Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 15" wheels; its maximum load is 1,820 lbs at 50 psi. Lowest Prices for the best Tires and Wheels from Kenda. Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C part number AM1ST92 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C

Kenda Tires and Wheels

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Code:   AM1ST92

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Kenda Tires and Wheels - AM1ST92

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 15" wheels; its maximum load is 1,820 lbs at 50 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: 15" x 5", 15" x 5-1/2", 15" x 6", and 15" x 6-1/2" rims
  • Tire size: ST205/75D15
    • Section width: 7.7"
    • Outer diameter: 27.4"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: C
    • Ply rating: 6
    • Maximum load: 1,820 lbs at 50 psi
  • Limited 2-year warranty


1ST92 Loadstar K550 Bias Tire - LR C







Video of Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C


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Video Transcript for Kenda Tires and Wheels AM1ST92 Review

Today were going to review part number AM1ST92. This is the Kenda Loadstar ST205/75D15. Its a bias trailer tire with a load range C. This high quality bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds the DOT standards. As a flatter tread design which offers improved stability for excellent handling, this is a special trailer design tire, which is created specifically for trailers and not intended for use on other vehicles. This tired couples the strength of a bias tire with the durability and stability of radial tire, it does use an advanced rubber compound, which gives a longer tread wear and a low rolling resistance for a smooth ride.Again this is a bias tire which will meet the DOT requirements.

This tire will fit on a 15x5 inch wide wheel, a 15x5 inch wide wheel, a 15x6 and a 15x6 inch wide wheel. The tire size thats stamped on the side wall is ST for Special Trailer, 205/75D15. The D designates that it is a biased construction. The overall diameter from top to bottom on this is 27.4. The section width, which would be the actual width of the tire, is going to be 7.7 inches.

This tire does have a load range C rating, which is a six ply rated tire. It has a maximum load carrying capacity of 1,820 pounds at 50 psi. This tire does come with a limited two year warranty. That should do it for review on part number AM1ST92. .




Customer Reviews

Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C - AM1ST92

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (22 Customer Reviews)

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 15" wheels; its maximum load is 1,820 lbs at 50 psi.


- AM1ST92

by: Craig05/13/2015


Have not mounted the tires yet, but..... 1. The shipping was great. 2. EXTREMELY personal service from Judy M. at eTrailer 3. Very courteously price matched +10% a competitor's price. GREAT! 4. Not the first time I have purchased from eTrailer. Always a great experience. Turned a co-worker on to eTrailer a while back, he is pleased with his service, also. 5. As to the tires, they are identical to the OE tires on my trailer that are still serviceable after 10 years. I decided not to risk high loads at highway speeds another summer with 10 YO tires, so I decided to replace with the same tire. Read the reviews, don't purchase a cheaper tire unless you are only hauling sod through a field. 6. Shipped well packaged in boxes designed for tires, not loose like the motorcycle tire I bought from a bike shop last spring. 7. Oh, excellent communication regarding order status and shipping from George J. eTrailer is a no-brainier: best price guarantee, top quality products and service! 192631






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by: Darwin K.08/29/2012


Just got back to Myrtle Beach, SC from a trip to Long Island NY. Put these tires on my trailer and put my two big Harleys on the trailer. Tires handled the weight and road fantasticly. Recomend these tires to all my friends and everyone else. Fifteen thumbs up!! 53410






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by: Charlie M02/21/2011


I needed one tire and four wheels for my cargo trailer. The price was reasonable and I received my order in three days with free shipping. Great website and quick shipping. I would recomment etrailer to others. 7518






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by: Tedd R09/26/2014


Impressive shipping and handling time. Everything was here in quick time, product was as promised, no mistakes or out of stock,and the price was very good. I'll use etrailer.com for my future needs. 153252






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by: Mark02/26/2015


I was very impressed with etrailer in that I made an error in selection of their product and they were very understanding and professional in allowing me an easy return. I feel they are a class act 176261






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by: Robert01/14/2013


These tires suffered tread seperation on a trailer that I was borrowing for a buddy of mine. I had to replace them. I'm hoping that the tread seperation was from his driving and not mine. 62891






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by: Greg06/26/2012


etrailer's website was simple to use and got me to the exact tire I needed for my car trailer. Very pleased with all aspects of etrailer...will definitely use their services again! 45740






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by: Larry K10/11/2012


I received my order promptly. The order was handled quickly and the tires were exactly as described in the catalog. I couldn't be happier with the service you folks provided. 57014






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by: Randy C07/20/2012


The item shipped out quickly and there was plenty of follow-up from etrailer.com to make sure I received it okay. I would definitely buy from them again! 48717






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by: JamesT.12/18/2014


Very easy to use web site, Tires arrived a day ahead of schedule. Packaging was excellent. I will be using them again with out hesitation. 166231






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by: Jimbo03/20/2015


Product was just what I ordered shipping was on time tires were boxed not just shipped unpacked will be using etrailer again for sure 179863






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by: D Powell08/03/2012


Purchased 4 of these tires from etrailer because their price was good and free shipping. Arrived very quickly, individually boxed. 50369






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by: VANCE04/17/2012


This company gets an A+ in communication from the time I clicked order to the super fast arrival of the tires. THANK YOU!! 37493






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by: Don L.07/27/2011


Great service, great product, good deal with the free shipping. Got the tires in 7 days like they said. 20338






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by: KEVIN R09/17/2014


PRODUCT WAS PERFECT & DELIVERY WAS FAST !! THANKS FOR THE GREAT SERVICE! 151642






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by: Jim C04/13/2012


Great trailer tires. E-trailer is the only place I buy trailer supplies. 37116






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by: Randy Y09/24/2012


Great serivce and product as always from etrailer. 55630






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by: Ken G.08/24/2012


Fairly priced,quick delivery,good online followup. 52790






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by: janes w12/30/2013


did they deliver yes they did thanks. 111449






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by: Joel07/28/2011


2nd Order, Great Service, Great Product 20399






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by: Creighton08/04/2012


Arrived as expected and correct. 50532






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by: SONNY08/24/2012


GOOD PRICE QUICK DELIVERY 52848




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  • Trailer Tires are Wearing On the Inside Tread with Low Miles on the Tires
  • You may be experiencing some wear in the suspension components that can cause tire wear and also be a symptom or cause the axle to be misaligned. Inspect your suspension components and if any of the holes where hardware goes is egg-shaped, that indicates wear. To determine if the axle is not properly aligned, pull in straight on a level surface and stop. Measure from the center of the axle on one end to the center of the ball hole on the coupler. Then do the same on the other side. Even...
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  • Causes of Uneven Trailer Tire Wear
  • Do you mean that the inside of the tread (the half closest to the trailer) is wearing unevenly? Or are you speaking of the inside sidewall? Many things can cause uneven tire wear, including a bent axle, an overloaded trailer and worn or broken suspension components. A trailer axle should be slightly arched, with the high spot in the center of the trailer and the spindles on either end being slightly lower. When the trailer is loaded the arch will flatten, placing the trailer tire...
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  • What Causes Cupping Wear On ST205/75-15 Trailer Tires And Should I Use Radial Or Bias Tires
  • When you have cupping wear on a tire it is from the tire bouncing on the road. You will want to check the air pressure in the tire and make sure you are running the maximum air pressure that is indicated on the tire. Then, I would recommend to have the tires and wheels balanced. Another thing to check is the suspension parts on the trailer. When suspension parts begin to wear and get loose it can cause the tire to hop when being towed and cause the cupping pattern. The load range...
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  • Dimensional Differences Between 8.25-15 and 7.75-15 Tire Sizes
  • The tire sizes you mention are considered to be obsolete sizes. The 8.25-15 tire would have an 8-1/4 inch width and a diameter around 28-1/2 inches. The 7.75-15 tire would be around 7-3/4 inches wide with an approximate diameter of 27-3/4 inches. The closest modern tire size to the 8.25-15 would be a ST225/75-15, available in bias ply load range D as part # AM1ST96, or in radial load range D as part # AM10256 or load range C as part # AM10251. A ST225/75-15 would be about the same diameter...
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  • Troubleshooting Tire Wear on a Trailer with Dual Wheels Tandem Axle
  • The first place I would look is at the suspension components of your trailer. Worn out suspension can cause tires to wear strange. You could jack up your trailer (use jackstands) and get underneath your trailer and see if you can find any movement in your suspension components. You can also consider how the horses are loaded in your trailer, you may need to rearrange them (if possible) so that the weight of them is distributed evenly. Otherwise just go over the suspension components...
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  • Troubleshooting a Bouncing Boat Trailer, Possible Causes and Solutions
  • It sounds like a problem with tongue weight. In this case, the tongue weight may be too high meaning too much weight is forward of the trailer axle, pushing down on the hitch, or too low. If at all possible, try moving some weight further back or forward. If you have a large motor on the back, it could be making the tongue weight too low, while gear at the front or items mounted to the trailer tongue area can make it too high. Also, most trailer tires are rated for a maximum speed of...
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  • Should I Use Radial Or Bias Tires On My 1992 Prowler Travel Trailer With Tandem Axles
  • If the tire size is the ST205/75R15 Load Range C we have the Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C, # AM1ST92, which is a bias tire with a maximum load of 1,820 lbs. at 50 psi. We also have the Karrier ST205/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range C, # AM10244, which is a radial tire with a maximum load of 1,820 lbs. at 50 psi. I would recommend the radial tire over the bias tire because of better stability, better ride comfort and it will also dissipate heat better....
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  • Using Two Different Tire Makes on Single Axle Boat Trailer
  • Ideally, you would want to use identical tires on the same axle, but as long as both tires are the same size, both radials and are both of the same load range, using two different makes of tire on your boat trailer will not cause a problem. Be sure to keep your trailer tires fully inflated to the maximum psi listed on the tire sidewall for maximum performance and tread life. I have linked you to a tire FAQ article that you might find helpful.
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  • Trailer Wheel for a 15 by 5 Inch Wheel with a 5 on 5-1/2 Bolt Pattern
  • With a bolt hole measurement of 3-1/4 inches on a 5 bolt pattern that would mean you have a 5 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern. We have one wheel with that bolt pattern, # TTW550555WS1. This wheel has a pilot hole that measures 4-1/4 inches in diameter. If your existing wheels center on the hubs using wheel bolts and not lug nuts then this wheel will not work. If it uses lug nuts then you can use this wheel because having a larger pilot hole is fine. With this wheel size you will need to use an...
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  • How to Prevent Tire Cupping on 20 Foot Gooseneck Equipment Trailer
  • Typically, cupping on a tire is caused by the tire bouncing on the road, which can be caused by several things. Check the air pressure in your trailer tires. A trailer tire should be kept inflated to the maximum air pressure listed on the tire sidewall. Also make sure the weight rating of your tires is not being exceeded Having one or more wheel/tires out of balance could also be causing the problem, have a tire shop check your wheels for balance. Typically, trailer tires are not...
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  • Tire Recommendation for 1978 Prowler Travel Trailer
  • If your current tires are the same size as the tires you referenced, ST205/75-15, I would recommend a radial tire like part # AM10244. Radial ply tires typically run cooler than bias ply, which is why I recommend them if they are available in your size. You will also need to choose tires that are of the appropriate load rating, because choosing tires that are rated too low for the weight of the travel trailer will cause excess heat build-up in the tires and could lead to premature wear...
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  • What Will Cause Excessive Wear on the Outside of the Tire on a Single Axle Cargo Trailer
  • Since your trailer has been over its weight capacity most likely the problems you are experiencing with your tires are directly related to this. I would recommend getting the weight of the trailer under the capacity and then check the suspension components to make sure there is no damage. A problem that arises from an overloaded trailer with a suspension issue is the uneven wearing of the tires on the outside. Because of the overload, your suspension components may be excessively worn...
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  • Trailer Tires on Pontoon Boat Trailer are Wearing On the Inside
  • If your boat trailer tires are wearing on the inside then that indicates that they are bowing out at the bottoms. This usually means they are overloaded or it could also mean that the axle has been flipped. A trailer axle will have a natural bow in it that is curved upward in the middle when not under load. When a load is placed on it, the axle will straighten out. If the the load is too heavy the axle will bow downward in the middle and push the bottoms of the tires out leading to...
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  • Troubleshooting Uneven Tire Wear and How to Pick Out Replacement Trailer Hubs Shorelander Boat
  • In order to pick out the correct replacement hub you will need to remove the hub and get the numbers that are stamped on the bearings. You will also need to know the bolt pattern of the hubs. I attached an FAQ article on how to determine this. Since you have movement on your hub assembly you most likely have damage on the bearing/hub/spindle. Typically, when tires wear on the outsides it is because they are under-inflated. You always want to inflate your trailer tires to the maximum...
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  • 15 Inch Wheel/Tire Combo with 4 Lug on 4 Inch Bolt Circle for Older Camper
  • We offer a wheel and tire that are sold separately that might very well work for your application. The 215/75-15 isn't a typical trailer tire size, but a 205/75-15 like # AM1ST92 is definitely in the ballpark, being only about 1/4 inch smaller in diameter than your existing tire. The only 15 inch wheel we offer with a 4 lug bolt pattern is a Dexstar Vintage Trailer Wheel, part # AM20395. If this isn't the wheel you have, please let me know. The # AM1ST92 mentioned above is a load...
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  • Boat Trailer Tires Wearing on the Inside Tread Mostly on Right Side of Trailer
  • You can align trailers. Basically to see if it is off, measure from the center of the coupler diagonally to the center of the end of the spindle. Then do the same on the other side. Make sure to measure from the same spot on the coupler to the same spot on the spindle. If the axle is not straight these measurements will be different. Being off a hair though would be fine. Suspension wear can cause uneven tire wear as well. If the holes used in the hangers or any part of the suspension...
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  • Spare Wheel/Tire for 1964 Avion Travel Trailer with ST205/75D15 Tires on 6-on-5 1/2 Wheels
  • We do indeed offer both the tire size/type/rating you need as well as the wheel, but we just do not happen to offer them as a pre-mounted combination item. You'll simply order the tire you need and the wheel as separate items and have them mounted together locally. We offer Kenda # AM1ST92 which is a ST205/75D15 bias trailer tire in Load Range C, rated for 1,820-lbs at 50 psi pressure. For a wheel you can choose from among those shown on the included link. We offer various construction...
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  • What Trailer Tires are Compatible with a 15 x 5-1/2 inch Trailer Wheel with 5 on 5-1/2 Bolt Pattern
  • The Trailer Wheel, # TTW550555WS1, will accept tire size 205/75-15. For this tire size, we have a few options. For a bias ply tire, we have a load range B, # AM1ST91, rated for 1,480 pounds at 35 psi. We also have a bias ply load range C, # AM1ST92, rated at 1,820 pounds at 50 psi. For a radial, we have a load range C, # AM10244, rated for 1,820 pounds at 50 psi. I have also included a link to our trailer tire FAQ article.
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  • Will an ST205/75-15 Trailer Tire Fit In Place of a 205/70-15 Tire
  • There is only a slight difference between 205/70-15 tires and 205/75-15 tires. A 205/70-15 will be 8 inches wide and 26.3 inches tall. A 205/75-15 will be 8.1 inches wide and 27.3 inches tall. As long as there is more than 1/2 an inch of clearance above the existing tires you can switch to the 205/75-15 tire size. We have a few tires in this size. Tire # AM1ST91 is a load range B rated for 1,480 pounds at 35 psi. Tire # AM1ST92 is a load range C bias ply tire rated for 1,820 pounds...
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  • Can an ST225/75D15 Tire be Used as a Temporary Spare for an ST205/75D15 Trailer Tire
  • You can use an ST225/75D15 as a temporary spare (provided the wheel is 6 or 6-1/2 inches wide) but you definitely do not want to have it on for long. I would say that it is fine to use to get you to a place that can repair or replace the 205/75-15. For replacement 205/75-15s we have a load range C, # AM1ST92 and a load range B # AM1ST91. The 225 will be 13/16 inches wider and about 1 inch taller so it will affect how the trailer tracks and put added stress on the 205 side. I have included...
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  • Travel Trailer Tires for 25 Foot Tandem Axle Trailer with ST205/75-15 Tires
  • It is best to stick with the tire size recommended by the trailer manufacturer. This information should be on a sticker or plate on the trailer tongue or frame somewhere. Since the trailer weighs or is rated at 6,000 pounds, I recommend going with load range C ST205/75-15 tires if that is what the trailer manufacturer requires. Use # AM10244 for a radial or # AM1ST92 for a bias ply tire. Each is rated for 1,820 pounds at 50 psi. I have linked our help article on trailer tires for you.
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  • Will a Higher Load Range Tire Help Eliminate Cracking of Sidewalls on Loaded Trailer Being Stored
  • When tires sit on a trailer that is used infrequently it will cause the tires to dry rot or crack on the sidewall from being exposed to the weather and not being moved. It will also increase the problem if it has a heavy load on the tires when being stored. Steps you can take to keep the tires from cracking is to put the trailer on blocks or jack stands under the axles to take the weight off of the tires. Lower the air pressure (make sure to inflate the tires back to maximum psi when...
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  • Troubleshooting Premature Trailer Tire Wear
  • The first place I would look is at the suspension components of your trailer. Worn out suspension can cause tires to wear strange. You could jack up your trailer (use jackstands) and get underneath your trailer and see if you can find any movement in your suspension components. While the trailer is jacked up also try and spin the wheels of the trailer. They should spin freely by hand but you should feel a light drag from the brake assemblies. If this drag isn't present the assemblies...
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  • Uneven Trailer Tire Wear on a Single Axle Trailer
  • I agree with the dealer. And 1/4 inch being within tolerance sounds excessive to me. I would keep it no more than an 1/8 or less off. To determine which way the axle(s) need to go mark a point on the top of the coupler, right in the center where the ball goes in. Then measure from that point to the center of the axle on each side. The measurements need to be as close to the same as you can get them. Also check the suspension components for excessive wear. Egg-shaped holes instead...
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  • Country of Origin of Kenda Loadstar ST205/75D15 Trailer Tire # AM1ST92
  • Like the vast majority of trailer tires, the Kenda Loadstar ST205/75D15 Trailer Tire # AM1ST92 you referenced is made in China, or in other cases, Taiwan.
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  • How to Pick Out Replacement Trailer Tires for a 1991 Logan Horse Trailer
  • I would check the tire size that is on the 15 inch wheel of your horse trailer to determine which size you would want. It should be printed on the sidewall of the tire as a number like ST205/75D15. Once you know which size you need email me back and I will set you up with the best possible tire we offer for your setup. You should also try to determine what the weight of your trailer is plus the weight of your horse to give you an idea on what weight rating tires should be on your...
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  • Uneven Tire Wear on a Single Tire on Tandem Axle Trailer
  • There's numerous possible causes, but an underinflated tire would be the most common. A trailer tire should be kept inflated to the maximum pressure that's listed on the tire sidewall. If it were a bent axle or an overloaded trailer, the excessive wear wouldn't be on both edges of the tire. If the tire is properly inflated, make sure that the suspension is in good repair, with nothing worn or damaged. A faulty tire would also a possible cause. It would explain why only one tire is experiencing...
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  • Why Would a Single Axle Boat Trailer Have Tires that Wear On the Outsides Excessively
  • According to our tire guru here at etrailer, there are three main cause issues that could be at play here. First, excessive wear on the outside of the tire means the trailer could have an alignment issue. This can also be caused by worn suspension parts and overloading. Taking your trailer to alignment shop that can align trailers would how to fix this. Excessive wear on both the inside and outside of the tire means the tires are under-inflated. Lastly, excessive wear on the inside...
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  • Travel Trailer Tire Wear Troubleshooting
  • Having a trailer not being perfectly level while towing can cause uneven tire wear especially if the trailer is a tandem axle trailer. What you will want to do is check out the help article I attached that details how to pick out the correct rise/drop ball mount so that you can tow your trailer level. Many things can cause uneven tire wear, including a bent axle, an overloaded trailer and worn or broken suspension components. A trailer axle should be slightly arched, with the high...
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  • Rear Axle Trailer Tires are Wearing More than Front Axle Tires
  • If you have the weight in the trailer more towards the back then that could cause the rear axle tires to wear quicker. You will also want to check the suspension components to see if anything needs to be replaced. Worn suspension can lead to excessive and uneven tire wear. You will also need to make sure that all of the tires are inflated to the maximum psi indicated on the tires. If you are using different tire types (radial versus bias ply) or different sizes at the front and rear...
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