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Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B

Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B

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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 12" x 4" wheels; its maximum load is 840 lbs at 55 psi. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B part number AM10064 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM10064

  • Tire Only
  • 12 Inch
  • 5.30-12
  • Load Range B
  • 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 12" x 4" wheels; its maximum load is 840 lbs at 55 psi.


Features:

  • Great for off-road and agricultural use
  • Exceeds DOT requirements


Specs:

  • Fits: 12" x 4" rims
  • Tire size: 5.30-12
    • Section width: 5.6"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 21.9"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: B
    • Ply rating: 4
    • Maximum load: 840 lbs at 55 psi
  • 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.


Bias Tires vs. Radial Tires

Bias vs. radial tire graphic

Bias ply tires are designed for off-road or agricultural applications. They are built with thick, durable nylon cords that are positioned at a 30- to 45-degree angle to the direction of travel. The layers alternate in a crisscross pattern, making the sidewalls stiffer so that the entire tire is able to flex easily. As a result, the tire provides a smooth ride and improved handling when trailering on uneven surfaces.



10064 Kenda K353 Bias Tire - LR B






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Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B - AM10064

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1936 Customer Reviews)

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 12" x 4" wheels; its maximum load is 840 lbs at 55 psi.

- AM10064
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These were perfect replacements for my old trailer tires. Shipping was fast, got them a day earlier than expected. Joshua was very helpful with information about making sure I got the right tire for my needs. Thanks!



- AM10064
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Husband is very happy. He wasn't sure about getting tires delivered to the house but for once he was glad he just shut up and let me handle it. Love it when I'm right. Will definitely use y'all again



- AM10064
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Exactly the way I like things to go , fast shipping, the right tires just like I ordered and no B-S . Super easy to do business with , using them on the back of my 51 Crosley pickup,thank you. r. North Canton, Ohio



- AM10064
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Do not say KENDRA anywhere on them, Brand LOADSTAR?


Comments
I contacted Americana which manufactures the Kenda Loadstar brand. The bias trailer tires will say Loadstar or a code number with a K in front of it for Kenda.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 07/03/2018


- AM10064
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seems like a good tire. Can't see anything wrong with it.



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- AM10004
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I purchased these to replace the tires on my boat trailer. They fit the rim but seemed slightly smaller than the tires I took off. The only other thing I noticed is that the tires were made a few months apart and had slightly different lettering. The font or design was different between the two. Since I only had one on each side, it didn’t really matter. Nobody will ever notice it. The tire was as described and should fit the need perfectly. I have already pulled it a few times but nothing heavy, just a couple hundred pounds max including the trailer.


Comments
So far, so good. Still holding air and track great down the road.
Corey - 06/09/2021


- AM1ST92
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


etrailer.com , I buy all my trailer tires from you, best price, fast shipping.


Comments
For the past 12 years Ive only bought Loadstar trailer tires for the vintage trailer I work on, I havent had a single problem with anyone them. You keep making them Ill keep buying them.
Wayne - 07/25/2021


- AM10062
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I got this tire for my utility trailer because my old ones dry rotted out and finally started leaking after 28 years. I first replaced the spare and then the two on the trailer. These Kenda tires came in holding good tire and bead shape, not twisted or mangled. I was pleased with that. The went on the rims really easy. I do it by hand using motorcycle tire irons. I also replaced the valve stems. I recommend these Kenda tires.


Comments
Everything is fine tire are great no problems
Theodore - 02/20/2021


- AM1ST79
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


So this is the second set of these I have ordered for my 2001 Palamino Pop Up. The first set held air pressure all 10 years I had them and we took 25 trips with them (I just checked that fact the other day). So we had no problems until one popped on the interstate. At 10 years old, not a surprise nor disappointing. Now the last set I ordered were already on rims mounted and balanced. These new ones came packaged as tires only. The my are way deformed for shipping and folded on half. We will see if they right themselves under air pressure. Not sure how they will get mounted. I used a mounting and balance machine a long time ago only an Army auto craft shop. Can’t imagine how these will turn out. I will update my rating if the experience is a debacle. If the tire shop thinks nothing of it, I will leave myv5 star rating as is.


Comments
The tires are perfect. They mounted just fine and ride just fine. Still holding air and haven’t added any in a year. We don’t pull it much these days, but I am confident I have a solid tire.
Jeffrey - 07/19/2021


- AM1HP56
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Well I'm not sure how long the 2 tires for my trailer took to arrive after I ordered, but it wasnt long. Had some rims from the local RV outfit that came with the range C or D. I had em mounted and balanced. Never come balanced from the local. So I wanted to see if it made a smoother pull on the pavement and I believe it did, in conjunction with a much better looking heavier duty tire with a different tread pattern as well. I have a 7x14 custom utility trailer that's pretty heavy duty with a flipped 5' axle which puts me flush with the outer of the deck and the sidewalls. I'm hoping to get 3 of my trips out of these without any signs of needing replaced from wear and tear. Theres about 20 miles a trip on a rocky grated road that the C and Ds didnt handle too well after 2 or 3 of these treks. So that why 4 stars for now, but so far so good. If E-trailer will send me another review link in a year I will be happy to give a complete review then.


Comments
Its been a year and Ive only done the trek once and a few other smaller trips since.. the tires still look new a d beefy and my ride is smooth as ever.. I feel like these are gona last much longer than anything in the past.. great tires and would recommend to a to anyone who needs a good heavy duty tire that gives piece of mind.
Christopher S - 07/05/2021


- AM1ST96
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I haven’t mounted them on my trailer but I’m concerned about quality control . Two are identical . The third seems to be narrower along the inside wall and won’t stand on its own like the other two .


Comments
Hi Gene, Thanks for your feedback! Sometimes tires will look skinnier after being stacked up in the warehouse. Once they are mounted and set at the correct air pressure it will perform as it should.
-- Etrailer Expert Tyler M - 03/24/2021


- AM10062
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Tires were ordered, shipped fast !, i have never received anything as fast as these from anyone online !. i can not say how good they are yet ?, i just mounted them on the rims by hand on 6/22/2020. not sure how some buyers complained the tires they got from etrailer were too hard to mount ?, couple 2 inch ratchet straps wrapped around them after sitting in the sun for about 15 mins, they were pretty easy. little hint when mounting tires on rims by hand: grease the lip of the rim and inside of tire, NOT ALOT !. tire will go on easy, least they do for me. i can not say how good these tires are ?, or how long they will last ?, i just installed them, and have not pulled my boat trailer anywhere yet. i can say the price was a tad high ?, but they ARE 6-ply tires !!. well worth the price if they hold up ?. mounted these on my haul right boat trailer, old tires that were installed on the trailer that came on it have been sitting a lot sense 2010, they were dry rotted, was time to buy new tires,I choose etrailer from reading reviews on fast shipping, great prices ?, so far..most are correct !. again, can not say how long these tires last ?, but if i get a couple seasons out of them ?, I'LL BE A HAPPY BOATER !..LOL. i am including some pic's of them mounted on my 14ft boat trailer. my only concern is putting 90 psi into them ?, this just seems WAY too much air pressure for a small tire ?, so i decided on just putting 80 psi in them, after all, they are 4.80x12 tires, and they wont be hauling nothing heavy other than my aluminum boat and motor, and some light gear ?, no need in putting 90 psi in them for my short road trips.


Comments
We do recommend to inflate trailer tires to their max PSI to prevent heat build up which is the leading cause of blow outs. The only brand that is designed to be used with a lower PSI per load weight is the Goodyear Brand.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 07/08/2020


- AM1HP50
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Purchased 4 new tires for my golf cart, also known as the dog cart taxi for my 2 lazy hounds! Tires were best price I could find, free shipping which is a rarity these days, and UPS delivery literally within days of purchase, even though a weekend online purchase. When I need new trailer and golf cart tires I’ll be a return customer. Thank You!


Comments
Great set of tires, comfortable ride around our neighborhood on our EZ Go golf cart
Mark - 07/10/2021


- AM1HP52
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


These are OEM replacements on folding trailer. Very satisfied with them as they were 10 years old and showed little treadwear and very little aging, just time to retire (pun sorry). Happy that Kenda has kept same design over the years. Nice deep tread pattern that will continue to contact highway and off-road conditions.


Comments
Only about a thousand miles after 1st year, absolutely no issues. Just like the originals. Great product!
Brian - 07/11/2021


- AM10012
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Great product sold by a first class online retailer. Great communication fast shipping and quality what more do you want.


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One year later and these tires have been great.
Chris L - 06/27/2021


- AM1ST79
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


This is the first time I have ordered trailer tires from Etrailer and I did not know what to expect with regard to service and product quality. The last pair of tires I had on my pontoon boat trailer were 185/80R13 Marathon tires but according to the specifications, the Etrailer 185/80R13 tires had a better load rating and higher safe speed rating than my old Marathon tires. My Etraier tires also have a 2/2018 date of manufacturing which was also a plus.


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Great ... I sold my pontoon boat recently but the tires exceeded my expectations. I now go to Etrailer for tire recommendation and technical advise. I recently bought a spare tire and rim for my new Venture trailer from Etrailer. Thanks, PW
Pat - 09/07/2019



- AM10002
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I had to replace the tires on the utility trailer I tow behind my garden tractor. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I ordered these Kenda tires as I had no previous experience with them. I was very pleasantly surprised with them. They are far better than the old tires I took off the trailer and have performed better than expected. I am completely satisfied and would definitely buy them again!!



- AM1ST90
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I've been very pleased with etrailer. We decided to winter our boat on a trailer at home instead of paying for storage. Finding an appropriate trailer and refurbishing it has worked well with their help. We added a surge coupler, brakes, tires, rims, lights and wiring, and changed from bunks to stands and an extra cross member. Thanks.



- AM10010
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Nice fresh rubber and larger diameter than the dry rotted tires I removed. Date code on tires less than 6 months old. Installed with two tire spoons and a lot of soap. As ever fast shipping, good prices and excellent service from etrailer.



- AM10004
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


This really is the best tire for small trailers. This trailer is towed behind a motorcycle and all other tires have come apart even in as little as 100 miles. Typically, we run 3000 miles on a motorcycle trip and the tire is cost effective enough to be changed for every trip. I have not had one of these come apart in 100 degree plus heat at 70 mph.



- AM10066
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Have towed about 500 miles with no problems. Not 5 stars do to not knowing longevity yet. Installed on my boat trailer with 16’ fiberglass center console boat as load. Tires run smooth and quiet.



- AM10002
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


My wheelbarrow got a flat...again. So I tried a different route. It's a trailer tire but I noticed it is 8in, the same as my wheelbarrow. This is a much more robust tire than the ribbed [tire] that typically lives there. I think the load rating is like 750lbs, way more than I will ever put in there. Anyway if you want to put a truly heavy duty tire on you wheelbarrow, this is it. etrailer had the best price and it got here fast.



- AM1ST76
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Shipment was quick and just what I ordered. They match the spare I already had on my boat trailer. Had them mounted locally and now trailer is rolling as good as new. I am happy with my purchase.


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So Far so good... seem to be holding up fine
Mark E - 02/20/2021


- AM10002
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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I am using this tire for my wheel borrow. I have used Kenda tires for my motorcycle and have been pleased. The last tire I bought for the wheel borrow only lasted a couple of years before it was literally coming apart at the tread. Very thin rubber. I figured a DOT rated tire should last a very long time. I'll find out!


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Ask the Experts about this Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels

  • Highest Load Rated Tires & Wheels for 6 on 5.5" Lug Pattern and Smallest Overall Diameter
    I have checked into Tires+Rims and Tires Only, where the rim size is 14.5" and the load value is "G" or greater. The best option is the Kenda # AM33135DX Tire and Wheel which has a 27.7" outside diameter, fits your bolt pattern and is rated for 3070 pounds capacity. This is the smallest diameter we have that has the load capacity you are needing. The manufacturers load rating is valid from 1 mile per hour to their maximum speed rating. The load capacity does not go up if you drive...
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  • What Would Cause Trailer Tires to Wear on The Insides
    A tire that is wearing more on the inside of the tread usually means that the trailer is either overloaded or the tire is toed out at the bottom which could be the result of something being bent, like the spindle, or out of alignment. You could take your trailer to an alignment shop that does work on trailers and have them inspect the trailer to see if they can pinpoint the issue if your trailer isn't overloaded. Otherwise the Kenda Tire part # AM10064 would basically wear the same...
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  • Replacement Tire Size for 4 Winns 190 Horizon Boat Trailer
    I don't have any reference material that would tell me what the tire size of your boat trailer is. Unlike passenger vehicles, this information isn't easily researchable. The tires that are currently on the trailer should have the tire size listed on the tire sidewalls as shown in the diagram I've provided. If you could provide the tire size and load rating, I'd be happy to recommend some replacement tires for you. I'll also link you to an FAQ article about trailer tires.
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  • Comparing a 5.30x12 and 5.70x8 Trailer Tire
    A 5.30x12 tire such as part # AM10064 is around 21.7" diameter x 5.3" wide whereas a 5.70x8 tire such as part # AM10013 is around 18.1" diameter x 5.7" wide. Therefore, the new tire will be 3.6" taller x .5" narrower than the one you have now. You only need to account for half of each measurement for clearance. I have attached a list of our 5.30x12 tires for you as well.
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  • Recommended 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire
    We have a great option for a highly durable 5.30-12 trailer tire that is going to be perfect for the more rugged terrain of camping trails, the Kenda 353 Bias Trailer Tire. You only need to know what load range is appropriate, which depends on the weight of your loaded trailer: - Load Range B (840 lb capacity per tire): Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 # AM10064 - Load Range C (1,045 lb capacity per tire): Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 # AM10066 These have a stiffer...
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  • Do Higher Trailer Load Ranges Allow for Higher Speed Ratings
    Load Range for trailer tires has to do with the weight capacity. The higher the Load Range the higher the weight capacity and usually the higher the PSI recommendation for the tire. Going with a higher Load Range will not give you the ability to travel at higher speeds. 65 miles per hour is typically the standard max speed for trailer tires. Exceeding that figure will cause excessive heat to build up and increase the risk of tire failure regardless of Load Range. Cracking on the sidewall...
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  • Replacing a 145-12 Trailer Tire with a 5.30-12 Trailer Tire
    A 5.30-12 trailer tire and a 145-12 trailer tire are both very similar. A 5.30-12 tire measures 21.9" diameter x 5.6" wide whereas a 145-12 tire measures 21.3" diameter x 5.7" wide. This means that the new 5.30-12 tire will be .3" taller and .05" narrower than a 145-12 tire. I am almost certain you will have enough room for this but you may want to take a few measurements just to be sure. For a 5.30-12 trailer tire, we have a load range B (840 lbs) part # AM10064, a load range C (1,045...
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  • How To Determine What Bearings Are Needed On Travel Trailer
    When replacing bearings on a trailer, you will need to know what size bearings will fit the spindle on your trailer axle. The best way is to remove the old bearings and check for the numbers on the bearing. That way you get an exact match. If you are unable to find the numbers on the bearing, you will need to measure the spindle surface as shown in the attached drawing to make sure you get the right size. Because the load range can vary on tires that are 5.30-12 it would be difficult...
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  • Which 5.30-12 Tire Load Range for 1,800 lb Jayco 1207
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  • Recommended PSI for Size 5.30-12 Tires
    The psi should be listed on the sidewall of the tire. It is recommended that tires always be inflated to the max psi. The max psi of the tire will depend on the tire's load range, not the weight of the trailer. For instance, we carry 5.30-12 tires in load ranges B, C, and D. The maximum psi is 55 for one of our load range B tires, 80 for a load range C, and 105 for a load range D. However, different tire manufacturers may have different psi ratings even for the same tire size and load...
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  • Replacing 5.30-12 Wheels and Tires With Smaller 5.7-8 Wheels and Tires
    You can switch to a smaller size wheel and tire as long as you do not have brakes that will interfere with the smaller wheel or a trailer with to much weight for the smaller tires. The Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel # AM30153 has a wheel with the 4 on 4" lug pattern. It is a Load Range D tire with a 910lb capacity. It is 5.8" wide and has an outer diameter of 18" which is roughly 1/4" narrower and 4" smaller than your current 5.30-12 # AM10064.
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  • Replacement Trailer Tires for 155/80R12
    I do recommend the 5.30x12 as it is by far the closest to your current 155/80R12. I put the sizes below for you to compare. 155/80R12 -Width- 6.1" -Height- 21.8" 5.30x12 -Width- 5.5" -Height- 21.9" I would recommend using bias ply for your driving as radial tires are more at home on the highways. For the load rating I would stick with the same rating that the trailer manufacturer recommended. This information can be found on the Data Tag on the front drivers side of the...
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  • Will the # AM10064 Rim Fit on a 4 Inch Wide Rim
    Yes, the Kenda 5.30 X 12 Trailer Tire, load range B, item # AM10064, will fit on 4 wide rims, like the Dexstar Steel Spoke Trailer Wheel, item # AM20122.
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  • Tire and Wheel Recommendation for Small Boat Trailer with 5.30 x 12 tires on 4 Lug Wheels
    Hi Tony, The pilot hole (large center hole) on the tire/wheel combos we carry with the 5.30-12 tire size can either be 2.84 inches or the smaller and less common, 2.52 inches. There is only one 4-lug wheel configuration, that being the 4 on 4 bolt pattern you mentioned. Based on the photos you sent, I recommend the Kenda 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire with 12" Galvanized Wheel # AM30710. This tire and wheel combo features the same 4-ply construction and load range as the tire in your photos...
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  • What is the Speed Rating for Kenda Karrier S-Trail ST145/R12 Radial Trailer Tire
    The trailer tires we carry are rated for 65 miles per hour at most. Traveling 80 miles an hour will produce too much heat for a trailer tire. The problem is that trailer tires are made with a thicker side wall than passenger vehicle tires. This means that they can get hotter faster and going over the rated speed will lead to excessive heat build up. Excessive heat build-up in a tire can lead to diminished tread life and tire failure. Radial tires dissipate heat better but are still rated...
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  • Can I Replace 5.30-12 Tires For 20.5 x 8-10 Tires On Utility Trailer With Limited Clearance
    Since you do not have much clearance between your existing tire and the trailer frame with the 5.30-12 on the trailer I do not recommend to use 20.5 x 8-10 tires because the section width is actually wider than the existing tire that you have on the trailer. The modern equivalent to 20.5 x 8-10 tires is a 205/65-10 and even at their lightest load range of B part # AM1HP50 the section width is still 8.3" compared to the 5.30-12 load range B part # AM10064 that is 5.6" section width. We...
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  • Is Load Range Important When Replacing Trailer Tires on a Popup Camper
    The load range tire used is going to depend on the gross trailer weight capacity, which should be on a sticker or plate near the front of the trailer frame or in the trailer's literature. It probably also indicates the load range, or at least the capacity, on your existing tires. For a 5.30-12 we have 3 different load ranges: B, C, and D. For a load range B use # AM10064. It is rated for 840 pounds at 55 psi. For a load range C we have # AM10066 rated for 1,045 pounds at 80 psi. And...
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  • Recommendation for 5.3-12 Trailer Tires
    If you are in need of tires only, Kenda offers three different load ranges for a 5.3-12 trailer tire. The Load Range B tires, # AM10064, come with a maximum load rating of 840 pounds at 55 psi, Load Range C, # AM10066, with a maximum load rating of 1,045 pounds at 80 psi, and the Load Range D, # AM10068, a maximum load rating of 1,250 pounds at 105 psi. Hub-centric wheels center on the hub using the hub bore and wheel bolts rather than lug nuts to attach to the hub. If your wheels are...
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  • What Causes Uneven Trailer Tire Tread Wear with New 5.30-12 Tires
    All trailer tires must always be inflated to the specified maximum cold psi pressure as noted on the tire sidewall. Tires should never be under- or over-inflated at any time as this can lead to heat build up, uneven tread wear, loss of weight capacity or a blowout. A trailer tire cannot meets its load rating unless it is inflated to the cold tire pressure noted on the sidewall. Usually an under-inflated tire will wear more on the outside edges of the tread surface; an over-inflated tire...
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  • Recommended 5.30-12 Trailer Tire for Off-Road Use
    We offer a 5.30-12 bias ply tire in load range C as # AM10066 or load range B as part # AM10064. These aren't what most would typically refer to as 'off road' trailer tires, but because bias ply tires have a stronger and thicker sidewall, they'll preform better in off-road situations than a comparable radial tire would. I'll link you to an article with more information about trailer tires.
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  • Will the 5.30 x 12 Tire Size Fit a Small Camper With a 4.80 x 8 Tire
    The 4.80 x 8 tire size that you have now is 16.1 inches tall and the overall width is 4.6 inches. If you go to the 5.30 x 12 tire size, the overall diameter is 21.9 inches tall and 5.6 inches wide. The first number (4.80 or 5.30) on the tire size designates the width range of your tire in inches. You will want to make sure you will have enough clearance on your camper for the 5.8 inch taller and 1 inch wider tire. I do not list a 5.40 x 12 tire size available. The 4.80 x 8 tire size...
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  • ST Tire Pressure for Kenda Brand Trailer Tires
    Yes. Kenda recommends running their tires at the max psi when inflated cold no matter the weight on the trailer. The good news is a tire with load range B is going to be softer than a higher ply/load rated tire. Goodyear is the only manufacturer we carry that gives a sliding PSI rating based on the weight actually on the tires at any given time. Not inflating to the required PSI can cause tires to overheat and wear too quickly or even blowout. For example the # AM10060 should be...
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  • Is The 5.30 X 12 Tire Size Available Without a Wheel
    We do offer separate tires In the 5.30 X 12 tire size . I would have three choices in your size. The difference is the load range of the tire. The Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B, # AM10064, is a load range B (4-ply rated) with a maximum load of 840 lbs. at 55 psi. The Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range C, # AM10066, is a load range C (6-ply rated) with a maximum load of 1,045 lbs. at 80 psi. The Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load...
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  • Recommended Kenda Karrier S-Trail Tires To Replace 5.30x12 Tires
    Trailer tires are designed to run at max psi capacity all the time. Running a tire under or over that psi can cause uneven tread wear and greatly increase the possibility of a blow out. I recommend running tires like the Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range C # AM10066 at the specified 80 psi. If you are looking for a lower psi rated tire, I recommend the Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B # AM10064 which is rated for 840 lbs at max psi of 55. For...
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