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Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F

Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F

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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 16" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 3,960 lbs at 110 psi. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F part number AM10501 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM10501

  • Tire Only
  • 16 Inch
  • 235/85-16
  • Load Range F
  • 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 16" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 3,960 lbs at 110 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: 16" x 6", 16" x 6-1/2", 16" x 7", and 16" x 7-1/2" wheels
  • Tire size: ST235/85R16
  • Section width: 9.37 "
  • Outer diameter (when inflated): 31.6 "
  • Load range: F
  • Ply rating: 12
  • Maximum load:
    • Single tire: 3,960 lbs at 110 psi
    • Dual tire: 3,520 lbs at 110 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 ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F

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Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F - AM10501

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (841 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 16" wheels and has a maximum load capacity of 3,960 lbs at 110 psi.

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These tires are a higher PR rated tire which is why I bought these to begin with. However, the tread itself is not rated for any extra weight and after only 1 year, tire is worn down. So maybe a 5 star rating for the PR rating and for holding itself together, but 0 stars for the tread design. The weight that I'm hauling is 6360 per axle (2 tires). To this date I have not yet found a low price tire that can handle higher loads without issues. Will be switching to a more commercial looking tread tire... 409571



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I was asked to rate these tires a couple of weeks after I bought them. Heck I hadn't even had them mounted on the rims yet. I deleted that e-mail. I refuse to recommend any product until I actually have had a chance to use it. Personally I use "recommendations" from other users to help me make up my mind on purchasing products I know little about. So I feel it is important to evaluate a product honestly as I can to help others to make a decision. Back to what I think about AM10501--- They are three times the quality of tires that came from the factory on my 14,000 pound 5th wheel camper. We have been on 1 extended road trip, and several shorter (under 200 miles) trips. And thank God no more blow outs. The 2 blow outs I had before I bought these tires cost upwards of $3500 to repair the damage the tire caused. So avoiding additional blow outs was my main objective, and here a year later, I'm happy to say, these tires and etrailer's help in choosing them has been a success. 526004



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I had a fairly lengthy discussion with you about the age of the tires I was going to order. I asked if there was any way to check the age before ordering and/or shipping. You assured me that you had a fairly rapid turnover of your tire stock and the tires would be fairly new. You even offered to put in a request to ship the newest on hand. I was very pleased with my order from you over 7 years ago. In that order, the whole set of 5 tires were less than 3 months old. I can't begin to tell you how disappointed I was to receive this most recent order. 3 of the tires were a year plus 3 months old and the other 2 were just shy of a year old. I mentioned how you never wear out the tread on trailer tires. They just get old and start to crack and fall apart. Now I'm starting with a set of supposedly "new" tires that are already well over a year old. VERY VERY DISSATISFIED!!! 557704


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 take more than 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 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 around a year old when you received them will not have any effect on their lifespan or future durability. They should be good until the tread wears out or up to 6-7 years whichever comes first assuming they are not stored in direct sunlight, not overloaded, are kept properly inflated and their speed rating isnt being exceeded.
-- Mike L - 08/25/2018

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Excellent tire! Very hard to find a 16" F range tire. This one is perfect! 159352



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These tires came shortly after I ordered them. I'm getting the 5th wheel ready for our yearly trip out west, and am excited about the "F" load rating of these tires. I'll be able to head west without the worry of will these tires be able to handle the trip. Good looking tire, great tread design... all around well built tire. As always etrailer was prompt with their delivery and all around great service. Thanks! 271997



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I needed new tries for my 5th wheel trailer that provided a heavier load limit more durable tire than the stock tires that came on the trailer. I selected the Karrier ST 235/85R16 as it met the list of item I was looking for in a tire. Etrailer was great to deal with. Their web site was user friendly and their service was a pleasurable experience. Etrailer made shipment of the tires the same day I placed the order, and I received them in 5 days. I will look at etrailer for future purchases of my trailer needs! 49310


Comments
Jerry how are those Karrier tires? any trouble in the past 3 years? Still running them? How many miles on them?
-- comment by: Douglas H - 01/27/2015

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One year in and tires are working well 784899



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This site had the tire I was looking for and was promptly delivered! 745681



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I have mixed feelings. As far as e-trailer (and Lisa their representative), you could not ask for anything better! The tire on the other hand, I think I'll hold my opinion. I ordered 5 of these tires in 2017. Was mounted and balanced on a 35 foot 5th wheel camper. I also bought a tire pressure/temperature monitor to assure I always had the 110 pound pressure recommended . Never drove over 65 miles per hour. Had only about 2000 miles on these tires and still on last trip one of them blew out. Luckily no damage to camper and I was only about 3 miles from making it home. God was with me, but I bought these tires (and other equipment) to avoid ever having these problems again (at least for a few thousand miles). 697860



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Very good product. Happy so far. 651261



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Noah did a great job providing information on my tire purchase. The tires are going on my Big Country fifth wheel. Noah recommended the correct tire with an extra load rating. The tires were delivered promptly. The pricing was also competitive . thankyou 550360



- AM10501
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Good product, super job of delivery. Very fair pricing. Will continue to order from etrailer 472230



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Got our tires right when they said they would be at the house. Good prices and great service, can't ask for much more than that! 418053



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On my second set of these tires....no problems. Got the heavier tires F rated because of the weight (14,000) of my 5th wheel. I will continue to use the Kenda tires for our trailer. Very happy with the service of etrailer, price and performance. 352165



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It was very simple working with etrailer. The tires for our gooseneck horse trailer were exactly what we needed and ordered and they arrived even earlier than promised. We wouldn’t hesitate to work with etrailer again. 315275



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The service and the product were both great. I ordered F load range tires to replace E load range on My 5th wheel trailer. Easy to order. Arrived quickly. I will use etrailer again. 254385



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Ordered 4 HD trailer tires, delivered from EARTH CITY MO to Ellensburg wa in 6 days. Great price, very satisfied, will do more business with etrailer. Thanks Mike S. 231745



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This is the second time I have purchased tires from Etrailer. The tires meet all my expectations. Etrailer's pricing and service is outstanding. 231043


Comments
Excellent tire at a great price. I will make future purchases from etrailer!
Jerry H - 10/28/2016

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always quick and fair with prices ....recommend highly 134291



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fair price ,great service, thats ok by me. 20612



- AM10245
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Review from a similar Karrier Radial in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Very economical choice to step up to a load range D tire. I had no luck locally finding a decent tire under $100ea so on a whim I checked etrailer. I bought (7) with free shipping and the tire quality looks good. I knocked off one star because dealing with the staples in the shipping boxes is a PITA and must be removed to recycle. 614738


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Still Rolling Strong! Better value than I could find locally.
Rjearl - 03/29/2020

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Review from a similar Karrier Radial in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I just received the tires today and haven't had them mounted yet so all I can is they look great. Summer before last, we took our pop up camper out West through 18 states in about 60 days. All of our camping up that point had been around Florida where we live, so no long road trips. On our out West trip we had 4 blowouts on our little pop up camper and since we were on the road, we would pick up tire/wheel assemblies from Wal-Mart or Harbor Freight. Did not really know what else to do. Experience has taught us better and that's why I ordered these load range E, 65 mph, 10 ply rating tires. The proof is in the pudding as they say, so in the fall, we will find out how good these tires are and I will write a full review then. 616909


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Very happy with these tires. Took another long trip last year, Florida to Maine, back home, then to Alabama, Ga and home. Towed 65 mph. No tire problems at all. What a relief!
Joseph - 04/04/2020

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Review from a similar Karrier Radial in Trailer Tires and Wheels


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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Review from a similar Karrier Radial in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Recently outfitted both of my rigs with these premium loadstar radials! Got 11 years out of the original load star’s, so it was a no brainer! 688307



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Review from a similar Karrier Radial in Trailer Tires and Wheels


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


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  • 110 PSI Valve Stems for Trailer Tires
    In almost all cases the limiting factor for tire pressure on a wheel setup is the valve stem. If you upgrade the valve stem in your wheels to ones that can handle 110 psi like what the part # AM10501 calls for you'd be fine. Usually valve stems that are rated for 110 psi will be metal such as # AM20906.
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  • Troubleshooting Tire Blowouts on Toy Hauler Trailer
    Everything that you described sounds normal so the only way that you'd be having blowouts it if you are exceeding the max speed limit, the weight capacity, or have an incorrect psi (according to the sidewall of the tire). The psi rating of a tire will naturally increase some during travel due to the friction from the road. Seeing 8 - 9 psi greater than what the tires are at when they are cold is completely normal. You definitely can upgrade your tires to a load range F like the Karrier...
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  • Valve Stem to Use with Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire for Higher PSI Rating
    The wheels you have now will have no problem with the PSI of 110 that you mentioned but the valve stems might depending on what's in there now. Best option will be to order new valve stems with the tires that have the higher pressure rating like the # AM20906. These are rated for up to 200 psi.
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  • Can Trailer Tire Size 235/80R16 be Replaced with 235/85R16
    Going from the 235/80R16 trailer tire size to the 235/85R16 size is normally not an issue at all since the sizes are very similar. The difference between the sizes is the larger size has a taller diameter by .7 of an inch. Which when considering fender clearance you'd have .35 of an inch less than you currently do since tire diameter is split between the axle center. The Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10501 that you referenced would be a great option. It has a weight capacity...
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  • Comparing Kenda Karrier, Taskmaster and Provider Special Trailer Tires in Size ST21575R14
    The three radial special trailer (ST) tires we offer in size 215/75-14 can be seen on the linked page. These include the Taskmaster # TTWTRTM2157514D in Load range D, the Provider # TTWTR21514 in Load Range C and the Kenda Karrier # AM10229 also in Load Range C. All of these radial special trailer tires will provide more flex for better ground contact than a bias ply tire. The main difference between these tires, apart from their load range ratings, is their speed rating. Trailer...
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  • Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F Maximimum Load PSI Rating
    I have confirmed with Kenda Tire that the Kenda Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F, # AM10501, has a 110 psi rating for max load. As you stated, this is the recommended pressure to maintain in this tire.
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  • Number of Plies, Ply Rating, and Speed Rating of Karrier ST235/85R16 Trailer Tire AM10501
    To answer your last question first, the trailer tires that we carry are rated for 65 miles per hour. Trailer tires, those with ST in front of the size, are built with a thicker sidewall compared to regular passenger vehicle tires. But this thicker sidewall also means that you need to inflate trailer tires to the maximum psi indicated on the tire. Otherwise, an under inflated trailer tire will build up excessive heat due to the thicker sidewall and lead to failure. Trailer tire #...
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  • Why Do Trailer Tires Have a Lower Capacity When Used in a Dually Setup
    I spoke with our local tire guru here at etrailer and he offered the following explanation for the difference in tire capacity when a tire is used as a dually or single wheel setup: The load on each tire in a dual tire system is never the same. Tires can be worn differently, if wear is different the overall diameter will be different and the larger tire will carry more load. Also the inner tire can be more loaded than the outer because of the crown in the road. The loads shared by the...
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  • Is the Karrier Tire and the Loadstar Tire the Same Brand of Tire or Different
    The Karrier tire and the Loadstar tire are separate lines of tires that are made by the Kenda tire company. If the same tire size is made in both brands they will interchange with each other as long as the load carrying capacities are the same on both tires. In the Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range F, part # AM10501, that you have referenced, it is only available in the Karrier line of tires. Kenda has been producing many types of tires since 1962. In the their...
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  • Best Trailer Tire in Size 235/75-16
    The best option we have for the trailer tire size 235/75-16 is the part # LHWL410. This tire has a capacity of 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi, has a speed rating of 75 mph. But what is really great is the 2 year roadside assistance program. If your RV or trailer has a flat tire, call the help line and a technician will come change the flat for you. You can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year from anywhere in the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico. I attached a...
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  • Can an ST235/80/16 Load Range F Trailer Tire be Safely Used on a 15k 5th Wheel Trailer
    There seems to be a mix up somewhere. Trailer tire # AM10501 that you have referenced is size 235/85-16, not 235/80. We have 2 tires in size 235/85-16. First, # AM10501, is a load range F and is rated for 3,960 pounds at 95 psi. Then we have # AM10295, load range E, rated for 3,640 pounds at 95 psi. So the load range F tire is rated higher. For tire size 235/80-16 we have 1 tire, # AM10248, rated for 3,197 pounds at 90 psi. As far as if any of the above tires can be used on a 14,800...
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  • Recommended Tire Size and Load Range for a Dutchman Voltage 20K Toy Hauler with 235/80R16 LR E Tires
    I can help explain the difference in Load Range E to F for your Toy Hauler. You would benefit going from Load Range E to a Load Range F like the Kenda # AM10501, you were looking at. The overall capacity would increase from 21,120lbs to 23,760lbs, the maximum psi would increase from 80psi to 95psi which would cause the tire to sit off the ground and more onto the tread which is the part of the tire you want to be making contact with the pavement. They will also have a higher ply rating...
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  • Can a Passenger Vehicle Tire be Installed on a Trailer
    You definitely should not put a passenger vehicle on a trailer as they are not designed for the vertical loads that trailers typically see. Whether that's illegal will be up to your local DOT, but most trailer shops with any integrity will straight up refuse to install a passenger vehicle tire on a trailer wheel since it's not safe and they wouldn't want the liability. All the tires we offer are safe for use on a trailer. If you can get me what size you need I can pick you out best option....
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  • Location of Manufacturer and Warranty of Kenda Tires
    Kenda tires offer a 2 year limited warranty, and are manufactured in Taiwan or mainland China. We have sold Kenda tires for years, and when properly inflated and kept at or below their 65 mph speed rating and when used within their weight rating, they work very well. Always be sure to keep trailer tires inflated to the maximum psi listed on the sidewall. Failure to do so can lead to excess heat build up, which is the biggest enemy of trailer tires. I see that the tire you referenced...
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  • Recommended Most Durable Trailer Tire for 18K Boat on Triple Axle Trailer with 235/80-16 Tires
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  • Tire Wear Concern with 18K-Rated Triple-Axle Toy Hauler 5th Wheel
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  • 16 Inch Trailer Wheels Rated for at Least 3,960 Pounds at 110 PSI
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  • Recommended Replacement ST235/80R16 Tires for 5th-Wheel Trailer
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  • How to Determine when a Trailer Tire was Built
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  • Reasons for Trailer Tire Failure
    Tire failure is usually caused by a few things. It can be from overloading the trailer, improper tire inflation, and/or exceeding the speed rating for the tire. You should verify that the tire capacity you have for you trailer is adequate for how much your trailer weighs. The pressure ran in the tires makes a big difference in longevity too. ST tires should be ran with the full pressure rating stated on the side of the tire, for full load capacity and longevity of the tire. If lower...
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  • Upgraded 5th Wheel Trailer Wheels/Tires to Avoid Blowouts on Long Distance Highway Travel
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  • Trailer Tires Keep Blowing Out on Triple Axle Boat Trailer
    It doesn't seem like a capacity problem since the tires you have on there now total almost 17,000 pounds capacity. Make sure that you are inflating the tires to the maximum psi indicated on the tires. Trailer tires should always be inflated to the maximum psi indicated on the tire sidewall. This is because trailer tires are built with a thicker sidewall than passenger vehicle tires to handle more vertical load. If under inflated the thicker sidewall generates excessive heat and can...
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  • Replacing 235/80-16 80 psi Trailer Tires with 235/85-16 Rated for 110 psi
    As long as you have the clearance on your trailer you can increase the size to the 235/85-16 tires # AM10501. The psi of a rim is determined by the valve stem. You'll need one rated for over 100 psi which will be metal like # AM20906.
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  • What is the Difference Between 235/80-16 and 235/85-16 Trailer Tires
    Do you by any chance mean 235/80-16 and 235/85-16? Because there isn't a 275 trailer tire size that I have seen. If so then the widths are the same between the two 235 sizes. The difference is overall diameter. The 235/80-16 is 30.9 inches in diameter. The 235/85-16 is 31.7 inches in diameter. A difference of 0.8 inches but only half of that, 0.4 inches, applies to above the tire. It is unlikely that 0.4 inches will cause a fit issue but you can check to make sure there is space enough...
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  • Speed Rating of Kenda Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10501
    Trailer tires are rated for speeds up to 65 mph. Speeds in excess of this rating are not recommended as this can lead to heat build-up and premature failure. If a tire is rated to run at a higher speed, this information should be listed on the tire's sidewall. The linked article on trailer tires covers this and many other common concerns.
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  • Is There Benefit to Going with Trailer Tire with Higher Load Rating Than Needed
    All things being equal, including price, I'd go with the higher rated tire when available. Even if it's not really needed you end up with a tire that's made a bit stronger. The biggest difference you'll notice is that you'll have to inflate the tires to a higher PSI since the higher the Load Rating the higher the pressure requirement. You should note that trailer tires need to be inflated to their max PSI rating to ensure you get the full weight capacity. In theory the higher PSI rating...
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  • Trailer Tire Recommendation for a Triple Axle Toy Hauler that Weighs 18,000 lbs
    The tire I would recommend is the Taskmaster part # TTWTRTM2358016E. This is the same size tire as what you have of 235/80R16 and is a Load Range E with a capacity of 3,520 lbs at 80 psi. Which would give you a total of 21,120 lbs of tire capacity since you have a triple axle trailer. What is also really great about these tires is that they have an M speed rating which means they are rated for up to 81 mph. Most trailer tires are only rated for up to 65 mph so these would be an excellent...
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  • What is the Tire Pressure Rating for the Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10501
    The PSI rating for the Karrier ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire # AM10501 that you referenced is 95 psi. To ensure you get the full capacity of this tire you would need to make sure you always run the tire at the max tire pressure.
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