Looks from the photo like it's got a bit of rust here and there, but it's hard to tell from the picture how bad it is. I think Vollrath's marine side was mainly a hardware supplier- stainless steel castings, deck equipment, etc.
Through Harbour Freight and other hardware stores, you are right about none of the original tires are available. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. Special trailer tires (marked ST) have stiffer sidewalls and should be inflated to max pressure while carrying a load. Before you run out to buy new special trailer tires (marked ST) here are some things you should know.


When my buddy Lee asked me recently where he should get tires for his boat trailer, he was just considering one page of an encyclopedia of hard-earned trailer tire advice. I  told him that the average life of a trailer tire is  three to five years, even with very few miles on them. As an example, if you have a 5,000-pound boat and trailer package (GVWR) you’d want the tires to distribute this weight evenly, plus a 20-percent safety factor. If the tires sit on the ground year-round and freeze in the mud over the winter, the sidewalls can break down, and they can also get flat spots from sitting.
It has the word Vollrath on the steering wheel, but there isn't another name or number anywhere.
Often, just replacing the original tires works, but to be sure, take a look at the tires’ sidewalls to identify the load range.


ST metric-sized special trailer service tires will be branded with their load range on their sidewalls .
In most cases it will be best to replace tires in pairs to ensure even wear and smooth running.




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