An accident would not be a problem. Trailer tires say for trailer service only for the exact reason you specified they are built cheaper and the tread is half of what a normal tire is. You get caught running trailer tires on a car or truck and you could be looking at a problem not the other way...
This is partly wrong. While a car tire won't have the capacity needed for trailer use any load range d and above LT truck tire will be superior to most if not all ST trailer tires. The cost will be much higher for LT tires but they will perform better and last much longer. We run Goodyear...
Has anyone here or know someone who repowered a 26' with a Yanmar 6LY. I have decided that I love my Predator and plan to keep it for the foreseeable future. Currently it has a 383 with vortec heads and a 1:1.52 velvet drive. Diesel is more my thing so I would prefer that.
When I reran my fuel lines I utilized both feed ports on my filter/water separator one for each tank but I do have valves to isolate the tanks if need be. I have been sticking my fuel tanks and they seem to be drawing pretty equally.
I'm redoing my exhaust to get rid of most of the rubber hose and am replacing it with stainless steel. I've got some 3" tees leftover from a previous project and was thinking about putting a crossover in while I'm there. Pros cons?
I've got a little more power than you but there are some numbers from my 26' predator towards the end of this thread.