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Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire - 205/65-10 - Load Range C

Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire - 205/65-10 - Load Range C

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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 10" x 6" wheels; its maximum load is 1,100 lbs at 50 psi. Great Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire - 205/65-10 - Load Range C part number AM1HP52 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM1HP52

  • Tire Only
  • 10 Inch
  • 205/65-10
  • Load Range C
  • Bias Ply Tire
  • M - 81 mph
  • Kenda

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 10" x 6" wheels; its maximum load is 1,100 lbs at 50 psi.


Features:

  • Great for off-road and agricultural use
  • Provides superior stability
  • Reduces rolling resistance for a smooth ride
  • Exceeds DOT requirements


Specs:

  • Fits: 10" x 6" rims
  • Tire size: 205/65-10
    • Section width: 8.3"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 20.5"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: C
    • Ply rating: 6
    • Maximum load: 1,100 lbs at 50 psi
    • Maximum speed rating: 81 mph (speed rating M)
  • 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.



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Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire - 205/65-10 - Load Range C - AM1HP52

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (3175 Customer Reviews)

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 10" x 6" wheels; its maximum load is 1,100 lbs at 50 psi.

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My tire installer told me this is a very high quality, heavy duty tire.



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Fast shipping, excellent packaging and tires, will purchase again. Thank you!



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Easy to order and the tires arrived quickly. The quality of packaging provided safe arrival of the order.



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These tires worked great on my light duty John Deere as the tires that came on it had been discontinued. Delivery was quick very satisfied with my order as usual



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My baby rides on your products. I've put a lot of miles across the hot desert on those little tires. So far so good.



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Arrived on time and was exactly what I ordered. Was also the best pricing I could find



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It just arrived.It won't be installed till next week but it looks good. Arrived fast!



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Received order 2 days early



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Company that works as it should.



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Fit my new rims from e-trailer perfectly and have handled several heavy loads already.



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Excellent quality tire. Product arrived within 2 days of ordering. Have done business with E-Trailer for many years and very satisfied with their service.



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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.

Brian

7/11/2021

Only about a thousand miles after 1st year, absolutely no issues. Just like the originals. Great product!



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Fit's like it should but more importantly the company continued to update the tracking process. They had to order it from their supplier and updated me right to the point of delivery at my home



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Great tire. Worked well in place of the discontinued Firestone 21 inch tires.



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E trailer worked out great. I ordered the same tires my trailer came with and they were deliver packed in a factory box just right. Perfect fit. Thanks.



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I was worried that these tires would not fit. My Coleman pop up is 30 years old and they don't make that size any longer. I was also worried that there might be tubes. There weren't. These were supposed to be a direct replacement...They Were! First I called my local tire place and they didn't have the tires I needed so I found them at etrailer.com. I ordered two of them and they arrived in a large heavy duty box with the top stapled with 11 heavy duty rivets. I didn't have a valve stem puller so I took them to my local tire place. For $22 they removed the old tires, installed 2 extra long valve stems and installed the new tires. They look super and fit my pop up just right. Thank you!



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This review is mainly about the fantastic service I received from etrailer! Great price,
fast and free delivery on a large package. Thank you!

Now for the tires.
I guess they are pretty good considering there isn’t much of a selection for the size I needed. They don’t last much longer than 5k miles and or three years. I’m towing in high heat with no added weight. The trailer I’m towing is very light at 840 lbs. I had tread separations on two tires with 4-5k miles. Also, the trailer is stored indoors so there is very little exposure to sun.
Replace them often to avoid serious damage and or an accident!



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Got a nail in the sidewall of my current boat trailer tire & needed a replacement. These are C rated tires where my currents are E rated, but since I have a double axle trailer for only an 18 ft pontoon, I am sure these will do just fine. Shipping was very prompt & the quality seems just fine.



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Very good service , excellent actually. The inventory on the website is easy accessible, order entry seamless. Further, the shipment was executed same day and all notifications were emailed to me. The tire showed up at my door in a matter of a few days in perfectly packaged. Also , the company immediately, followed with an email noticed of the delivery completion. All in all, that other online retailer can not do it better.
Thank you, will do again.



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Good Value,Used in Enclosed Snowmobile Trailer.Replaced as Preventive Maintenance do failure would not occur



by: 05/22/2021

These have held up after 2 winters of use on a snowmobile trailer. I've been very happy with them. Very little wear, as I would expect.



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I bought the tires to install on my golf cart. I wanted a heavier duty tire that was street rated. These are the perfect tire for my application as my golf cart spends a lot of time on cement cart paths or the street. Etrailer had the best price, free shipping and they were in stock. Great service.



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As always, I find what I want, it shows up perfectly, and it was very affordable. You just can't beat etrailer.

Brian

3/15/2019

Everything that I get from eTrailer is the best, and I may need another spare tire on the ATV trailer.



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As usual, etrailer sent the product I ordered, in full, on time and exactly what I ordered. Their customer service never disappoints. As long as I need trailer, or towing parts, etrailer is always my first choice.



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Tires are very good. I have the same brand on another trailer and have lasted a long time and that's why I did not hesitate to make this purchase.

Thanks e-trailer for fast free shipping as well.


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    The 20.5x8-10 tire size you have is the same as the more common 205/65-10 tire size. We carry replacement tires in that size, but none of them are very aggressive. They were designed for highway use honestly. It's probably not what you need but check out the Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1HP52. I wish I had something ideal for you that I could recommend, but at least you know what tire size you have to search for an aggressive tread pattern.
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  • What is the Speed Rating for Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire Size 205/65-10
    The trailer tires we carry, including # AM1HP52 are rated for 65 miles per hour no matter if they are loaded or not. This is higher than most trailer tires and even though 65 is not fast for a passenger vehicle, it is considered high speed for a trailer. This tire is also rated for 1,100 pounds at 50 psi.
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  • What Tire Pressure Should Trailer Tires be Inflated to
    The interesting thing about trailer tires is that you need to keep them inflated to their max pressure rating to ensure you get the full weight capacity and prevent heat build up which eventually leads to failure.
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  • Recommended Trailer Tire Pressure
    On any trailer tire such as the Loadstar # AM1HP52 you always want to inflate the tire to the maximum cold psi, which on this tire is 50. Doing this will give you the best performance, allowing the tire to wear more slowly and give you optimum gas mileage.
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  • How Much PSI Should Be Used In the Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire On a Golf Cart
    The Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire part # AM1HP52 has a max psi rating of 50. In regards to trailer use, we must recommend you fill the tires to the max psi listed on the sidewall. That said, EZ-Go may have a different recommendation for you so it would be wise to reach out to them to see what they recommend but if none is given then the max psi of 50 is safe. I have attached for you below a list of all options we have in this size.
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  • Replacement Triton ATV88 Trailer Tires
    Yes, the Kenda K399 Bias Trailer Tire 205/65-10 # AM1HP52 will replace your Triton ATV88 tires. These tires have a maximum load of 1,100 lbs. at 50 psi and have an outer diameter of 20.5" when inflated. Almost any tire store will replace trailer tires, however they may charge a little bit extra for disposal. If you are looking to balance your trailer tires, a local trailer shop will do better at balancing them than the average tire store.
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  • Tires with a 20.5 Diamater, 8 Inch Section Width, for a 10 Inch Rim on a 1,450 Pound PopUp Camper
    The tire you referenced, Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire, # AM1HP52, is going to be the best fit among the tires we offer. I spoke with our resident tire expert and he stated the 8.3 inch section width as opposed to the 8 inch on your existing tires is a negligible difference and it will fit. This tire is designed to fit a 6 inch rim. It has a C load range and 1,100 pound capacity per tire at 50 psi so these tires will be more than enough for your camper as long as it does not exceed 2,200...
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  • What Pressure Should Trailer Tire be Inflated to
    For trailer tires you actually want to inflate them to their max pressure rating when cold under all circumstances. This ensure you get the full weight capacity and prevent heat build up. It will be listed on the side wall of the tire.
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  • Trailer Tire Wear on Outside and Inside of Tread Only After 600 Mile Trip
    Tire wear on the outside and inside tread only generally means that the tires were under inflated. Kenda tires are also rated for a maximum of 65 miles per hour so speeds above that likely exacerbated the issue. I don't think it was a weight issue because for weight to cause this problem the tires would have had to have been severely overloaded. What is the tire size and load range indicated on the tires you have? There should also be a maximum psi rating listed and the tires should be...
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    I would check the pressure using a different gauge. Or you can take the tire to a local tire shop and ask if they can test the pressure. I have done this at my local oil change place when they weren't busy. Some tires don't look low, even if they are, but a trailer tire like a 20.5-8x10 you should be able to tell if it is in need of an additional 71 psi. Before towing the trailer with that tire on it I would advise testing the pressure with several gauges and if it needs filled a tire...
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  • 205/65-10 Loadstar Tire Recommendation for a Trailer Tire Size 20.5x8-10 Tire
    The tire size 205/65-10 is equivalent to the 20.5x8-10 tires that are on your trailer. The Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire - 205/65-10 # AM1HP52 would fit dimensionally on your wheel. The maximum load on this wheel is 1,100 lbs at 50 psi. If that weight capacity is adequate for you trailer than this tire would work well for you. I attached a page that has all of the 205/65-10 tires we offer. The tire in this size range with the highest load capacity would be the Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer...
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  • What PSI Should Trailer Tires be Inflated to
    With nearly all trailer tires you need to inflate them to the max psi rating that's listed on the sidewall when they are "cold" or haven't been used in at least a few hours. This ensures you get the maximum capacity from the tires and also prevents heat buildup which often causes tire failure. I attached a help article on trailer tires for you to check out as well.
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  • Will Trailer Tires Run Cooler with More Air Pressure
    They will run cooler. In fact, trailer tires should always be inflated to the maximum psi indicated on the tire. This is because trailer tires are built with a thicker sidewall compared to passenger vehicle tires. If a trailer tire is under inflated that thicker sidewall will generate excessive heat and cause tire failure. I have included a link to our informational article on trailer tires for you.
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  • Tire Pressure Rating for Tire Size of 205/65-10
    Trailer tires should always be inflated to the max PSI rating that is on the sidewall of the trailer. The same size tire may have different pressure ratings based on Load Ranges, brands etc. For the size you listed of 205/65-10 common pressure ratings are: Load Range B: 910 lbs at 35 psi Load Range C: 1,100 lbs at 50 psi Load Range D: 1,330 lbs at 70 psi Load Range E: 1,650 lbs at 90 psi The part # AM1HP52 that you referenced should be inflated to 50 psi.
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    Trailer tires typically blow out if they are not properly inflated. Trailer tires need to have the max tire pressure listed on the sidewall in them at all times otherwise they can fail due to reduced capacity and heat build up. Be sure you are not exceeding the speed rating for the tire or overloading it as well.
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure for Trailer Tires
    Special trailer tires should be inflated to their maximum air pressure. The value for the maximum air pressure should be listed along with the value for the maximum load on the tire's sidewall. These values will usually designate the maximum load at a maximum psi. For example, if the tire is rated at 1,610 lbs maximum at 65 psi, the tire can carry 1,610 lbs of weight if the air pressure is at the maximum of 65 psi. At the maximum air pressure, the tires will perform and wear best, and get...
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  • Tire Pressure Recommendation for Trailer Tire Size 205/65-10
    On the sidewall there will be the tire pressure recommended for it. There isn't a recommended tire pressure that applies for every tire that has the 205-65-10 size that you referenced. The part # AM1HP52 for example has a PSI rating of 50 psi. This is the only correct tire pressure to use with this tire. I attached a review video for this tire as well as a help article on trailer tires for you to check out.
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    The modern size replacement for your size 20.5 x 8 - 10 is 205/65-10 like you mentioned. That means that the Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1HP52 that you referenced would fit and work well. I attached a review video for this tire for you to check out as well.
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  • Correct Tire Pressure for Trailer Tires
    It should be 50 psi if that is what is on your tire's sidewall; on any trailer tire you always want to inflate the tire to the maximum cold psi. Doing this will give you the best performance, allowing the tire to wear more slowly and give you optimum gas mileage.
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  • Will the Kenda Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tires work with a Trailer Weighing 3,600 Pounds Loaded
    The maximum load of the Kenda Loadstar K399 bias trailer tire # AM1HP52 you referenced is 1,100 pounds at 50 psi per tire. When choosing a tire you want it to meet or exceed the axle capacity. If you have a tandem axle trailer, 4 of the Kenda trailer tires # AM1HP52 is more than enough for your setup. If you have a single axle trailer, you would need to increase the tire capacity to meet or exceed the axle's capacity. Currently, we don't have a tire in this size that will meet your trailer's...
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  • What is the PSI Rating for a 205/65-10 Trailer Tire
    The 205/65-10 trailer tire size comes in different load ranges and each load range has a different psi requirement. A load range B in this size should be inflated to 35 psi. Load range C inflate to 50 psi. For load range D inflate to 70 psi. And for load range E inflate to 90 psi. The psi rating is usually on the tire somewhere. I believe the maximum that the 12 foot inflatable Caribe can weigh is around 1,600 pounds not counting the trailer (empty it would weigh much less, especially...
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  • Fitment of Tire to Replace 20.5x8.0-10 Tires on 10x5.25 Inch Rims
    Sounds like from the tire sizes you referenced that these belong to a vintage model trailer. I did some checking and the 20.5x8-10 tire size that you referenced is the same as 205/65-10. A 205/65-10 tire will mount to a 10x5.25 wheel rim and not be too wide. The Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1HP52 should fit and work well for you. I have linked a few Help Articles on Tires and Tire Sizing as well as all the tires that will fit your sized rim for your convenience.
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  • How to Pick out New Tires for a 1998 Coleman Pop Up Camper
    In order to get the correct replacement tires for your 1998 Coleman Pop Up camper you are first going to need to know the size of the tires that are currently on your wheels. There will be a size listed on the side of the tire. For example the Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1HP52 that you referenced is a 205/65-10 sized tire. If you check out the picture I attached you can see where this size is printed on the tire. Once you know what size you have you will be able to pick out the...
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