Today, we're going to review part number AM3S030. This is a Kenda Loadstar Tire, size ST175/80D13, which is a bias trailer tire, and it is mounted on a 13-inch Dexstar white spoke wheel. This wheel has a white powder coat finish for corrosion resistance on the front and on the back of the wheel. A few dimensions on this wheel, what we'll do is the diameter. Preset was 13 inches so if we measure from inside to inside, it would be 13 inches. The width of this wheel has 4-1/2 inches wide.
This wheel does have a bolt pattern of four bolts, 4-inch bolt pattern. The best way to measure that is from the center of one lug hole to the center of the lug hole directly across from it. So in this case if we go center to center, it would be 4 inches. This wheel has a capacity of 1360 lbs at 50 psi. It uses a wheel bolt size of 1/2 inch by 20.
Another critical measurement is the pilot hole diameter, which is the large center hole here in the middle of the wheel. This is what will go over the hub on your trailer. So if we measure the diameter of that pilot hole, it would be 2.65 inches. Now, we move on to the tire. The tire is a Loadstar.
The size again is ST, stands for Special Trailer, 175/80D, which means diagonal belt, which is a bias tire, 13-inch size. This tire is a load range B tire which means it's a 4-ply rated tire. It has a maximum load capacity of 1 1125 lbs at 35 psi. This tire is a bias tire and when we say that, we mean that it's constructed with the belts going the length of the tire as opposed to radial where the belts would go side to side. The bias, they would go length to length, and the main difference between this bias tire and a radial tire, would be the side wall on this bias tire, will be a little bit firmer when compared to a radial designed tire.
This wheel and tire combo does have a limited two-year warranty. And that should do it for part number AM3S030.
In this video we are going to describe how to measure a trailer steel wheel. I have two examples here one is a 14 X 5-1/2, 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern steel wheel. This other one is a 16 X 6, 6 lug on 5 steel wheel, and the way to measure to know what size it is, on the diameter of the wheel, in other words what size tire will fit on this wheel is you want to measure from the inside to the inside where the bead seats and protrudes 60 inches. In other words thats the bead seat to the bead seat. You do not want to measure over all length from edge to edge, okay and to measure the width of the wheel. Again you will not want to measure, do not measure overall because it will show 7 inches incorrect.