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 MrTruck, txdad, windy Last Activity 2014-09-18 10:16 AM
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Subject : Brenderup Question
Posted : 2009-03-04 4:06 PM
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Hello,

This is one of the only times I've posted questions here so bare with me as I try to get all the info out.  I just bought a used Brenderup off Craigslist on Monday.  I can say I got the deal of a century and yes, I have title in hand.  The trailer obvioulsy needs some TLC.  It's been sitting for quite some time and I would like to replace the tires (among other things).  I found the DVD that Brenderup sends out and watched a little bit and the DVD is saying they use passenger tires on this trailer!?   I checked the tire size which is 185/65/13.  My husband is challenging me on this... I of course, can't understand why one would use passenger tires on a horse trailer but it is a light Brenderup.  I would love it since I can get a really good price on that size tire!  I don't even know if they make radials in that size. 

CJ

 


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Subject : RE: Brenderup Question
Posted : 2009-03-04 4:52 PM
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I think the 65 series will be hard to find in the USA. The 70 series should work just fine, it's a little taller and would have a larger carrying capacity. So far as "car tires" on a horse trailer... Remember, It's not a horse trailer, it's a "Brenderup"!!!

http://superbuytires.com/tires/185/70R13/

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/Compare1.jsp?width=185%2F&ratio=70&diameter=13&startInde
x=0&search=true&pagelen=20&pagenum=1&pagemark=1&RunFlat=All&x=77&y=3

 



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Subject : RE: Brenderup Question
Posted : 2009-03-04 5:34 PM
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If they can be towed with a Volvo/Honda, I can't understand why it would need anymore tire than comes on a VW bug. It's your horse not mine.

[Edited by HWBar on 2009-03-04 8:07 PM]

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Subject : RE: Brenderup Question
Posted : 2009-03-04 7:07 PM
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http://www.theydeservethebest.com/brenderup/faq.html

 

 

Where can I get replacement tires for a Brenderup?
   Lucas & Liebe carries tires made specifically for your Brenderup.
   Also you can purchase tires online at TireFactory.net - your Brenderup comes with Steel belted
   radial passenger tires, but, a light truck tire will work also.  For a Royal or Baron the information
   we have is 205/65/R1599H, part T443442.

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Subject : RE: Brenderup Question
Posted : 2009-03-05 5:46 PM
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thanks for the info!  I located and contacted a local dealer who gave me some suggestions on where to get tires.  I'll check out TireFactory.net too.
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