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Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G

Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G

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Radial special trailer tire has a ply rating of 14 and a 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester cords with a nylon overlay. Great for highway use. Fits 16" wheels. Lowest Prices for the best tires and wheels from Taskmaster. Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G part number PRG80235 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Taskmaster Tires and Wheels - PRG80235

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  • 16 Inch
  • 235/80-16
  • Load Range G
  • Radial Tire
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Radial special trailer tire has a ply rating of 14 and a 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester cords with a nylon overlay. Great for highway use. Fits 16" wheels.


Features:

  • Radial tire is great for highway use
  • Constructed with double steel belts and double polyester cords for a long life
    • Bake tested to ensure that the rubber holds over time
  • Nylon tread-firming belt overlays help prevent tread separation
  • Tread depth bars offer a quick visual indicator of tread wear
    • Tread is regroovable for additional mileage (federal and state laws may apply)
  • 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
  • Meets DOT specifications and exceeds FMVSS


Specs:

  • Fits: 16" x 6", 16" x 6-1/2", and 16" x 7" rims
  • Tire size: ST235/80R16
    • Section width: 9.3"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 30.8"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: G
    • Ply rating: 14
    • Maximum load:
      • Single tire: 4,080 lbs at 110 psi
      • Dual tires: 3,640 lbs at 110 psi
  • Tread depth: 11/32"
  • Maximum speed: 81 mph (speed rating M)
  • 2-Year limited warranty


Provider Radials

Provider radials are constructed with double polyester cords and double steel belts for increased durability and endurance. A protective layer of nylon is wrapped around the steel belts to help prevent tread separation. Provider radials are bake tested - a process usually reserved for automotive tires - to ensure that the rubber holds up over time.


Close up of prg80235 tread

The standard tread on this tire has solid, continuous ribs, and there are very few sipes (or thin grooves) cut into the rubber. This tire is designed for use on trailers, so it doesn't require the level of traction that would be needed on a vehicle that is braking or steering.


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.



PRG80235 Taskmaster Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Tire - LR G





Video of Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G

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




Video Transcript for Taskmaster Tires and Wheels - Tire Only - PRG80235 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the Provider ST 235/80 R16 Radial Trailer Tire in a load range G. Now, this radial tire is great for highway use. It's constructed with double steel belts, double polyester cords for a nice long life. The tire is bake tested to ensure that the rubber will hold up over time. It does also use a nylon tread firming belt overlay to help prevent tread separation, and they do have the tread depth bars like you'll see in your passenger car tires. They give you a quick visual indication of how the tread is wearing.

Now, in this big a tire the tread is also regroovable for additional mileage, but you do need to check your federal and state laws regarding that.This is a special trailer tire design. It couples the strength of a bias tire with the durability and stability of a radial tire. It is created specifically for trailers. It's not intended for use on any other vehicle. This tire does meet the DOT specifications, which are the Department of Transportation and it does exceed your Federal Motor Vehicle Safety standards.

A few specs on this, this tire is designed to fit wheel sizes from 16 inches by six inches, 16 by 6 1/2, and 16 inch by seven. Tire size, which is stamped on the side wall, ST for special trailer, 235/80 R16. The R means it's a radial. Section width on this is 9.3 inches. Overall diameter when it's inflated, from the bottom to the top is 30.8 inches.Now this tire is a load range G, which means it is a 14 ply rated tire, so the maximum load on this tire, if it's used in a single tire application, 4,080 pounds at 110 PSI, and if it's used in a dual tire application, 3,640 pounds and 110 PSI.

The last thing I do want to mention to you is almost all the new trailer tires are coming through with speed ratings now, so if you look right after the tire size that we went over, if you look right here there's two numbers and then right in the middle there's a letter M. Speed rating is always designated by a letter. The speed rating M would mean this is an 81 mile per hour speed rating. That should do it for the review on the Provider ST 235/80 R16 radial trailer tire in a load range G.


Customer Reviews

Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G - PRG80235

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (655 Customer Reviews)

Radial special trailer tire has a ply rating of 14 and a 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester cords with a nylon overlay. Great for highway use. Fits 16" wheels.

- PRG80235
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Tires performed as advertised. I'm very happy with them and would buy them again 602193



- PRG80235
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After multiple blowouts using E range tires I decided to try these G range tires out. Have not installed them yet, but these are beefy tires and look much better than anything I’ve bought before. Went ahead and bought the metal valve stems with the tires. Can’t wait to get on the road with these. 573409


Comments
The primary cause of premature tire failure is excessive heat build-up. The main causes of excess heat are overloading the tire, exceeding the tires speed rating and improperly inflating the tire. Each tire has a 4,080 lbs capacity if used as a single or 3,640 lbs if used as a dual. The tire carries an M speed rating, good for up to 81 mph and the tire should always be kept to its maximum
-- Mike L - 10/11/2018

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- PRG80235
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Great tire life tread wear 200,000 miles and going will be time to replace or regroove soon 602347



- PRG80235
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best company to order from the customer service is bar none 606328



- PRG80235
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I just bought these tires and had them installed so far so good. Stacey A was amazing with her customer service she made the buying process very simple and easy. She answered all my questions and listen to all my concerns. She’s a very professional person and very pleasant to talk to you on the phone. I Tires arrived on time I was giving updates on when they would arrive no issues everything went perfect when I need more tires that’s why I’m going back to Stacey A Best Regsrds 744580



- PRG80235
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After wearing out two sets of light duty tires I decided to go with the 14 ply Providers. We got 6 & 7000 miles out of the first two sets, stock and a set of Goodyear Endurance. The Providers have got over 4000 miles and you can’t see any wear at all. Plus the stiffer sidewall let it sway much less. We really like them. Recommend them to anyone wanting better load capacity and handling. 717803



- PRG80235
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These have performed flawlessly. I have blown many a tire on my trailers, some new and only a few months old. These are Currently on Forest River Wildcat MAXX 5th wheel. I have used these a year and no problem. Here in the West the Temps are above 100 degrees and speed limits of 75 mph. I you have repeatedly blown tires think about speed rating. My old tires would come apart at highway speeds. These are rated at 81 mph. Easy math, speed limit 70 mph pass a truck and you will exceed 80 mph easy. I recommend these to anyone who is driving on highways with speeds above 65 mph. 707797



- PRG80235
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As advertised, great tire. 625637



- PRG80235
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I mounted and (static mode) balanced 4 of these for my RV. The sidewalls and the beads are very thick. I put 105 psi in them. I was worried about a rough ride but they actually pulled very smooth. Not on thing shook loose over 2200 miles. The tires stayed cool. When I set my breaks up I dropped my gain back 7.5 to 7.0. These tires slid slightly at about 5 mph with 12000# on them. The OEM tires seemed softer @ 80 psi and I figured this is what prompted the adjustment. If you plan to dynamically balance them,be ready to part with some weights. Like any big heavy duty tire, the side walls tend to have heavier heavy spots. I’ve learned that good balancing on highway tires saves interior,suspension components,light bulbs,welds,bearings and tires. I’ll report back in a few thousand miles. We will see how they do in this Louisiana heat. 619888



- PRG80235
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Heck yeah!....got the trailer tires I ordered way before due date!...dang good service!!! 605626



- PRG80235
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Nice Tires 596952



- PRG80235
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Received my tires today they look great, they look a lot beefier then the crap they put on the 5th wheels today. after having two blow outs in less then 6months I was looking for a better quality tire and reading the reviews I figured I give them a try. 540176



- TTWTRTM2057515C
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Great service and communication. Fast shipping, no complaints! They stand by their "Lowest Price Pledge". 616080



- TTWTR21514
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Custer support was great to deal with.with ordering this priduct..and so was shipping..rite to my front door. .I would gladly buy off them again.. 194536



- TTWPRG235R16
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


When I'm looking for trailer parts this is the first and almost always the last place i have to go because they've got the parts at great prices!!! 476146



- TTWTRTM2358016E
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Trailer pulled extra smooth. Went from a D rated to an E rated . Loved the fact that I had the extra capacity of these tires. I will recommend these tires, look great and fast delivery!!! Thanks Etrailer!!! 288600



- TR20515D
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


great service ,speedy delivery, I've bought several tires from etrailer and have never been disappointed. I would recommend them to anyone and I'll continue to purchase products from trailer 643185



- TR20515D
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Thanks Susan for the all the help choosing the right tires for my 14x7 trailer. Feels so much better than the original tires and safer driving at speeds. Great tires and came when you said that they would. Thanks again. 676858



- TTWP15175
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Did place an order a tire for my 5th wheel and it turn out to my surprise it was free shipping i was sure it would take up to one week minimum to get it no no no within 2 days i received it just super services at Etrailer. You will be never disapoited regardless what you order not my first time and i garantie anyone it won't be the last. Thank you verry much at Etrailer. 342764



- TTWTRTM2057515C
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


I am extremely happy with my order. It was fast and easy. Thank you for the follow up emails that gave me peace of mind. I will definitely order from you in the future. Great job! 509445



- TTWPRG235R16
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


After 2 1/2 years of painful experience with a prominent brand of tires on our fifth wheel, torn up sides and skirts and having to change tires on Interstate Highways... If you have a 2012-2013 Keystone Montana or similar, you no doubt know which piece of garbage I am talking about. (Does Marathon ring any bell?) Having gone through 5 of 8 tires in 2 years, I bought 4 of these G rated Taskmaster Providers for our fifth wheel. In my case I had 6 inch wheels, so we also went to 6.5 inch wheels as specified by the tire specs. Had them balanced and there are now 5,000+ miles on them, performing flawlessly and tread looks like new. This is the solution, folks! 414368



- TTWPRG235R16
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Hi there, First of all, the track shipping was very acurate and fast. The DOT is very good. I cant talk for the tire because Im gonna go on the road just in april. 340645



- TTWTR21514
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Receive tires in three days was which was extremely good. great place to do business with, tires look good ,took a lot of weight on one rim to balance ,but the tires are on the trailer now but haven't put them on the highway yet so we'll have to wait and see how they perform 669175



- TTWPRG235R16
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Excellent tire. They are worth the price. One year later they still look brand new after pulling around approximately 3 ton of weight 6 days per week during the summer months. I highly recommend this tire and etrailer has the best price I could find anywhere. 294418



- TR20515D
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Review from a similar Taskmaster Provider Radial in Tires and Wheels


Please explain to me the reason they are advertised to have an 8ply rating but only have two steel belts and two polyester belts? Tires look fine but haven't road tested them. Please respond to my question via email. Please clear up my confusion on description of advertised ply rating and actual ply rating on the side of the tires? 452435


Comments
When a tire is given a ply rating, it doesnt necessarily indicate the number of layers of material the tire is constructed of. As the need for greater fuel economy and the cost of materials rises, the tire manufacturers have gone to using lighter but stronger materials like Kevlar that provide the same strength that would have taken several layers of materials years ago. Fewer layers also means less heat build-up, which is essential for longer tire life.All that really matters is the weight capacity of the tire. For example, the Provider ST20575R15 radial trailer tire Item TR20515D has a 2,150-lb maximum load at 65 psi capacity. With a trailer tire, you have to have it inflated to its max psi in order for the tire to have its full capacity.
-- Laura E - 11/17/2017

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    The Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G # PRG80235 are rated for 4,080 lbs at 110 psi and speeds up to 81 mph. You will see that we have 16 inch wheels that are rated for up to 4,400 lbs but when combined with this tire, you will be limited by the lesser weight capacity. For instance the Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 16" White Mod Wheel - 8 on 6-1/2 - Load Range G # A16R80GWM has a steel wheel rated for 4,400 lbs but the tire is only rated for 4,080,...
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    There are only a couple of differences between those tires. Each has the same width, but the Provider # PRG80235, which is the ST235/80R16 tire, has an outer diameter of 30.8" and a 4,080 capacity at 110 psi while the Provider # TTWPRG235R16 has a slightly larger outer diameter of 31.7" and slightly larger 4,400 lb capacity at 110 psi. These tires fit 16" x 6", 16" x 6-1/2", and 16" x 7" rims which is very likely what you already have so fit should not be an issue.
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  • Recommended ST235/80R16 Radial Tire and Aluminum Wheel with 6 Lug Pattern
    We do have a 14 ply tire in the ST235/80R16 size with the Provider Radial Trailer Tire # PRG80235. This particular tire features a maximum load of 4,080 pounds at 110 psi and an excellent speed rating of 81 mph. The will fit 16 inch wheels that have a 6 inch, 6-1/2 inch, or 7 inch width. We do also have a nice selection of aluminum 16 inch wheels with the 6 on 5-1/2 inch bolt pattern you are needing, however the highest capacity unit we offer is the HWT Aluminum Series S5 Trailer Wheel...
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  • Are 6-Lug Rims Compatible with 110 psi
    Great questions! I will answer your questions and then give a recommendation on what to do. a - The valve stem is more or less what determines the max psi rating for a wheel. So yes, there are wheels that can handle 110 psi as long as they have a metal valve stem. b - You definitely can swap out your current rubber valve stems and replace them with metal valve stems like part # AM20906. If your current tires are only rated for up to 80 psi and you were to fill them to 110 you would...
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  • Can I Use Load Range G Tires On a Wheel with Load Range E Tires
    The "J" that you are referring to has nothing to do with the load range but rather the shape of the bead on the trailer wheel. The main issues you are going to run into when upgrading to load range G tires is wheel capacity, not psi. The majority of 16x6 wheels with a 8 on 6-1/2" bolt pattern will be rated for enough to hold a load range G tire but if you instead have a 6 on 5-1/2" bolt pattern then we no not carry any wheels rated for enough to hold a load range G tire so I doubt yours...
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  • Higher Capacity Trailer Tire Recommendation for 2018 BigHorn Traveler by Heartland
    If your trailer is loaded to it's max weight you'd want tires with a higher weight capacity since your current setup would not allow the full capacity your trailer would need. The Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire Load Range G # PRG80235 has a weight capacity of 4,080 lbs at 110 psi so it would be ideal if you are near the weight limit of your trailer. These do require 110 psi which most likely your current valve stems would be rated for that, but for a higher rated valve stem...
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