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    Triton LXT rims

    I'm sporting a used old Triton LXT trailer. Can't find any numbers on it and it's not registered.
    Had a tire go flat and thought I found the correct tire/rim combo but can't get it to fit. The lugs line up but the backspacing is off.
    Where can I find the correct one? Thanks.


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    Trailer wheels are almost always zero offset. The face of the hub is in the center of the tread. Most light duty trailer hubs use 5 lug, 4.5 spacing.

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    You on Long Island? I have wheels with tires taken off my triton. Went to aluminum with better grade tires. May have 100 miles on them. If you want them Iím in Kings Park. 75 bucks if u want to come and get them. Paint grayish silver rims as they came. Off of an 2017

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    I can't get a rim to fit this hub. Hope the pic helps.
    I'm located in the Albany area,upstate. Thanks tho.
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    Perhaps you can change the hubs to a more standard bolt pattern?

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    Why do that? Too much work. Isn't this factory?
    Where can I get a rim and tire for this?

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    Think I'll just buy a tire and keep the rim.

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    ging to PM you some info. Triton rep email address. dont want in the public view

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    Thanks much. Triton is closed until further notice.

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    Looks like a standard 4-bolt wheel to me. There are several different 5-bolt patterns, but apparently only one 4-bolt:

    https://trailerpartsunlimited.com/ca...es-wheels.html

    There are lots of places to buy wheels and tires. I usually get them from www.recstuff.com Just make sure you get a load rating that will handle the weight. I've had a lot better luck with radial tires, too!

    Converting to 5-bolt hubs is easy, and worthwhile to me. I have a sailboat trailer that had 4-bolt wheels and a 1-7/8" coupler. I finally decided to change the hubs and cut the coupler off and convert to 2". I also got all my locks for the couplers and drawbars keyed alike. I like to keep things simple.

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