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TonkaBass

Ranger trail trailer

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I have a tandem trailer and when I turn at slow speeds I can see that the tires don't line up the way they should and it causes wear on the outside of two of the diagonal tires. Anyone else having or heard of this issue???

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i would send a e-mail to Ranger! they have been great when i have any questions, and many times not only reply to my e-mail, but if you give them your phone number, they may call you too! del

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When you turn a tandem axle trailer slowly both tires will not look same, one will be "bent" inward, the other outward, due to pivoting on only one axle. Check that your bearings are not too loose.

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