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Karrier ST175/80R13 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D

Karrier ST175/80R13 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D

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Is this right for you? Product Expert Mary E says:

Yes, if you:

  • Radial tire is great for highway towing to the lake or campsite
  • Higher capacity can withstand a heavy load better than other tires of this size

No, if you:

  • Tread on this tire doesn't provide traction as well as other tires
  • No roadside assistance
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 13" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 1,650 lbs at 70 psi. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Karrier ST175/80R13 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D part number AM10210 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM10210

  • Tire Only
  • 13 Inch
  • 175/80-13
  • 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 13" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 1,650 lbs at 70 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: 13" x 4-1/2", 13" x 5" and 13" x 5-1/2"
  • Tire size: ST175/80R13
    • Section width: 7"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 24.1"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: D
    • Ply rating: 8
    • Maximum load: 1,650 lbs at 70 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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Customer Reviews

Karrier ST175/80R13 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range D - AM10210

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (909 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 13" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 1,650 lbs at 70 psi.

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I have been maxing out the weight capacity of the tires every time I load the trailer and they have been performing well and look brand new still a year later. Very happy with the purchase. 529234



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I recieved the trailer tires really fast. They have a good tread design and when mounted look great. I installed them on a very small travel trailer which came out with a load range C. These have a load range D which should be an improvement due to a little more pressure and carring capacity. I am very pleased with the delivery time and looks of the tires. 119820



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Just what I was after to increase my load rating and speed. Shipped very fast received 4 days before expected. 540775


Comments
Please keep in mind that running a tire with a higher load rating will not necessarily increase the load bearing capacity of your trailer. You will still be limited by the capacity of the lowest rated component.
-- Mike L - 07/13/2018

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Ordered tires for trailer. Rec'd the freshest I've ever seen. Manufacture date was 30 week of 2017. Installed 7/19/17. Does that even add up???? 8 Ply trailer tires hopefully will minimize the tire explosions in the future. 409689


Comments
So far so good.
Joe T - 07/23/2018

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Just returned from 2nd long road with about 3400 miles each. Also logged a few 300 mile trips. So far, holding up well. Run 50 psi. Tires are D rated. This is my 2nd set of 4(double axle). 1st set didn't quite go as far. Had sidewall failure on two of the four. Maybe bad batch. Would recommend due to steel belts and D rating. Original equip. was C rated and fiber glass belted. 647694


Comments
Trailer tires, unlike those used on passenger vehicles, should be kept at the maximum pressure indicated on the tire sidewall, which is 70 psi in this case. Failure to keep the tires fully inflated can lead to excessive heat build-up, which is the number one cause of premature tire failure.
-- Mike L - 05/30/2019

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These tires replaces identical tires I bought in 2008 for my TT. We drove to Alaska from Ontario, Canada, in 2009 and then to New Foundland in 2010 in addition to several other minor trips to the east coast and local camping trips. I always maintained 65PSI , whether the TT was parked or on the road. Never had a problem, and they feel good on the road. While the thread is still good, i prefer to get new ones as we are going a trip to BC this Summer... 6 yrs old including 6 Canadian Winters, I prefer to be safe than sorry on the road. I know they are made in China and I sure hope the new ones will be as good as those they will replace. 132141


Comments
the 185 80 13 max psi of 65. New to towing, curious - the max psi is 65...what would you anyone recommend for cold tire pressure. This is for a popup camper, empty weight 2175 lbs. loaded - guessing 2,500 lbs.Car tires have max psi of 36, manufactuer recommends 32 cold.heres where the confusion sets inThanks!
-- comment by: Kurt E - 06/08/2014

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Car tires and trailer tires work a bit differently. The car manufacturer specifies where to air the tires to for the best combination of ride and performance. With trailer tires, their load capacity is in part determined by tire pressure. If the trailer tire has a max of 65 psi, you will need to air to 65 psi cold in order to achieve full weight capacity. If the pressure is less, so is the weight capacity of the tire. Pressures on the side of a tire are always cold figures.

-- Patrick B - 6/10/2014

Comments
The tires purchased in 2014 have been good , however I sold the TT earlier this Spring. Having said that , this last Spring, I bought the same make for my utility trailer and my new to me tent trailer. I always have maintained the pressure at the maximum PSI for the maximum load. When on the road, I checked them daily , during the evening, 5 or 6 hrs after we stopped or first thing in the morning, before leaving. So far absolutely great tires.
Jacques - 05/23/2015

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As always, Etrailer delivered what I needed and fast. The Karrier ST tires I ordered were only a few weeks old according to the date stamp. 107320


Comments
The tires still look like new after ~6000 miles. Ill buy these again when I need new tires.
Doug B - 11/14/2014

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I purchased two of these tires for my boat trailer 5 years ago. They had maybe 10-12k miles on them. Last fall I had one of the tires go bad - the tire cords failed causing uneven wear. It didn't blow out but I was perhaps lucky. Purchased a replacement - same tire. Last month I had a similar cord failure with the other old tire. After that problem was going to purchase 2 new name brand tires but couldn't find any D load rating tires in the 175/80R13 tires. Decided to just buy another Karrier tire. When my mechanic changed out the second tire he said the inside of this one was far worse than the first failure. I was running the tires with 55 psi of air with a max listed pressure of 65 psi. Maybe that was a factor so now running the tires at 60 psi and plan on changing them after 3 years. Not real comfortable with these tires but hopefully I can get 3 years out of them without a failure. 280969



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This tire will be used as a replacement on my boat trailer. I'd been waiting for over 3 weeks to receive this make tire from a dealer in the Cleveland Ohio area. I canceled the order after speaking with Natalie, who, by the way is a wonderful customer service representative. Then, I received the tire 2 days later! Great company and excellent service!! When I need tires again I'll call. Thanks Natalie 656281



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Received quickly in time for my trip, happy with the higher M speed rating. 902124



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I have used etrailer in the past. You are always prompt and on time, sometimes early! Products are always quality. Great job! 899852



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Good 899780



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Just received the tires. Ordering and delivery were just as advertised...easy and quick (actually arrived a day early). Tire is as advertised but the final evaluation will be latter once mounted on our boat trailer. 895601



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We'll see how they hold up. I did see that they are made in China. 894977



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Great tire. I pull my boat trailer alot including a trip to Sturgeon Bay, Wis. I have had no issues and even wear on tread. I will buy again. 825948



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I was very happy with the tires I purchased at etrailer but after 6 months I traded the camper on a new one. I hope someone else is getting good use out of them now. 821164



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So far so good. Got them installed and left for an 8 hour trip the next day. No issues so far. 819545



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My experience with etrailer was fantastic. The tires were received quickly and were in perfect shape. I have only put about 15 miles on them, so I can't really review the tires specifically at this point. I am hopeful that they will wear well and join me on many wonderful camping trips! 814915



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I was pleased with the tires/rims, however, I did get one wheel/tire with a leaking valve stem that I had to take to a local shop for replacement. Other than that, I will definitely use etrailer.com for my next set of tires. 805161



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GOOD TRANSACTION 797298



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Fit right, good build quality for trailer wheels. No problems at all, after 1 year of use. 795748



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Really good tire, at a great price! 795660



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Has held up well after a year. Would buy again. 786915



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Just what I was after. Shipping was fast and tires arrived in individual boxes that were in perfect shape when they got here. Thanks again for another successful purchase. 785991


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  • Are Wider 13 Inch Trailer Tires Available Than 185/80-13
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  • How to Select Trailer Tire Load Range and Speed Rating for Boat Trailer Towed on Interstate Highways
    Trailer tires are available in both different weight Load Ranges, as you noted, but also in varying speed ratings. Like weight Load Range, these speed ratings are designated by a letter code. For example, a tire rated for highway speeds up to 81-mph is classified as having an M speed rating. This is the case for your current Kenda load range D tires # AM10210. Since you will now be towing your boat longer distances and at higher speeds you'll want to choose tires in your ST175/80R13 size...
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