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Tire Trailer

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Autocross
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20+ Years
Olsburg, KS
I've been contemplating getting an enclosed tire trailer to pull behind the car and so far haven't found one to my liking. The typical motorcycle pull-behind is too narrow and small to fit 4 of my 305s in. The open ones just look too tempting for someone to start stealing things from it, so I haven't really considered that. Is there a brand name or type of trailer that anyone would suggest? I know there are lots of drag week type events where people pull trailers, but don't know if they're able to fit 4 "big" tires in them. I couldn't find any recent threads about an enclosed pull behind. Thanks for any thoughts.
 

PatientZero

@restless_performance
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867
Exp. Type
Autocross
Exp. Level
10-20 Years
Kansas City, Missouri
This one would probably be better.
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Or 4x8
 
98
143
Exp. Type
Autocross
Exp. Level
20+ Years
Olsburg, KS
I'm currently selling a Leroy tire trailer...

I doubt you want to drive out to CA to pick it up though
That's probably a little far. I'd really like to stick with an enclosed trailer, too. It'll end up sitting outside in the Detroit area for the better part of a week, and I'd just assume not tempt people to take my rims and tires. That being said, it looks like a really nice trailer, and would be really nice to pull.
 
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143
Exp. Type
Autocross
Exp. Level
20+ Years
Olsburg, KS
This isn't a great picture but it shows how much real estate 4 295's on 11" wheels takes up on a 4x6 trailer.
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Thanks for the picture and trailer options. I've been wondering how a low profile 4x6 enclosed would pull. I've been hoping for something "just big enough", but may end up needing to go a little bigger. It would just be more stuff in the trailer and less in the car. I think this would have lots of room left over. The 2k load rating means I wouldn't have to tag it in Kansas, which is a good thing.
 

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