Feature-rich, radial, special trailer tire provides excellent traction for a safe, smooth ride in both wet and dry conditions. Fits 14" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 1,760 lbs at 50 psi. Lowest Prices for the best Tires and Wheels from Kenda. Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range C part number AM10234 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range C

Kenda Tires and Wheels

(6 reviews)


Code:   AM10234

Price:$104.95


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Kenda Tires and Wheels - AM10234

Feature-rich, radial, special trailer tire provides excellent traction for a safe, smooth ride in both wet and dry conditions. Fits 14" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 1,760 lbs at 50 psi.

Features:

  • Special trailer tire design provides the strength of a bias tire, as well as the durability and stability of a radial tire
    • Created specifically for trailers and not intended for use on other vehicles
  • Double steel belts and full nylon plies combine for superior function and long tire life
  • Computer-generated tread design and premium rubber-compound materials
    • Maximum traction in wet or dry conditions
  • Smooth ride and excellent stability at highway speeds
  • ST tire meets Department of Transportation specifications


Specs:

  • Fits: 14" x 5", 14" x 5-1/2", 14" x 6", and 14" x 6-1/2" wheels
  • Tire size: ST205/75R14
    • Section width: 8.1"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 26.3"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: C
    • Ply rating: 6
    • Maximum load: 1,760 lbs at 50 psi
  • Limited 2-year warranty


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Video of Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range C


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Kenda Tires and Wheels AM10234 Review

Video Transcript for Kenda Tires and Wheels AM10234 Review

Today, we'll be reviewing part number AM10234. This is the Kenda Carrier Radial Trailer Tire with a load range of C. The special trailer tire design is going to provide the strength of a Bias tire as well as the durability and stability of a radial tire. This is created specifically for trailers so it's not going to be intended for use on other vehicles so you definitely want to keep that in mind. It's also going to feature double steel belts and fully nylon plies that are going to combine for superior function and long tire life. It also features computer generated tread design and premium rubber compound so it's going to offer maximum traction in wet or dry conditions. It's also going to offer a smoother ride and excellent stability at highway speeds. The ST tire meets the Department of Transportation specifications.

This is designed to fit 14 inch x 5 inch, 14 inch by 5-1/2 inch, 14 inch by 6 inch and 14 inch x 6-1/2 inch wheels. The tire size is ST205-75R14. It's going to give us a section width from outer wall to outer wall of 8.1 inches. When the tire is fully inflated, it's going to give us an outer diameter of edge to edge of 26.3 inches. The capacity is going to offer a load range of C with a 6 ply rating. It's going to give us a maximum load of 1,760 pounds at 50 PSI.

It has all the indicators listed on the outer wall of the tire. That way you can always use that as a quick reference guide if you ever need that information. That's going to do it for today's review of part number AM10234. This is the Kenda Carrier Radial Trailer Tire. .




Customer Reviews

Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range C - AM10234

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (6 Customer Reviews)

Feature-rich, radial, special trailer tire provides excellent traction for a safe, smooth ride in both wet and dry conditions. Fits 14" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 1,760 lbs at 50 psi.


- AM10234

by: John K11/18/2014


I received my order (Karrier ST295/75R14) extremly fast and in good order. I've had it mounted and will be using it for a spare. For that reason I did not give it and excellent rating because I have no idea how well it will perform. Hopefully I'll never have to use it. I will give etrailer.com an EXCELLENT rating for great service! 161550






- AM10234

by: Frank01/01/2015


Bought a spare tire and wheel for my new travel trailer, that was an exact match as what was on the trailer. Etrailer had the best price, free shipping and I received the items in just a few days. I would gladly shop with them again, thanks etrailer. 167471






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by: Tim09/12/2012


Very happy with ease of ordering as well as the customer service. I feel like my order was processed in an expeditious manner. I would use them again. 54474






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by: Kris06/08/2012


Delivered on time as advertised. Have had tires on trailer for about 700 miles and no problems yet. 43394






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by: INTERTEK02/11/2015


tires are perfect, E trailer customer service is the best!! 173327






- AM10234

by: Aaron03/01/2012


received tires yesterday, thank you for prompt service. 32905




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  • What Size Metric Trailer Tires Will Fit In Place of Size F78-14 Tires
  • For your older trailer tires, you can use size 205/75-14 as replacements. We have three tires in this size. The first is a radial tire, # AM10234. Since it is a radial tire, it is more durable and will provide a better ride. It is rated for 1,760 pounds at 50 psi. We also have two bias trailer tires. First is # AM1ST86. This is a load range C tire good for 1,760 pounds at 50 psi per tire. The other is a load range B bias trailer tire # AM1ST84. It has a capacity of 1,430 pounds at 35...
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  • Radial vs Bias Trailer Tires and Can the Same Wheels Be Used for Both Types of Tires
  • The same wheels can be used for both bias and radial tires. You do not need different wheels for radial tires. The tire you have now that is labeled ST205/75D14 is a bias tire because the D inside the tire size means diagonal or bias ply construction. A radial trailer tire will be labeled as ST205/75R14. The R inside the tire size meaning radial construction. The trailer specification of ST205/75C14 is meaning you can use a bias or radial with a Load Range C rating. Normally on a...
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  • What Trailer Tire Size Can Replace A 195/70R14 Tire Size
  • The 195/70R14 tire is a passenger car tire size. A trailer should have a ST rated tire. which means it is a Special Trailer tire. The special trailer tire is designed with stronger sidewalls and can handle higher air pressures which are needed when being used on a trailer that is made to carry a load. A trailer tire will always need to be inflated to the maximum inflation pressure to be able to handle the weight capacity it is rated for. The 195/70R14 size has an overall diameter...
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  • Can 175/80-13 Trailer Tires be Replaced with 205/75-14 Trailer Tires
  • First, you should put the size tires and wheels on the trailer that the trailer manufactures states. This information can be found on a sticker or plate on the trailer frame. Sometimes, a larger size can be used if there is space around the tire for the larger size. The next size up from 175/80-13 is going to be a 205/75-14. This tire will be almost 2 inches taller (1.9 inches) and about 1-3/16 inches wider. You will need to make sure that there is space above the tire and on the inside...
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  • Replacements Needed for 7.00 x 14 Tires on Boat Trailer
  • The closest modern tire size to the 7.00 x 14 size you mentioned would be a ST205/75-14. The two load range C tires we offer are part # AM1ST86 in bias ply and # AM10234 in radial. The ST205/75-14 is about an inch larger in diameter and 3/4 of an inch wider than the tires you currently have. The load range C tire in that size is rated for 1,760 lbs at 50 psi. For optimal tire performance and to realize the full load bearing capability of the tire, it should be kept inflated to...
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  • Difference Between Bias Ply Tires # AM1ST90 and Radial Ply Tires # AM10234
  • The difference in tires that have either a D or an R in the tire size description is that a D indicates a bias ply tire, and an R would mean it is a radial ply tire. Examples of each type are ST215/75D14, part # AM1ST90, and ST215/75R14, part # AM10234. The difference in the construction of the tires is that the cords underneath the tread run in different directions. On a bias ply tire, the cords run at a 32 degree angle from the direction of travel. On a radial ply tire, the cords will...
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  • Availability of Replacement Tire For Size F65-14ST on Tow Master Boat Trailer
  • The replacement for the F65-14ST tire you mentioned would be a ST205/65-14, which is kind of an oddball size that we don't carry. The closest equivalent we carry would be 205/75-14. The tire you currently have is 24.6 inches in diameter, and 7.4 inch section width. The ST205/75-14 is 26.3 inches in diameter and 7.8 inches wide which is about a 1/2 inch wider and 1.7 inches larger in diameter. We have the 205/75-14 available in a bias-ply or a radial tire. The radial is available...
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  • What Country Is The Kenda Radial Tire # AM10234 And How Long Ago Was It Made
  • I walked out to our warehouse and looked at the Kenda Radial Tire, part # AM10234. The tire is manufactured in China. The time stamp on the tire read 0911. This indicates that the tire was manufactured in the ninth week of 2011. You can find this number on one side of the tire after the DOT stamp near the bead of the tire. I have linked an FAQ on tires that you may find as a good reference.
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  • What Is The Correct Replacement Tire Size For F78-14 Tire on 1995 Escort Boat Trailer
  • Yes, the correct metric size for the F78-14 tire size is an ST205/75-14 tire size. The item you selected, Kenda Tire, part # AM10234, is an ST205/75-14 size and is a radial tire, which will replace your F78-14 tire. I have linked an FAQ on tire sizes and an FAQ on trailer tires which you may find as a good reference.
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  • Boat Trailer Tire Recommendation to Replace P185/65R14 Tires
  • I would recommend you replace the passenger vehicle tires you have on your boat trailer as soon as possible. You want to use ST specialty trailer rated tires as they are designed for increased vertical loads unlike a passenger vehicle rated tire. The closest tire size to what you currently have would be the ST205/74R14 like you referenced with part # AM10234. This tire size will be an additional 3 inches taller than what you currently have and 20 mm wider. You will need to verify that...
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  • Improving Tire to Fender Clearance So Fenders Will Not Cut Tires
  • Looking at your photo, my suspicion is that at some time the the tire and wheel size of that trailer was changed from the stock size. If the stock size is known, returning to that size would fix your clearance problems. Changing to a narrower wheel/tire might help, but from the photo you provided it looks like the wheel/tire combo you are using is too tall, so going down to a 14 inch wheel might not be a bad idea. I would recommend going with a 14 inch wheel like part # AM22328 with...
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  • What is the Correct Replacement Trailer Tire for Size G78-14C on a Boat Trailer
  • The modern equivalent for a G78-14c is going to be ST205/75-14 load range C: # AM1ST86 for a bias ply or # AM10234 for a radial. They are both rated for 1,760 pounds at 50 psi. All of the tires on the trailer should be the same type, either bias or radial, to maintain proper tracking and even tire wear.
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  • Availability of a 205/75-14 Trailer Tire and 14 Inch Aluminum Wheel with 5 on 4-1/2 Bolt Pattern
  • The easiest thing to do would be to order the Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire with 14 Inch Aluminum Wheel, # AM32151, which comes with the tire already mounted on the wheel. If you wanted to buy the wheels and tires separately, you could, but we do not have the equipment to mount the tires. You would need to go to a local shop to have them mounted. We also recommend having the the tires/wheels balanced at a local shop. The wheel/tire combos do arrive here somewhat balanced, but...
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  • Replacement Trailer Tires for a 3,880 Pound Travel Trailer with Under Rated Tires Installed
  • Just about every tire manufacturer has moved operations over seas so finding a trailer tire made in the USA would be very difficult. For tire size 205/75-14 you can use # AM10234. This is a radial load range C tire rated for 1,760 pounds at 50 psi. On a single axle, the capacity would be 3,520 pounds. This is 360 pounds lower than the gross trailer weight you stated. In order to get to a high enough capacity you would have to change to a 15 inch tire in a load range D, # AM10245. That...
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  • What is the Difference Between Radial and Bias Ply Trailer Tires
  • The main difference between a radial ply and a bias ply tire is how the tire is constructed. The cords inside a bias ply tire run at a 32 degree angle to the direction of travel, and the cords on a radial tire run at a 90 degree angle to the direction of travel, or across the tire from wheel lip to wheel lip. A radial tire flexes more than a bias tire, giving it better ground contact, traction, stability, and tread wear. A radial tire will normally run cooler than a bias ply tire, especially...
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  • Replacement Trailer Tire for a F78-14 Tire
  • The correct metric size for the F78-14 tire size is an ST205/75-14 tire size. The part # AM1ST84 that you referenced will work as a replacement, but since this is a bias ply tire the part # AM10234 would be a better choice for you. The prices are available below at the links. The main difference between a radial ply and a bias ply tire is how the tire is constructed. The cords inside a bias ply tire run at a 32 degree angle to the direction of travel, and the cords on a radial tire run...
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  • Will My ST215/75R-14 Tires work with Americana Split Spoke Aluminum Wheels # AM22330
  • A ST215/75-15 tire fits best on wheels that are between 5-1/2 and 7 inches wide, with 6 inches being ideal. The AM22330 wheels will indeed accept your tires, but the beads of the tires will be pulled in closer together than they are with your existing wheels. Whether or not they look funny is a pretty subjective concept that is dependent on personal preference, so I could not comment on that. They will fit, and they will work. Having the tire beads closer together can possibly cause...
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  • Can 13 Inch Trailer Tires be Used on 14 Inch Wheels
  • As you probably know, using 13 inch tires on 14 inch wheels is not a good idea. The tire is not designed to fit that size and so it has to stretch and when it stretches that is when you run into problems. I recommend switching the tires to 14 inch (if you have currently have space all around the existing tires for the larger size). You would not want to reuse the 13 inch tires on new 13 inch wheels because there could be unseen damage on them. Recycle those tires and get some new 14...
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  • Changing to Higher Rated Tires on Travel Trailer
  • The set-up you propose sounds like a fine option, with the exception of the metal valve stems. The # AM20352 wheels you mention (along with all the 14 inch wheels we offer) have a .453 hole in the rim for inserting the valve stem. The # AM20906 uses a .625 hole. I'd recommend using the # AM20904 valve stems which are compatible with the # AM20352 wheels and are good up to 80 psi. It's important you keep the tires fully inflated to the pressure listed on the sidewall, which in this case...
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  • What Size Rim is Needed for 205/75R14 Trailer Tire
  • When it comes to a 205/75R14 trailer tire like the Kenda, # AM10234, this size of tire will fit a 5", 5-1/2", 6", or 6-1/2" rim. I spoke with our in-house tire expert and he said that when it comes to choosing a rim for a trailer tire, you will want to go with the smallest rim width available for your size of tire to keep the side walls as straight as possible. I have attached a link to the options that we have available for you. Since you plan to use this just as a spare for your...
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  • Availability of Larger Wheels and Fenders for Jet Ski Trailer
  • As long as the bolt pattern is the same as the bolt pattern on your current trailer and the pilot hole fits over the trailer's current hub you will be able to upgrade your wheels on your Jet Ski Continental Trailer to a 15" wheel like # AM20456, which you referenced or # AM22328. Both of the wheels you reference have a 3.19" pilot diameter and a 5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern. For wheel # AM20456 you can use a trailer tire like # AM10244. For wheel # AM22328 you can use a trailer tire like...
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  • Can Load Range D Tires be Used in Place of Load Range C Tires
  • The tires you have now, 205/75-14 load range C, should be rated for 1,760 pounds at 50 psi (it should say on the sidewall the ratings). Four of those, two for each axle on your trailer, would have a capacity of 7,040 pounds. This is more than enough for a 5,000 pound trailer. Going to a load range D tire would not provide any additional benefits and would not increase the capacity of the trailer. You may find the ride to be stiffer than with the load range C tires. I recommend sticking...
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  • What is the Speed Rating for Kenda/Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1ST86
  • The Kenda/Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1ST86 is rated for 65 miles per hour. You would not want to exceed the speed rating on a trailer tire because of heat. Trailer tires are built with a thicker sidewall to handle more vertical load. The thicker sidewall generates more heat compared to passenger vehicle tires, especially if under inflated. That is also why trailer tires should always be inflated to the maximum psi indicated on the tire. Radial tires run cooler and track...
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