Originally Posted by floyd
For those who don't know cars... WWII.
Pre-War is a term commonly used and known among Auto enthusiasts.
It generally refers to the construction of American cars designed and built before WWII, but also can include cars built in the late 40s as well since they were often merely carry over designs.
Hope this helps....
Or were you just trying to be funny?
Being one of the "pre-war" kids, "pre-war" always refers to WWII. Period. Where the greatest generation saved us from being ruled by foreigners. Well, maybe we will be ruled that way from within anyway!
As far as the tires
. I actually was disappointed that the OP asked for tire recommendations for "cheap tires". That is one of the things that should never be used to cut cost. I have blown tires
on trailers and steer axle
on a MH, and it is never fun. In addition to spare tires
, I always carried a spare bearing, made sure that it is to fit the trailer in question, and a jack. The car jack will not jack up a trailer with a flat tire. Just think if you are stuck 100 miles fro the nearest service center and you get a flat. Be self sufficient!