Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire - 8-14.5MH - Load Range E

Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire - 8-14.5MH - Load Range E

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Mobile home tire is designed for one-time use and has a maximum load capacity of 2,600 lbs at 85 psi. Lowest Prices for the best tires and wheels from Kenda. Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire - 8-14.5MH - Load Range E part number AM10321 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Tires and Wheels - AM10321

  • Tire Only
  • 14-1/2 Inch
  • 8-14.5
  • Bias Ply Tire
  • Kenda

Mobile home tire is designed for one-time use and has a maximum load capacity of 2,600 lbs at 85 psi.


Features:

  • Mobile home tire is designed for one-time use on mobile home axles
  • Nylon cord construction
  • Fits rim size 14-1/2" x 6"


Specs:

  • Tire size: 8-14.5MH
  • Section width: 8.0"
  • Outer diameter (when inflated): 27.7"
  • Load range: E
    • 10-Ply rating
  • Maximum load: 2,600 lbs at 85 psi


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Video of Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire - 8-14.5MH - Load Range E


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Video Transcript for Kenda Tires and Wheels - Tire Only - AM10321 Review

Today were going to review part number, AM10321. This is the Kenda K391M mobile home tire in size 8-14.5 in a 10 ply. This Kenda tire is size 8-14.5MH. The MH stands for mobile home. This is a 10 ply rated tire. It does have a section width of 8 inches.

The overall diameter is 27.7 inches. The capacity on this tire is 2,540 pounds at 85 psi. It is designed to fit on a rim size of 14.5 x 6 inches wide. Now this is a mobile home designed tire and when I say that a mobile home designed tire is not really designed to be used on a trailer. It is not designed for the highway speeds, and also it will be stamped on the tire where it says 8-14.5MH right after it its printed for mobile home use only, and basically what that means is a mobile home tire is basically designed to be used to deliver that mobile home to a certain location and then thats pretty much it just a one-time use.

So we do not recommend this as being a trailer tire. It is more a mobile home designed tire. And that should do it for the review on part number AM10321, the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire in size 8-14.5.


Customer Reviews

Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire - 8-14.5MH - Load Range E - AM10321

Average Customer Rating:  4.3 out of 5 stars   (4 Customer Reviews)

Mobile home tire is designed for one-time use and has a maximum load capacity of 2,600 lbs at 85 psi.

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Had the tires I needed for my trailer. Easy to order and received my order faster than expected. 710976



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This was my first order I wasn't extremely impressed with. Shipping was reasonable, as I ordered it before the new years holiday. Unfortunately this is a job I'm on a time line with, and two of my tires showed up looking like they've sat for 5 years at the bottom of a stack. Worst part is, they are load rating G so they aren't the most flexible tires either. I'll see how sitting them in front of heat all night does for them... Coming off a good truck, they weren't even slipping over the rims. 464674



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Great tire and delivery was quicker than I thought ?? 412901


Comments

It fell apart destroyed my rim and bent my fender on my trailer. Terrible tire!

Ken S - 08/01/2018

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This is a mobile home transport tire and is intended for a single use only at a maximum of 85 psi and a load capacity of upt to 2,600 pounds.

-- Rachael H - 8/2/2018


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I loved the ability to order tires from you. They are on my flat bed trailer and are working great! 346342


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  • Recommended Tires for Old Airstream Travel Trailer 24 Feet Long Single Axle 2800 lbs Empty
  • For your 14-1/2 inch wheels we have a load range E and a load range G tire available. I recommend the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire - Load Range E # AM10321. This tire is rated for 2,600 lbs at 85 psi and speeds of up to 65 mph. If you want new wheels as well, the we have the Dexstar # AM20308 that has a 6 on 5-1/2 inch bolt pattern and an offset of -0.5 inches or the Dexstar # AM20320 which has an 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern and a zero offset. With either option, you will also...
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  • Replacement Tires for a Triple Axle Boat Trailer with 8-14.5 Tires
  • An 8-14.5 tire is an odd size. It is a mobile home tire. We do have one option in this size, # AM10321. Given the odd size of the tire none of the radial trailer tires we have will fit. This tire is rated for 2,540 pounds at 85 psi. On a triple axle trailer with 6 of these tires the total capacity would be 15,240 pounds. Please note that going to a higher capacity tire will not increase the trailer capacity.
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  • Recommended Uses for Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire # AM10321
  • The Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire # AM10321 is intended for mobile home use only. A mobile home-use tire will sometimes be stamped with One-Time Use Only or a speed rating indicating that it is not intended for long-term use. One of the ways to tell if a tire is for mobile home use only is by the 14-1/2 inch size. The standard trailer size is 14 inches, so the mobile home tire will stand out as not being compatible for other multi-use trailers. If you can provide the size of your wheel...
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  • Replacement Trailer Tires for 8-14.5MH Load Range E Tires
  • We have the exact same tire size available, # AM10321. It is also the only 8-14.5MH tire we carry at this time. It is rated for 2,540 pounds at 85 psi. It is a mobile home tire used when they transport mobile homes to and fro. I have linked a video review of this tire for you.
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  • Trailer Tire Recommendation for 6k Axles on Equipment Trailer
  • So in terms of weight capacity you have to go with the tire size 235/80-16 since you need over a 3k capacity per wheel/tire. That size though has an overall diameter of 30.9 inches. So for the bolt pattern you need best option is the Westlake part # LHAW251. It has a capacity of 3,520-lb max load at 80 psi, a speed rating of 75 mph and a 2 year roadside program. If your RV or trailer has a flat tire, call the help line and a technician will come change the flat for you. You can call...
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  • Can 8-14.5 Mobile Home Tires Replace 7-14.5 Mobile Home Tires
  • Yes, our 8-14.5 size tires, Kenda # AM10321 and # AM10327, are acceptable replacements for your 7-14.5 size tires. You will just want to make sure that the extra inch of height will not interfere with your farm trailer. Please keep in mind that mobile home tires like these are meant for only a one-time use. Since you will probably be getting a lot of use out of your farm trailer you may want to consider using a different tire/wheel combination. If you do wish to change this equipment...
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  • Recommend Replacement Tire for Limited Clearance on Mobile Home Axle
  • The tire size you referenced, 8-14.5 has an overall diameter of 27.7 inches and a width of 8 inches. You could use the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire # AM10321, as a direct replacement. For a replacement wheel and tire package that will fit the # 8-201-5UC3 and the # 42655UC1 hubs with a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern, we have the Karrier Tire and Wheel, part # AM32664. However this wheel and tire combo has an overall height of 28.4 inches and a width of 8.9 inches. You would need to measure...
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  • Recommended Replacement for 14.5 x 7 Tire on Trailer
  • For a replacement tire that will fit your existing 14-1/2 inch wheels, I recommend the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire # AM10321. This 8-14.5 sized tire will be about an inch wider than your current tires, so you will just need to make sure you have the clearance necessary on your trailer. The overall diameter of the new tire is 27.7 inches. The tire has a maximum load of 2,600 pounds at 85 psi and a 10-Ply rating. I have attached a short video demonstration on this tire that you can also...
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  • What Size Tire Is A 8-14.5 and Can It Be Replaced with a Car Tire?
  • An 8-14.5 tire is a metric sized tire that has a rim width range of 6 inches and an overall diameter of 27.7 inches. An 8-14.5 tire is normally seen on a motor home axle, which is designed for one time use only. A good ply G rated tire to replace this is the # AM10327 it has a maximum capacity of 3,070lbs at 116psi. For a ply E rated tire we have the # AM10321. This tire will have a maximum capacity of 2,540lbs at 85 psi. Some trailers can use a light truck tire but you do not...
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  • Recommended Replacement Tires for 8 x 14.5 Heavy Trailer Tires
  • If you want to keep your current size, then you can use the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire - 8-14.5MH - Load Range E # AM10321. They are rated for 2,600 lbs at 85 psi with a section width of 8 inches and an outer diameter or 27.7 inches. If you want new wheels too, I recommend the Dexstar Stud-Piloted Steel Wheel w/ Offset - 14-1/2" x 6" - 6 on 5-1/2 - White Powder Coat # AM20308. My recommendation for lighter tires to run smoother are to change to 15 inch rims and load rand D tires....
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  • Recommendation for Special Trailer Tire To Replace 8-14.5 LT Tires
  • It sounds like you have wheels and tires that were on a mobile home. These are not a common size and if they came from a mobile home then they are meant for one time use. We do have a few 14-1/2 inch tires that could be used as replacements: Item # AM10327 rated for 3,070-lbs at 116 psi and Item # AM10321 rated for 2,600-lbs at 85 psi. You might be able to move to a different and more common size (like a 15 inch tire) but only if there is 3-4 inches of clearance space with the trailer...
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  • Replacement Tire Solution Recommendation for Trailer with Motorhome Tire 7-14.5
  • Best tire replacement solution we have would be the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire # AM10327 which is similar to what you have and based on the amount of dry rot on the picture in your tire would be a huge improvement. That said your ideal solution will be to replace the axle you have with a standard trailer axle so that you can use trailer components that are designed for more than one-time use. You are going to need to measure your current axles in a few places to get the correct...
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  • Replacement Tires for Trailer that has 7-14.5
  • We have the 8-14.5 trailer tire size that should work well for you. It would just be an inch wider than what you have. For that you would want the part # AM10321.
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  • Recommended One-Time Use Tire For Mobile Home
  • The only 8-14.5 tire we offer is designed to be used for a mobile home and is intended for one-time use only. The tire is the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire, part # AM10321. This is an 8-ply rated tire that has a maximum load rating of 2,540 lbs at 85 psi. I have attached a product review video you can check out.
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  • Can 8-14.5MH Tires Replace 7-14.5MH Tires
  • You can use 8-14.5MH tires in place of your existing 7-14.5MH tires. It is important to note that these are mobile home tires and are designed for one-time use. We have 2 options of 8-14.5 tires for you. The Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire, 8-14.5MH, Ply E # AM10321 has a maximum load capacity of 2,540 pounds at 85 psi. The Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire, 8-14.5MH, Ply G # AM10327 has a maximum capacity of 3,070 pounds at 116 psi. Both tires have an outer diameter when inflated of 27.7...
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  • What Does 8 in Tire Size 8-14.5 Mean
  • That refers to the width of the tread. So the 8-14.5 like the part # AM10321 has a section width of 8 inches and a 7-14.5 has a width of 7 inches.
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  • Recommendations to Replace 7x14.5 Size Tires on Heavy Duty Trailer
  • The closest replacement tire we have available to the 7x14.5 size you currently have mounted on the trailer is the Kenda K391M Mobile Home Tire # AM10321. This tire is just about an inch wider than your existing set. The issue though, like the tires you have mounted now, is that mobile home tires are really only designed for one time use. Because of this, I recommend replacing the wheels and tires on your trailer altogether. For a closely sized alternative that will work much better...
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  • Can 14.5 Mobile Home Wheels be Easily Changed Out to 15 Inch Standard Wheels
  • In order to change from a 14.5 to a 15 wheel on your mobile home you will need to know your bolt patten. (I have attached a FAQ article that covers how to determine bolt hole patterns). There is a chance that your mobile home has a standard bolt pattern which will make changing easy. If you do find you have a standard bolt pattern, you may be able to find a wheel that will match up with your hub. I have attached 15 inch tire/wheel options in both bias ply and radial for you. If you...
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  • Availability of Trailer Replacement Tire Size of 8-14.5
  • If you are looking for replacement tires in the size of 8-14.5 we have the part # AM10321. Keep in mind that this is a mobile home tire. It is designed for one-time use in moving a mobile home, and is meant to be discarded after that. Using mobile home axles and wheels seems like a great idea at the time folks are constructing a home made trailer. They are cheap and readily available. The problem is that replacement parts are usually not available, once again, because the axles are not...
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  • Are 14-1/2 Inch Trailer Tires Common and Options for 14-1/2 Inch Trailer Tires
  • While not common there are trailers out there that use 14-1/2 inch tires. We do have a couple of 14-1/2 inch tires; # AM10327 rated for 3,070 pounds at 116 psi and # AM10321 rated for 2,600 pounds at 85 psi. Assuming you go with the higher capacity option it would take 6 of them to have enough capacity for an 8 ton application. You could potentially go to a different, more common size (I would go to a 15 inch) but only if there is space enough on the trailer for the larger size.
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  • Availability of Trailer Tire Size 8-14.5
  • We have the tires you are looking for. You would want the Kenda K391M Tire part # AM10321 as it is a 8-14.5MH tire.
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  • Can Passenger Vehicle Hubs Be Used On Mobile Home Axles
  • Mobile Home axles are meant for one time use only so replacement parts, like wheels and tires are very limited. The one tire we offer that is designed specifically as a mobile home tire is part # AM10321 which is an 8-14.5 tires. It fits a 14-1/2 x 6 inch wheel. The only wheel we have in this size is # AM20308. It has a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern and features a 1/2 inch negative offset. I would not recommend replacing the hubs on a mobile home axle or using tires or wheels designed...
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  • 8-14.5MH Trailer Tire Recommendation
  • We have the tires you are looking for. You would want the Kenda K391M Tire part # AM10321 as it is a 8-14.5MH tire.
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  • Replacement Tire Recommendation for 7.5-14 Size on Mobile Home Wheel
  • We have the 8-14.5 trailer tire size that should work well for you. It would just be an inch wider than what you have. For that you would want the part # AM10321.
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  • Replacement Parts to Lower Hay Trailer with Mobile Home Axle
  • If I'm understanding the big picture here, you're wanting to lower the trailer by putting smaller wheels and tires on; but there is a major issue that's going to hold us back from this-mobile home axles and their components are only designed to be used once, and then thrown away. For this reason, parts are either very difficult to find or just aren't made. I can't say that I've ever heard of a lug conversion kit for a trailer axle and if they are available, it isn't a product that we currently...
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  • Wheel With 6 on 5-1/2" Bolt Pattern That is Approximately 14 Inches
  • We carry something close but not a wheel that is exactly 14" and has a 6 on 5-1/2" bolt pattern. The closest we offer is the Dexstar # AM20308, which has a 6 on 5-1/2" but is 14-1/2" in diameter. This is a steel wheel with a white powder coat that has a -0.5" offset.
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  • Can Regular Trailer Tires be Used to Replace Mobile Home Tires on Trailer
  • We do offer a replacement tire, part # AM10321 that would work on a 14-1/2 inch rim. Keep in mind that 14-1/2 inch rims are typically used on a mobile home axle that are designed for one-time use in moving a mobile home and is meant to be discarded after that. Using mobile home axles and wheels seems like a great idea at the time folks are constructing a homemade trailer. They are cheap and readily available. The problem is that replacement parts are usually not available, once again, because...
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  • Is there a Different Tire Size that Will Fit in Place of an 8-14.5 Tire
  • Another 8-14.5 tire would be the only way to go, # AM10321. Half sizes, like this 14.5, are not common and there isn't a metric equivalent. This particular tire is rated for 2,540 pounds at 85 psi and is a replacement for motor home axles, which is why you do not see a lot of tires in this size. It is a specialty size because mobile home axles are meant for one-time use only.
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  • Will There Problems If Upgrading Tires at Different Times on a Tandem Axle Trailer
  • The biggest problem you would experience by switching out one set at a time would be that the trailer axles would no longer be riding on the exact same tires with a similar amount of wear. This is probably going to affect the ride of the trailer, and may cause excess sway. It is really best to replace all tires at one time so that they wear the same way. Another issue would be that it does not look like 205/75-15 tires are readily available in a 8-ply load range D. None of our suppliers...
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