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

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

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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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Kenda Tires and Wheels - AM1ST92

  • Tire Only
  • 15 Inch
  • 205/75-15
  • Load Range C
  • Bias Ply Tire
  • Kenda

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
  • Maximum 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.

1ST92 Loadstar K550 Bias Tire - LR C





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

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




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Customer Reviews

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1405 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
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Great selections, fast friendly service. 319622



- AM1ST92
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Tires look great, just had them install ed. 522010



- AM1ST92
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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


Comments
The tire worked just fine on my car hauler. Prompt and fair transaction.
Tedd R - 09/26/2015

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- AM1ST92
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Fair price easy doing business with. I will be buying from here again. For all my trailer needs 605333



- AM1ST92
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I'm Soo pleased with how good these tires perform. For years I just used old LT (light truck) tires on my trailer, assuming they were sufficient. These trailer tires give a much more confident and stable feel with towing. They were very affordable and , through some form of sourcery, etrailer fit them in a box to be delivered to my doorstep. 720568



- AM1ST92
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Had a blowout and needed a replacement. Came to etrailer.com for it. They had just the thing a Loadstar ST204/75D15 biased trailer tire that fit the bill. Local shops did not. Price was excellent, shipped the same day I ordered and it arrived two days later. It was packaged professionally, and exactly what I expected. Had it back on the rim same afternoon and am back on the road again. Price: Excellent Shipping : Excellent and it was free Service: Excellent Product: Excellent. Customer Service: You'll get none better anywhere else...they do it right. 419810



- AM1ST92
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Received order in about a week. etrailer even made price adjustment due to price drop on this tire after order date. Good fit after install. Same tire used by utility trailer mfg. —still in good shape after 11 yrs, replaced due to age of original tires. 478890



- AM1ST92
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I like these Loadstar tires. I haven't gotten high mileage from them -- maybe 20k I think, but they've never let me down on the road. Speed limits in western states probably are higher than these tires should run but I've used them at these speeds at 95 degrees outside without issue. Shop around for them, and the etrailer tire/wheel combo is worth it if you buy here. Tire shops tell me the wheel steel isn't stout and that I should deflate to about 30 psi when possible to avoid distorting the wheels. The tires are rated for about 50psi at max load. 549945


Comments
The Kenda AM1ST92 tire carries an M speed rating, which is good for speeds up to 81 mph. Unlike passenger car tires that can be ran at varying pressures with no problem, trailer tires have a thicker sidewall. Because of this, they need to be ran at the maximum pressure listed on the sidewall or excessive heat will build up in the tire which will reduce its life. Ill link you to a help article that contains more information about trailer tires.
-- Mike L - 08/06/2018

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- AM1ST92
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Arrived exactly when promised with another larger tire. $10 for mounting at the local repair shop and I am good to go. A bit better price than I could find locally. I have always been happy with my purchases from etrailer. 477193



- AM1ST92
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Since they are on a trailer they do not get used daily, but the do not jump around and trailer rides pretty smoothly. 639094



- AM1ST92
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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



- AM1ST92
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I purchased two Loadstar ST205/75D15 Trailer Tires. These were the same tires that I had on my trailer before. Long lasting ,carried the load well and rode smooth. etrailer had a good price and Free Shipping. They arrived on time and in good shape. When I need other trailer needs I will look to etrailer. 363805



- AM1ST92
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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



- AM1ST92
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bought tire to use as a spare but other 2 tires on utility trailer are the same ones and seem to be holding up good 551591



- AM1ST92
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Nice tire. Shipped fast. True to size. 750159



- AM1ST92
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Great Product. Great Service. Fast De livery. 737634



- AM1ST92
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Excellent customer service and fast shi pping. 734935



- AM1ST92
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Great shopping experience. Received quickly, and everything arrived in great condition. 733615



- AM1ST92
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I have a double axle landscape trailer. Last year I replaced 2 of the tires, this year I'll do the other 2. A very decent tire. Good price, hardly any tread wear. These replace the original trailer tire...which were not very good. 729709



- AM1ST92
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Allison did a great job helping me with my order. I explained the size of the tire and wheel and she. Reassured me it was the correct fit. 726312



- AM1ST92
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Quick delivery, easy install. So far so good 721955



- AM1ST92
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Placing my order was efficient and easy. I received it quickly and in perfect condition. Etrailer notified me as order was being handled and shipped. Very pleased! 715281



- AM1ST92
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This hard to find wheel size for our camper was perfect as well as the tire. Fast service! Highly recommend this company 715822



- AM1ST92
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Tires look like the exact one that came on my trailer.. I haven’t had time yet to install them, but the service, delivery and up to date info is great.. I will be spreading the word about etrailer... 700222



- AM1ST92
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Put these on our utility trailer a year ago, and so far are very pleased with their performance. Mainly use trailer to haul ATV and other items to deer lease. Usually drive 65-70 MPH, and tires track well. 693362


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