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Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D

Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D

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Radial special trailer tire provides excellent traction for a safe, smooth ride in both wet and dry conditions. Constructed of double steel belts and full nylon plies. Fits 14" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 2,200 lbs at 75 psi. Lowest Prices for the best tires and wheels from Kenda. Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D part number AM10235 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Tires and Wheels - AM10235

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  • 14 Inch
  • 205/75-14
  • Load Range D
  • Radial Tire
  • Kenda

Radial special trailer tire provides excellent traction for a safe, smooth ride in both wet and dry conditions. Constructed of double steel belts and full nylon plies. Fits 14" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 2,200 lbs at 75 psi.


Features:

  • Special trailer (ST) tire has sturdy sidewalls so that it can handle heavy loads
    • 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: D
    • Ply rating: 8
    • Maximum load: 2,200 lbs at 75 psi
  • Max speed: 81 mph (speed rating M)
  • 5-Year limited warranty
  • 1-Year worry-free guarantee


1-Year Worry-Free Guarantee

This tire has a 1-year worry-free guarantee. If within the first 12 months the tire is damaged in any way, it will be replaced at no charge.


Radial Tires vs. Bias Tires

Radial tire vs bias tire graphic

Radial ply tires are designed for trailers that are towed on the highway. The cords on a radial tire are positioned at a 90-degree angle to the direction of travel so that they lay across the width of the tire from wheel lip to wheel lip. This construction prevents the cords from rubbing against one another when the tire flexes, unlike the cords on a bias ply tire. As a result, radial tires have less rolling resistance and heat buildup, which leads to a longer tread life and improved steering at higher speeds.



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

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




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Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D - AM10235

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (785 Customer Reviews)

Radial special trailer tire provides excellent traction for a safe, smooth ride in both wet and dry conditions. Constructed of double steel belts and full nylon plies. Fits 14" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 2,200 lbs at 75 psi.

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Know the load-range requirements of your trailer. On my trailer, the factory label calls for "Load-Range C" tires. This is not correct, and I can't believe the manufacturer even suggested them. According to the trailer specs, my trailer has a maximum weight of 7,500 lbs. ST205/75R14 trailer tires in load-range C are only rated for a dual-axle load of 1,570 pounds. That is a total of 6,280 pounds with 4 tires. However, in load-range D, the maximum dual-axle capacity is 1,930 pounds. That is a total of 7,720 pounds, or a better match to the rated capacity of the axle and trailer. Therefore, I am very glad that I switched to these Kenda tires, and I am optimistic that I will get much better service life from them than what I had before. 666707



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Good Tire from a great company. This is the only Load Range D tire I could find in a 14" rim size but this tire has been an excellent purchase. I could not be happier with my purchase and my tire dealer was happy to mount them because they knew that they did not sell a load range D tire in a 14". 431268


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Great tire. After another year of use the tires still look like new. The load range D tires carry the weight better and gives me great peace of mind.
Go E - 10/11/2018

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Been guiding for 25 years and these are the best tires i have ever ran on my boat trailers. I have had no issues and Oklahoma can burn tires quick! 605444



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I really wanted a D load rated 205/75-14 tire for my travel trailer. But, as with many Chinese imports, the quality just isn't there. Two had catastrophic failures. One of the survivors has part of the steel belt protruding from the casing where the tread meets the sidewall. I'm thinking I will switch to Goodyear Endurance which are American made and are also available from etrailer. 640968



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Received them well before expected, given free delivery. Just had them mounted on my X-lite. This was an upgrade from the load rate C. The real test will be to see if they make it all the way to Alaska from Maine. Get back to me in September of 2015. So far I am happy with the product and e-trailer. 184959


Comments
How did the tires perform
-- comment by: Chris M - 02/22/2016

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They performed very well. 14000 miles over some very marginal conditions. Including the top of the World highway in Yukon territory. Highly recommended.
-- comment by: - 02/26/2016

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Follow up.....they made the trip without a problem....Maine to Alaska and back....including 100 miles of gravel over the top of the world highway.highly recommend.
Frank B - 04/12/2016

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Received the tires and they are fine tires. My issue is with the buying experience with etrailer. 2 things that did not go so well: 1. The day after I bought the tires, etrailer dropped the price by over $7/tire. So etrailer has this "Lowest Price Pledge" policy (there is a link right on the page for this tire) of a lowest price pledge and if you find a lower price in 30 days, they will refund 110% of the difference. When I called etrailer, they would only refund the price difference and NOT 110% of the price difference. Why? They said that the 110% price pledge does not apply to their own site? Huh? No where on the price pledge does it say that etrailer is exempt from their own price pledge of refunding a 110% of the difference if you find a lower price. Not Happy. If you make a pledge, stick to it. 2. Got the tires and I live near Redding, CA. Went into town and could not find any one who would install the tires on my trailer. The basic message I got was we do not want to install someone else's tires. After 2 hours of calling and driving to the tire shops in Redding, I finally found a reputable outfit to install and spin balance the tires for $22/tire which pretty much negates any savings from buying them online. Based on this overall negative experience, this is probably the last time I will ever buy tires online again and my issue with etrailer's own lowest price pledge left a bad taste in my mouth from an outfit I usually have had a really good relationship with. I have bought quite a bit from etrailer and I expected better customer service than what I got. 407919



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Ordered 14 inch rims and tires for my 2007 Jayco travel trailer. Easy ordering, prompt delivery, easy to install, very satisfied with every aspect of etrailer!!! 137382


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Were your original rims 13 inch? I have 13 inch rims with ST18580D13 bias ply load range D tires on my Jayco Jayfeather Ultralite 228 trailer and am looking to switch to radials in load range D... These are about as close to the original tire size as I can find. If you did up-size from smaller rims and tires, how is it working out for you?
-- comment by: ErnestA - 06/28/2014

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Ernest,Yes I had 13 18580D13s as standard equipment. Put on Hankook 195 75R14 8 ply load range D 2094 lbs at 65psi. Tires fit fine. There is hardly any difference in the width and height increased maybe 1 inch. I have taken the trailer on logging roads with pot holesbad washboard without any issues.With the 13 inch tires on i had 2 clearance on each side and about 7-8 from the top of tire to the wheel well Jayco will not give you any help and Dexter, axle manufacture, sent information but to check the clearances out required a lift which i did not have. Common sense dictated the 14 tires would work and they do. Hope this helps just check the side wall and top clearances.Hope this helpsclearances
-- comment by: Jim Y - 07/03/2014

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Great deal on a really good set of tires. I chanced my stock China Bomb tires on my travel trailer for 3+ years. I had to order some reliable rubber for my upcoming 5000+ mile trip. etrailer.com had a great price, fast shipping, and most importantly, individually boxed. I’ve ordered tires from other internet shops and had them arrived banded together for who knows how long. 604701



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Tires arrived in good condition in three days, individually boxed. Had them mounted today on my Lance travel trailer and they look great, much better than the Tow-Max tires they are replacing. Only minor surprise was that the DOT date code on the tires indicates the tires were manufactured around mid 2017. Nevertheless, they look great and I am confident my BAD experiences (three) with "Blow-Max" brand tires are over. Concerning etrailer, this is one of many purchases I've made over the past 10 years and I have always been impressed with the EXCELLENT customer service, product information and instructive videos, communications, pricing, and product selection. IMHO etrailer is one of the best retailers on the web and I highly recommend them to all. 653723



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I have always had problems locating ST205/75R14 Load Range D tires locally for my camper. etrailer.com had them and made it easy. I have loaded the camper down and made several long trips. Every stop I monitor the tires for heat buildup. They run cool and I have not had any problems. 185378


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I have had the Kenda Karrier ST20575R14 tires on my camper for 1 year now. No problems with the tires and they seem to be wearing good. I load the camper down heavy and make 300 mile trips frequently. I will buy the next set of tires from etrailer.com if I ever need them.
Charles E - 04/14/2016

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This is a great trailer tire! I purchased these for my R-Pod 182G (I'm guessing around 3500lbs fully loaded) for a cross-country road trip. I wanted a more robust tire so I could travel at 70 mph without constantly worrying if the tires would blow-out. 3800 miles in two weeks and the tires handled perfectly and still look new. I filled them with nitrogen because I was traversing a wide range of elevations (7200'-500') and I didn't want to worry about pressure fluctuations. They were filled to 65psi when the tires were a little warm so they ended up being about 60psi when cold, but they never got above 70psi when hot. This is a great tire if you have a trailer that usually uses a Load Range "C", 6 ply tire. E-trailer made my order very painless, offering free shipping, which I had to forgo and pay $7.95 for 3-5 day shipping, because I needed them that week. The tires arrived in great shape in 3 days. 270276



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Overall I’m kind of disappointed. I ordered expecting to get at least new-ish tires but got 2 year-old tires. All appeared to be manufactured in the middle of 2017. Most of the information I’ve seen about trailer tires says to replace every five years regardless of what the tread looks like. (I’ve seen 6-7 years on this site.) If that’s the case, two years, or a quarter or more of my tire life is potentially done already. 666932


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Its not unheard of for tires to arrive at our location that were manufactured more than a year before we received them. With the exception of the Goodyear Endurance, these tires are manufactured overseas. After they are manufactured, they can sit in a warehouse for months until theyre packed in a shipping container and ultimately loaded on a container ship and shipped to the US. The trip here and entry through US Customs can easily take a month or more. The tires then sit in a warehouse in the US until we order and receive them. Tires that are stored in a warehouse under controlled conditions dont age or dry rot like tires that are exposed to the elements and UV radiation do. The fact that your tires were older than a year when you received them will not have any effect on their lifespan or durability. They should be good for up to 6-7 years, assuming theyre not stored in direct sunlight, not overloaded, kept properly inflated and their speed rating isnt being exceeded. The product warranty begins at the date of purchase, not the date of manufacture.
-- Mike L - 07/08/2019

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Bought 2 of these tires in 2015, just bought another to replace one that had serious blowout at 60 mph after 16,000 miles. Fortunately no damage from the blowout. Very happy with the tires up until then and not sure of cause of the blowout. It was the tire on the passenger side so maybe picked up something on roadside, rumble strips or hitting a curb. I still like the higher air pressure and load capacity so that's why I got another one. I use these on a single axle light weight travel trailer. I'm including pics of damaged tire and comparison of new and used (~20,000 mi.) I think the wear rate is good for a trailer. 378679



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We are going to be purchasing 2 more this year. Good quality. 756608



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This brake line kit (20TA-BLKIT) was easy to install and after 1 year on my tandem axle boat trailer, used in salt water, still looks brand new. No rust, corrosion or leaks and functions as it should. Much better than the steel lines I replaced. I would recommend this brake line kit. 745918



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Best tire I've found for my 24' car trailer.I'm recording all miles on tires and have 19,561 so far and will get many more I think. 705539



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I got them on time. and they look good quality. 677060



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Exactly as described. Great product quality. Great customer service and communication from etrailer. Super fast shipping right to my door. I purchased a wheel and tire just for an extra spare on my travel trailer. 675416



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Excellent store. Good product & fast shipping - consistently. 673348



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Tires arrived earlier than expected. Date stamps were current. They are performing great. 671159



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Tires work great , Service from etrailer.com is super keep up the great work. 662900



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I got these tires after OEM tires on Coleman camper blew out or leaked flat. These are over specification for my RV but wanted to feel comfortable with the new tires. The tires have worn well and drove well. I had them balanced with my Tire Pressure Monitoring System sensor on, it did make a difference. 661140



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Excellent tire, have had three high speed blowouts with other c rated tires so I really appreciate these. They are well built and just feel stronger. 654311



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Only place I could find good heavy tires for a boat trailer. 617192



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Fast shipping, good price on trailer tires. Easy payment plan 616362


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  • Recommended Tires Size 205/75-14 for Fast Load Boat Trailer
    At the 205/75-14 size you are seeking and the Load Range D, we only have Radial options which will give you a better ride on the street than the bias tires with the diagonal cord pattern. If you want a good quality tire with a load capacity of 2,200 lbs at 75 psi and a speed rating of 81 mph, I recommend the Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10235. This tire has a 2 year warranty. If you want a great warranty of 5 years with 2 years of complimentary roadside assistance,...
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  • Availability of Galvanized Wheel and ST205-75R14 Tire With Load Rating of D
    In order to meet all of your requirements you would need to get the tires and wheels separately and have them mounted. The 205/75R14, load range D radial tire we offer is the Kenda Karrier # AM10235. This tire, which has a weight capacity of 2,200 lbs, is among the highest rated we carry, with nearly 500 reviews giving it a near-unanimous 5 stars. For a wheel to go with it, I recommend taking a look at the Americana Steel Mini Mod # AM20364, which is galvanized, measures 14" diameter x...
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  • Determining Correct Load Rating for ST205/75R14 Tires on Boat Trailer
    For your loaded boat trailer I definitely recommend going with Load Range D tires, as this will provide you with a much more comfortable safety margin. I specifically recommend the Kenda Karrier # AM10235 because of its double steel belts and nylon plies for excellent traction and superior speed rating of 81 mph, letting you travel at highway speeds with ease. This particular tire has a maximum load of 2,200 pounds at 75 psi. For a single axle boat trailer this would give you a combined...
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  • Trailer Tire Replacement for Size F78/14ST on 4,000 lb Axle
    Your trailer tire size F78-14st is an older tire size. The new label for that tire size is ST205/75-14. They are the same tire basically. For use with a 4,000 lb axle though you'd need a Load Range D to ensure you have the capacity needed. For that we have the Kenda ST205/75-14 # AM10235 which has a capacity of 2,200 lbs when inflated to 75 psi.
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  • High Capacity Rim and Tire in 205/75R14 Size, Load Range D
    First thing you need to know is the bolt pattern of the old wheel so that you can go with a rim that will bolt up to your trailer. I attached a help article that details how to determine bolt pattern. Most likely you have a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. For a trailer wheel and tire combo that comes mounted with a Load Range D tire in the same size as the # AM10235 you would want the part # AM32161.
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  • What is the Maximum Speed for Kenda Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10235
    The Kenda Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10235 referenced in your question has a maximum speed rating of 75 mph. This is a Load Range D tire that has a maximum load of 2,200 pounds at 65 psi. I have attached a short video demonstration on this tire for you to check out as well.
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  • Speed Ratings of Kenda Karrier and Taskmaster Tires
    The Kenda tire like what's used on the # AM32161 in size ST205/75R14 are rated for 81 mph, a similar wheel/tire combo from Taskmaster would need to be purchased separately because we don't currently have a combined option from that manufacturer in your size. We've carried Kenda Karrier tires for years, and as long as they're kept properly inflated, they are not overloaded and the tire's speed rating is observed, we've had no history of problems with them. Taskmaster Provider tires...
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  • Will a Load Range D Rated Trailer Tire Replace a Load Range C Rated Trailer Tire on the Same Trailer
    Yes, you can use a load range D tire such as Kenda Karrier ST205/75R14 radial tire # AM10235 and run it at 65 psi. If you are replacing the load range C tires with load range D it will fit just fine on your 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. You can run it at 65 psi just fine as long as the specifications on the tire allow it. The Kenda Karrier radial tire # AM10235 will have a ply rating of 8 and the maximum load capacity is 2,040 pounds at 65 psi. Please note that going with a higher capacity...
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  • Maximum Capacity of Load Range D Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire on Tandem Axle Trailer
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  • What Is The Speed Rating For Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire
    The trailer tires that we offer, like part # AM10235, have a 65 miles per hour maximum speed rating. Trailer tires are manufactured with thick side walls so they are able to handle heavier loads. This means the tire can create more heat. Travelling at a higher speed than what is recommended can generate more heat also. You will also want to make sure you keep the tires at its recommended inflation psi. At the maximum air pressure, the tires will perform and wear best, and get the...
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  • 14 inch Trailer Tire Recommendation with Higher Capacity than 1,870 lbs per Tire
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  • Availability of ST205/75R14 Galvanized Tire/Wheel in Load Range E
    We do have trailer tires size ST205/75R14 on galvanized wheels, however these are load range C tires. You will want part # AM32156. I have included a video review of this wheel and tire for you to check out. If you would like to go up a tire size, you can use ST205/75R15 Trailer Tire with 15" Galvanized Wheel, part # AM32397. See the video review of this trailer tire and wheel that I have included. This tire also has a load range C. Neither of these sizes will come in load range...
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    The Karrier ST205/75R14 # AM10235 that you referenced is only rated for 65 miles per hour. If you wanted to go with a tire in the same size with an 81 mph speed rating you would want the part # TTWTRTM2157514D. I attached a review video for this tire for you to check out as well.
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  • Recommended Load Range D Radial 14 Inch Tire For Trailer
    We do offer a 205/75-14 trailer tires and 215/75-14 tires that will work well for you. For a 215/75-14 tire I recommend the Taskmaster ST215/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire, part # TTWTRTM2157514D. This Load Range D tire has an 8 ply rating and has a maximum load capacity of 2,200 lbs at 65 psi. The 205/75-14 tire I recommend is the Karrier Radial Trailer Tire, part # AM10235. This is a load Range D tire with a load capacity of 2,200 lbs at 75 psi. This tire will fit rims that measure...
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  • What PSI Should Trailer Tires be Inflated to
    If you have Maxxis or Goodyear tires you should follow their inflation charts as they are unique in the trailer tire world and don't always recommend the max tire pressure. All of the manufacturers we carry with the exception of Goodyear state to always run max for the trailer tire inflated when cold.
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  • Can a Trailer Tire Rated for 65 Miles Per Hour be Run at 70 Miles Per Hour
    Going 5 miles over 65 is not going to damage a tire if you are within the capacity of the tire and it is inflated to the max psi rating on the tire. I still would recommend keeping it at or below the speed rating though to avoid any potential issues down the road. With that said there are some tires that are rated over 65 miles per hour. If you have ST215/75R16 tires I recommend # TTWTRTM2157514D. This is a load range D rated for 2,200 pounds at 65 psi and has a speed rating of 81 miles...
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  • Best Load Range D ST205/75-14 Trailer Tire
    For a load range D ST205/75-14 tire I recommend # AM10235. It is rated for 2,200 pounds at 75 psi. And it is rated for 81 miles per hour. We don't carry any Hankook trailer tires at this time. Make sure that you always inflate trailer tires to the maximum psi indicated on the tire. This is because trailer tires are built with a thicker sidewall than passenger vehicle tires to handle more vertical load. If under inflated that thicker sidewall will generate excessive heat and can cause...
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    In the world of metric tire sizing the three numbers in a tire size 205/75R14 refer to three different tire dimensions. All tire and wheel/tire products in your size are shown on the linked page, such as # AC14R45SM and # AM10235. The first number, 205, refers to the width of the tire in millimeters. The second number, 75, refers to the tire's sidewall aspect ratio (also called section height) and means in your case that the aspect ratio of your tire is 75% of the tire's width. The R...
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  • Recommended Tires for Pop-Up Camper
    The Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10235 would be an excellent radial tire for your camper. We also have the Loadstar ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1ST86 which, like your original tires, is a diagonal bias tire. The bias ply tire has a slightly lower weight rating (1,760 lbs at 50 psi). I usually recommend using a radial tire over a bias tire. Because of the construction of a radial tire, the tire has more flex and will allow for more ground contact. That will improve...
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  • Can a Trailer Tire be Ran at its Maximum Speed Rating for Long Periods of Time
    No, the speed rating on trailer tire # AM10235 does not have a duration it can run at speed. The rating is given based on the construction but also other factors as well. The assumption is that you would creep over 81 miles an hour from time to time. You would want to keep it at or below 81 miles per hour though. The key with trailer tires is to always inflate them to the maximum psi indicated on the tire. Trailer tires have a thicker sidewall than passenger vehicle tires. If under inflated...
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  • Can a Load Range C Tire Be Replaced with a Load Range D Tire
    Yes, you can replace your load range C tires with load range D tires without issue. It will only become any issue when you go down load ranges, not up. The tires will have the same overall diameter as long as they are the same size regardless of their load range. If you are looking for a recommendation on a 205/75-14 tire I recommend the Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire part # AM10235. This tire has a radial construction which is better for long highway hauls, a load range D rating...
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  • Replacement Load Range D Trailer Tires for 78-14 Load Range C Tires
    We definitely have load range D trailer tires that will work as replacements for your 78-14 tires, though are you certain that the "T-78-14" is not either an "F" or "J" ? I ask because I was not able to find a reference to a "T78-14" but there are equivalent replacement sizes if it was actually an "F" or "J". If you actually have an F78-14 the correct load range D replacement tire is the Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10235 which is an 8-ply tire like you were wanting and...
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  • Will Kenda 205/75-14 Tire # AM10235 Fit Dexter Mini Mod Wheel # AM20363
    Yes, the tire you referenced, Kenda Karrier 205/75-14 tire # AM10235, will fit on the rim you mentioned, Dexstar Mini Mod Wheel # AM20363. A 205/75-14 tire can fit 14-inch rims in several widths, 5, 5-1/2, 6, 6-1/2-inches, so it will fit properly on this Dexstar wheel. When inflated to its rated pressure of 65-psi this tire will support a Load Range D rating of 2040-lbs. Trailer tires should always be fully inflated to the specified COLD pressure on their side walls. Passenger car tires...
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  • Replacement 4.80/4.00-8 Tires for Sailboat Trailer
    We do indeed offer replacement 4.80/4.00-8 tires. If you needed a load range C, use part # AM10004 or part # AM10002 for load range B. If you were needing a wheel/tire combo, you'll need to know the bolt pattern of your existing wheels, 4 lug on a 4 inch bolt circle or 5 lug on a 4-1/2 inch bolt circle. Wheels are available in both bolt patterns, with either load B or C tires, using wheels that are white powder coated or galvanized steel. If you click the provided link, you can see the...
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  • Can Trailer Tires be Used on a Tow Dolly
    The first thing to check is what the tow dolly manufacturer recommends for the tow dolly. Trailer tires, designated with an ST in front of the size, are built with a thicker sidewall to handle more vertical load. Your tow dolly certainly does have some vertical load on it when the bike is loaded on that front platform. But ultimately I would stick with the recommendation of the tow dolly manufacturer to avoid any potential issues down the road. If you can use trailer tires then I would...
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  • Can Different Tire Brands be Used on Tandem Axle Trailer
    If all of your trailer tires are the same size, construction, and Load Range you would be just fine. I would may recommend having matching tire brands on each axle since you have 2 and 2 of each kind. I attached a help article on trailer tires for you to check out as well.
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  • Comparing Benefits of Bias Ply vs. Radial Type Trailer Tires
    Each type of trailer tire, bias ply or radial construction, offers certain advantages and in some circumstances one will be a better choice than the other. A bias ply tire has a stiffer sidewall than a radial, a feature that might be useful for off road applications like farm use and for very heavy loads. On the other hand, a radial tire flexes more than a bias tire, which gives it better ground contact, better traction, stability, and tread wear. For highway use radials are often preferred....
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  • What is the Speed Rating for Karrier ST205/75R14 Radial Trailer Tire
    Trailer tire # AM10235 is rated for 81 miles per hour maximum. Occasionally going above 81 miles an hour is not a big deal but you would not run it consistently over its speed rating. The issue is that trailer tires are built with a thicker side wall to handle more vertical load. This thicker side wall also means that the tire can generate more heat. Higher speeds create even more heat. You will want to avoid doing anything that will increase the amount of heat the tire can potentially...
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  • ST205/75-14 Trailer Tires for Summer Heat and Highway Speeds on a Boat Trailer
    Karrier tire # AM10235 is a great option. This is a radial tire and radials run cooler than bias ply tires. This tire is rated for 81 miles per hour and 2,200 pounds at 75 psi. Many trailer tires are rated for 65 miles per hour unless otherwise stated on the tire so that could be the problem. Another issue is the amount of air pressure you have in the tires. Trailer tires should be inflated to the maximum psi indicated on the tire. This is because trailer tires are built with thick sidewalls...
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