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Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E

Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E

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

Yes, if you:

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

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 15" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 2,830 lbs at 80 psi. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E part number AM10303 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM10303

  • Tire Only
  • 15 Inch
  • 225/75-15
  • Load Range E
  • 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 15" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 2,830 lbs at 80 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: 15" x 6", 15" x 6-1/2", 15" x 7" wheels
  • Tire size: ST225/75R15
    • Section width: 8.9"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 28.4"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: E
    • Ply rating: 10
    • Maximum load: 2,830 lbs at 80 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.


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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Video of Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E

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




Video Transcript for Kenda Tires and Wheels - Tire Only - AM10303 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Kenda Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire, any load range E. This is a special trailer tire design that'll provide the strength of a bias tire, as well as the durability and stability of a radial tire. This is created specifically for trailers, it's not intended for use on other vehicles. They use the double steel belts, full nylon plies combine for a nice superior function and long tire life. The tread design is a nice computer generated tread design and uses premium rubber compound materials. Give you maximum traction in wet or dry conditions. Give you a very smooth ride, excellent stability at highway speeds.

This is an ST tire, which means special trailer. It does meet the Department of Transportation specifications. A few specs on this tire: it is designed to mount onto a wheel size of 15 inches by 6 inches wide, 15 by 6 and 1/2 inches wide, and 15 by 7 inches wide. The tire size, which will be stamped on the side wall, right down here, it'll say ST for special trailer, 225/75R15 the R means it's a radial tire. Section width on this tire is 8.9 inches.

Overall diameter from the bottom to the top when it's inflated, is 28.4. this is a load range E, which means it's a 10 ply rated tire. Has a maximum load capacity of 2,830 pounds at 80 PSI. One last thing I do want to mention is all your new trailers are coming stamped with a tire speed rating now. A speed rating on a tire is always labeled with a letter designation. Where you'll find that is if you go right where the size is that we read off, right after it, you'll see right up here, there's 2 numbers, which are the load index and then right after it is the letter M.

A speed rating M is 81 miles per hour. So this tire does have an 81 mile per hour speed limit. That should do it for the review on the Kenda Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire in a load range E.


Customer Reviews

Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E - AM10303

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (842 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 15" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 2,830 lbs at 80 psi.

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I have used four of these tires for one year. Excellent results hauling heavy loads. No flats and no leaks. Highly recommend. 720512



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Put over 12,000 miles on the tires and still are looking good 704592



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Great service, great prices, quick delivery. Aaaa+++++++ 525377



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Great tires, seem to be doing well after a year. 406089



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Service at trailer is outstanding. Adam helped me locate the rims and tires for my 1951 Spartan Imperial Mansion. He worked directly with the supplier of the product to find me what I needed -- black rims and tires. They had them delivered to me in two days at no charge. You can't beat etrailer.com for value and service. I'll be buying more from them for sure. 436178



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New tires arrived VERY quickly. Amazingly fast delivery .......5 tires arrived in individual boxes, very impressive delivery system!! Tires appear to be very heavy duty re sidewalls, I did read the reviews before ordering and am hoping for good results. Not exactly happy that the build dates on the tires are over one year old..........and yes I did read the rebuttle to someone elses pointing out the one year old thing. Tires made in China. Hoping for the best based upon many positive reviews. 567758



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I have not mounted the tires yet, although I have had good experiences with Kenda tires in the past. But the prompt and courteous service that Judy and George provided is second to none. They quickly responded about a price match and when I turned around the tires had already been shipped and were here about two days later. Being new to the fifth wheel camping world, I have found etrailer's prices to be great and the instructional videos are a huge resource. Can't say enough about the great service. Thanks again!- Erik 434311



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Tires arrived yesterday. They are from China and they are over a year old looking at the date code 3217 not very happy . Nothing on the tires showing that they are made by Kenda that was advertise. 556108


Comments
Its not unheard of for tires to arrive at our location that were manufactured a year or so before we receive them. The tires are manufactured overseas. After they are manufactured, they sit in a warehouse for a period of time until theyre packed in a shipping container and ultimately loaded on a container ship and shipped to the US. The trip here and entry through US Customs can sometimes take a month or more. The tires then sit in a warehouse in the US until we order and receive them. Tires that are stored in a warehouse under somewhat controlled conditions dont age or dry rot like tires that are exposed to the elements and UV radiation do. The fact that your tires were a bit older than a year when you received them will not have any effect on their lifespan or durability. They should be good for up to 6-7 years, assuming they are not stored in direct sunlight, not overloaded, kept properly inflated and their speed rating isnt being exceeded. The tire you purchased is a Karrier Load Star, which is the brand name of a tire manufactured by Kenda.
-- Mike L - 08/22/2018

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Just read the reviews! 677531



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My son had good things to say about these tires and I wanted to try a different brand after having some issues with the ones I was using. I checked with my local guy and he couldn't get these. Found them on etrailer and they had the lowest prices with free shipping. Problem was I needed them for the weekend and you know how shipping goes, they are never there when they say they will be. Well I spent $25 extra to get them here in three days. I could not believe it, they were here in three days! Must have been that two hours after I ordered them I already had a tracking number, that must have helped! I got them mounted up with my new valve stems and they are looking good. 288581



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I tried unsucessfully to order tires from simpletire.com but their web site would not process my order over the weekend so on monday i tried all day to talk to anybody to help me out but never got thru so tuesday i decided that if i cant even get thru to the sales dept why would i want to purchase there so i looked around and etrailer had the exact tires i wanted and a 110% low price garrantee so i called to get assistance and Judy answered and got me all hooked up i had to purchase them full price then she credited my account within 15 mins they were shipped that day and they were at my house thursday when i got home - Awesome, they came in individual boxes and when i opened them up and checked it out they were all the correct size and load rating and the build date on all the tires were 4516 which means they were built in the 45th week of 2016 which makes them about 3 and a half months old i am very pleased with Judy and all her help and etrailer for the super fast shipping i will be shopping here in the future 361002


Comments
got about 5k miles on them now and they all are performing as they should
mike B - 04/02/2018

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I went on a trip for 2 weeks and 4480 towing with my Airstream and these tires handled well. No problems with them at all. When not in use the trailer is parked in a garage, so not subject to any elements. The tires held well, no air pressure loss and did as expected for a trailer tire 336359



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Awesome site, fast service, 10 out of 10, Recommend it for Everyone 801404



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Best transaction I’ve had online. They had the tires I needed in stock and received them in less than three days. This is my second order from Etrailer.com and will not be the last.. The tires came in individual boxes and were Not damaged at all. I highly recommend doing business with this company. 801177



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I have been using these tires for years on several different trailers. I am very satisfied with them. I have hauled some heavy loads on my car trailer and never had a problem with the tires. 771303



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We have a 5th wheel & we normally travel about 3 months a year. However, this year we are traveling 6 months and we will be home by the end of April. So far we have traveled in 27 states and about 14,000 miles. I can't say enough about how good these tires have performed. Especially, since many of the roads and highways we have traveled are very rough. The tires are performing greatly, no flats, very good thread wear, (even on all four), no noise, no problems. I love them. + 765550



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After a year of use, The tires are working great on my dump trailer. Great tire! 765428



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Tire came as expected at a fair price. 740025



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Shipped Fast!! 736522



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I ordered the best 15X6 wheel and tire I could find from e trailer. I have received the wheels and tires in a very timely manner. I have installed them on my trailer. They look excellent. Time will tell if they hold up. So far, I recommend e trailer. 733222



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Great Value! 725965



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I have ordered from etrailer.com previously and every experience has been great! The product was exactly as it was described and well packaged, the prices are great, checkout was easy, and the shipping was exceptionally quick! 721776



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This is a good quality trailer tire that to me has been proven it's self dependable and reliable. 718868



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Always have what I need and shipped to me the same day! Thank you! 716459



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good tires have on heavy toy hauler when we changed form original tires to these you could feel the lessened rolling resistance , trailer moved much easier. Have gone a several long distance trips with these 2,000 miles plus with these towing a loaded heavy trailer . They handle weight well and have no bad traits. Picked up a spare tire from etrailer going on another trip a spare was original 12 yrs old. Hopefully i never use bought load range E and have them set at max inflation pressure. 716145


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    The ST225/75D15 tires on your trailer indicate that they are bias ply tires, different than the ST225/75R15 units also on your trailer, which are radial ply tires. I do not recommend maintaining this existing mix between the two tire types, as they will not track the same which can result in uneven tire wear down the line. I recommend replacing the two bias ply tires on your trailer with radials so that all of them match. When choosing replacement tires, you will also want to make sure...
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  • Does the Load Range E ST225/75R15 Kenda Karrier # AM10303 have an M Speed Rating or 81 mph
    The ST225/75R15 Kenda Karrier # AM10303 Load Range E tire that you referenced does have a Speed Rating of M (81 mph). Please note that you will want to keep the cold psi rating at 80 psi to achieve the 2,830 lbs max load rating. This will also allow you to safely operate your trailer within that 81 mph speed rating. If your tires are under inflated then you run the risk of having a blow out due to excessive heat build up, and if they are over inflated then you would see center tread...
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    For your 2016 Keystone Ultra Lite Grand Touring Trailer I highly recommend switching to the radial Kenda Karrier ST225/75R15 Tire - Load Range E # AM10303 that you mentioned for a couple of reasons. First, it is always a good idea to have a healthy safety margin between the combined load rating of your tires and the loaded weight of the trailer. This allows the tires to run a bit cooler (excessive heat is the most common cause for tire failure) since they are constantly supporting less...
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    Before switching to a higher load rated tire, like a load range E, you will want to check the weight capacity on your trailer wheels. If you have a steel wheel, the capacity should be stamped on the backside lip of the wheel. If you have an alloy wheel, this rating should be stamped on the back side of the wheel spokes. A ST225/75R15 load range E tire like # AM10303 will have a capacity of 2,830 lbs at 80 psi. If the wheel has a similar weight capacity you will be good to go. Another...
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  • Comparing the Karrier # AM10303 and Provider # TTWTRTM2257515D for Replacing a 7.00-15 Size Tire
    The Karrier # AM10303 and Provider # TTWTRTM2257515D are both great tires that come with a 2-year limited warranty and will work great as a replacement for your 7.00-15 size tires. Although you only require a load range of D (2,540 lbs at 65 psi), the Karrier # AM10303 is what I recommend going with. You get some extra load capacity with the same 81 mph speed rating for about the same price. The load range E (2,830 lbs at 80 psi) is the same size and will stay cooler if you were to load...
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  • Speed Rating of Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10303
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  • Can Trailer Tires be Inflated to Lower PSI than Listing on Sidewall
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  • Do Trailer Tires Have Speed Ratings
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  • Proper Tire Pressure on Kenda Karrier ST 225/75 R15 Load Range E Tire
    The 225/75-15 Kenda Karriers with a Load Range of E are part # AM10303. I went out to our warehouse and verified the tire's maximum psi is 80 and has a maximum weight capacity of 2,830 pounds. Special traier (ST) tires should always be inflated to the maximum air pressure. If it's inflated to a higher or lower psi the maximum capacity of the tire is unknown because it won't perform as it's designed which will cause uneven wear, excessive heat, and eventually failure. You also want...
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  • Recommended Trailer Tires for 2012 Palomino Puma Fifth Wheel Weighing 8,500 lbs
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  • Does a Trailer Tire's Load Range Indicate its Speed Rating
    It depends on the tire. Trailer tire # AM10303 is rated for 65 miles per hour. Taskmaster tire # TTWSF22515D which is the same size (but a load range D and not an E) is rated for 81 miles per hour. The load range does not indicate the speed rating though. If you could tell me the tire size you need I can recommend one with the highest speed rating available.
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  • What Tire Pressure Does Trailer Tire Need, PSI Listed on Tire or on Trailer Frame
    With tire pressure you have to go by the pressure rating that's listed on the tire sidewall. Most likely your old tires were of a different size or Load Range and that's where the 55 psi rating came from. If you don't inflate your trailer tires to the max figure listed on the sidewall they won't have the full capacity and they most likely will get hot and fail as well.
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