RubberMaster Trailer Tires and Rims
Trailer Tires and Rims for Boat, Travel, Camper, Horse, Tool & More

RubberMaster trailer tires and rims arrive ready to install, saving you time and money, while providing long-lasting top performance to enhance the safety, fuel efficiency, and longevity of your trailer with tires for any towing application, and any road conditions. Whether you need trailer tires and rims for a boat, travel trailer, camper, horse trailer, tool trailer or more, we’ve got you covered. Choose the tread and bolt pattern you want from our extensive selection.

With our quick shipping, your items will reach you on time. Our product selector tool will help you find the right tires, tubes, rims, or assemblies for your needs. At Treadworld, you will get superior performance and guaranteed satisfaction with every purchase, coupled with our Ultimate Advantage Warranty.


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Unfortunately, we are not able to offer pickup at our facility.

No, not at this time.  We offer either UPS Ground or FedEx Ground service.

Add your desired items to your cart. In the cart or at checkout, you must fill in your address including the city, state and zip code for the freight amount to calculate. Shipping charges are influenced by distance and units ordered.

They are very similar. Ply used to refer to the actual number of plies the tire was built with. Tires today don't need as many plies because of modern material improvements are usually given a Load Range instead, represented by a letter. Each letter is equivalent to 2 plies. See the chart below to help guide you:

Load Range B equivalent to 4 Ply rating

Load Range C equivalent to 6 Ply rating

Load Range D equivalent to 8 Ply rating

Load Range E equivalent to 10 Ply rating

Load Range F equivalent to 12 Ply rating

Load Range G equivalent to 14 Ply rating

ST: Special Trailer 

P: Passenger Vehicles (cars, vans, light-duty trucks, and SUVs)

T: Temporary Spare

C: Commercial (vans or delivery trucks - capable of hauling heavy loads)

LT: Light Truck