evident with testing and close inspection.

Some signs you may need to buy a new trailer wheel include vibration and shakiness, poor handling, and excessive heat or noise. If your tire keeps puncturing with no other cause, that could also be a sign of damage, too.

If you suspect there’s a problem with one or more of your trailer wheels, come down to All Pro Trailer Superstore and let a team member have a look. We do it all in-house — from diagnosis, to parts sourcing, to the repair itself, making us the best choice for all your service needs.

Buy Trailer Wheels Online

Prefer to do the work yourself? We offer convenient online sales of all trailer wheels in our inventory. Message us directly to place an order — fast and affordable global shipping is available.

Alternately, if you’re in the Central PA area, come by our Mechanicsburg showroom and explore your options in person.

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