Winterized my motor recently and stopped at a local gas station to fill my tank. I noticed one of my trailer tires was badly worn on the outside. Upon inspecting the opposite tire I noticed it was worn on the inside. Not a smooth wear, more like a chopped thread.
It's a EZ Loader trailer I believe, custom fit for my Crestliner Fish Hawk 1600. I remember checking the tire pressure at the beginning of the season and there definitely wasn't any issues.
Not sure where to begin. First thought bent axle. Although I didn't hit anything I'm aware of.
Seemed like there was alittle play in one of the tires when I jacked the trailer up. So I figure bad bearing. But if I have a bearing go on one side it's not going to cause the other to go bad?
I have the # for the trailer company but haven't had a chance to consult them yet.
Any ideas from you gentlemen?
Do you notice any pull when towing the trailer? If you got one tire out because of a bad bearing it could be pulling on the other side causing it to cup. I'm thinking you would notice this when towing.