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Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range B

Kenda Tires and Wheels

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Code:   AM1ST84

Price:$78.95


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Kenda Tires and Wheels - AM1ST84

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 14" wheels; its maximum load is 1,430 lbs at 35 psi.

Features:

  • Flatter tread offers improved stability for excellent handling
  • Special trailer tire design
    • Couples the strength of a bias tire with the durability and stability of a radial tire
    • Created specifically for trailers and not intended for use on other vehicles
  • Advanced rubber compound
    • Longer tread wear
    • Low rolling resistance for smooth ride
  • Bias tire meets DOT requirements


Specs:

  • Fits: 14" x 5", 14" x 5-1/2", 14" x 6", and 14" x 6-1/2" wheels
  • Tire size: ST205/75D14
    • Section width: 7.8"
    • Outer diameter: 26.3"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: B
    • Ply rating: 4
    • Maximum load: 1,430 lbs at 35 psi
  • Limited 2-year warranty


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Customer Reviews

Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range B - AM1ST84

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating4.5 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)




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ratingratingratingratingrating by: richard02/21/2011

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every thing arrived on my porch in good condition and in quick time.you can probably expect more orders from me.7613



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Rusty C08/05/2011

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No problems with the tires. Fast shipping ! Thanks 21209



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  • TrailerTire Load Range And Maximum Load Rating Explanation for a 2006 Skyline Aljo Trailer
  • On special trailer tires and light truck tires the Load Range B means it is a 4 ply rated tire with a maximum load of 1,430 lbs. at 35 p.s.i. A Load Range C means a 6 ply rated tire with a maximum load of 1,760 lbs. at 50 p.s.i. On the Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire, # AM1ST84, it is a Load Range B tire. That maximum load rating is per tire, so two tires on the same axle would hold 2,860 lbs. at 35 p.s.i. They also have a Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire, # AM1ST86, which is
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  • What is the Metric Equivalent to a G78-14 Alpha Numeric Boat Trailer Tire
  • According to our resident tire expert, the metric equivalent of a G78-14 Alpha Numeric tire is a 205/75-14 tire like the Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range B, # AM1ST84, that you have referenced. The Hopkins tire pressure monitoring system, part # HM30100VA, would be a great addition to your setup. This wireless monitor tracks the pressure on all your tires and displays them constantly. Keeping up with your tire pressure is one of the best ways to improve your fuel mileage.
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  • Which Tires are Equivalent to F79-14ST Size Tires on a SeaRay Boat Trailer from Zieman
  • The 205/75-14 size tires, like the ones you were looking, will fit wheels with F78-14ST size tires. Make sure you choose a tire with a load rating that is sufficient for the loaded weight of the boat and trailer.
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  • Increasing Trailer Wheel and Tire Size on a 2003 Pace 6 X 12 Foot Trailer
  • Your ST205/75d14 Trailer tire is approximately 26.3 inches tall and 7.8 inches wide overall by my calculations (see Measuring a trailer tire link). The Karrier ST225/75R15, item # AM32459, is 28.4 inches tall and 8.9 inches wide overall. If you decide to change to the larger wheel and tire you will need to be sure you get the proper lug pattern (see link for determining wheel bolt pattern) and that the larger size of the tire will not rub the fender on the inside, outside or the top of the tire.
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  • Tire Sidewalls are Cracking on Kenda ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tires # AM1ST84
  • I actually have this same problem, though it is occurring on my car and not a trailer. I spoke to our resident tire expert and he stated that this happens from the UV rays in the sun. It is not an immediate concern unless your tires are losing air pressure. If this happens they will need to be replaced. If the tires do need to be replaced at some point, I also recommend cleaning out the wheels where the tires normally cover them. Gunk can build up in there and also cause tire pressure loss. I
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  • Determining Correct Trailer Tire Load Range for Single Motorcycle Trailer
  • Your Sonic has a maximum tow rating of 2000 pounds. I checked the Chariot website and reviewed weight capacity for a single-motorcycle trailer, and the CS-9 model has a body load rating of 1575 lbs. All hitch receivers offered for your vehicle are rated at 2000 pounds. So in this case the overall towing weight limit is the lowest of the three, the 1575 pound trailer rating. You will still want to check the rating for your particular trailer. Given this, moving to Load Range C tires will not
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  • Trailer Tire And Recommendation For 8x8 Foot Trailer Carrying 2 800cc ATVs
  • After some research, I have found that based on the weight of the 2 ATVs and your trailer, a tire with a load range of C (a 6 ply rated tire with a maximum load of 1760 lbs at 50 psi) is a compatible fit for your trailer. The size you referenced 18.5/8.5-8 is an older style of tire sizing. The newer version of that is 215/60-8. If you have trailer built for a 4-bolt wheel, I recommend the Kenda Tire and Wheel # AM3H290. If it is a 5-bolt wheel, I recommend the # AM3H310. Both have a weigh
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  • When to Replace a Trailer Tire Based on Date of Manufacture
  • Trailer tires that are not yet installed and that are kept in a controlled environment will not suffer significant deterioration after only a few months. In a typical retail environment tire inventory will cycle through every 3 to 9 months. Tire compounds are formulated to withstand the heat that is generated in use. They will actually deteriorate less when driven than when left unmounted. This is true even if they are kept in a controlled environment. However, if a tire was manufactured mor
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