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Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range D

Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range D

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

Yes, if you:

  • Have to do some off-roading to get to your campsite

No, if you:

  • Have to travel long distances on the highway to get to the campsite
Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 13" wheels; its maximum load is 1,710 lbs at 65 psi. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range D part number AM1ST79 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 - AM1ST79

  • Tire Only
  • 13 Inch
  • 185/80-13
  • Load Range D
  • 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 13" wheels; its maximum load is 1,710 lbs at 65 psi.


Features:

  • Flatter tread offers improved stability for excellent handling
  • 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
  • Advanced rubber compound
    • Longer tread wear
    • Low rolling resistance for smooth ride
  • Bias tire meets DOT requirements


Specs:

  • Fits: 13" x 4-1/2", 13" x 5" and 13" x 5-1/2" wheels
  • Tire size: ST185/80D13
    • Section width: 7.2"
    • Outer diameter: 24.4"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: D
    • Ply rating: 8
    • Maximum load:
      • Single tire: 1,710 lbs at 65 psi
      • Dual tires: 1,520 lbs at 65 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.


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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Customer Reviews

Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range D - AM1ST79

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (2251 Customer Reviews)

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 13" wheels; its maximum load is 1,710 lbs at 65 psi.

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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.


Comments
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


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Tires arrived quickly, package well, and best of all they are only two months old. Will evaluate tires as time goes by, but etrailer.com did a great job of fulfilling my order.


Comments
After having these tires for a year, I must say I am pleased. They are wearing well, hold air great, and offer a good ride.
John D - 07/07/2015


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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

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These tires are great! Not too many miles on them yet but they ride well. The load range of these tires is great too. The awesome part of this purchase was the tires shipped the same day I ordered them and they arrived in four days! Great customer service!



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These were priced very well and shipped in a reasonable time frame for the way things are right now. Very pleased and surprised to see that the tires were actually manufactured in the last year which is a a big improvement from the past where the normal from any supplier trailer tires (if you were lucky) were average three years in a warehouse . Just wish these tires would not dry rot so quickly as I had gotten 5 years of excellent service out of the previous set , (enviromental conditions not tire quality is the large part of the service life span on any trailer tire ) . Would not be afraid to purchase these tires again in the future



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After searching many companies for the best trailer tires for my application,I found exactly what I needed at etrailer.com. They had everything I needed in one place. Fast service , nice people , great products dropped at my door , what more could you want ..? 10 out of 10. I will be back.



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After researching tires for several days, watching etrailer videos and reading all the Q&A's, I decided on this particular size and brand because they're excellent in quality and couldn't find any local dealer that carried them. I ordered the tires, steel wheels and baby moon hubs all together to go on a 15' Scotty camper.
They look great and I would recommend them to anyone who needs a smaller, yet durable tire.



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The replacement tires were for my boat trailer, and have held up well. The professional customer Service provided by your team was excellent! Keep up the good work, thanks!



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I have never ordered tires online or for a trailer before this experience. They had exactly the tire that I wanted in the correct size that I wanted. That made it very simple to just call them up and order. We received the tires in 3 business days. We have not taken a trip on these tires yet but I expect them to be just fine when we do. If you are looking to replace original tires for your camping trailer, this is the place to look first. I will return here for future trailer needs.


Comments
Only took one trip on them last summer. One tire went flatlow sitting over the winter. We have kept it aired up during the spring, not sure if this is due to the tire or how they were installed on the trailer. never had that happen on the original tires in 6 years. So a little worried about what might happen on the one trip we plan to take this summer. any advice?
Melissa K - 06/19/2015

The problem you are describing may be associated with how the wheel was installed on your existing rim, or potentially with the valve stem. If the tire is no seated properly on the wheel, and if the valve stem is bad, or does not have a good seal, you may experience slow air leaks overtime.

-- Etrailer Expert Rachael H - 6/23/2015


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These seem to last a lot longer than the load C tires. They have worked great on my hunting boat trailer.


Comments
Tire is running great and wear just like it should.
Scuba K - 07/25/2017


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I placed my order on Friday and had my tires by Tuesday. Excellent customer service and no shipping fees to boot. Easy ordering, no hassle and they kept me informed all along the way of where my tires where. I have not worked with this company before, but will in the future when there is another need. I would recommend etrailer to friends and family. Totally satisfied customer


Comments
I ordered my tires on a weekday and poof they appeared within a day or two. Awesome customer service. I ordered 2 replacement tires and shortly thereafter I sold my popup to my brother who drove it from North Carolina down to the Keys where he lives - he has made multiple trips throughout Florida and has not had any problems at all with the tires and wanted to make sure he knew where I purchased them when it time to replace. Will definitely be a repeat customer. These people do an awesome job!
Kim S - 05/07/2015


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Got new loadstar tires for my coleman Fleetwood Rio they look great and ride even better. The ride over all is smooth and stable.



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They do a good job for the money!



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This buldge doesn’t seem correct.


Comments
These tires are shipped flat and should take a normal shape once the tires are inflated.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 09/13/2018

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We put these tires on our 23 ft. camp trailer. They have been one of our best investments! Even after sitting all winter, we did not have to add any air when getting the camper ready for summer camping season! Definitely an improvement over the D rated tires that came with the camper originally!



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I don't have many miles on them, but they are holding up just fine. As always, etrailer is great to order from, and always answers any questions.



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I recently purchased two Loadstar ST185/80D13 Load Range D Bias trailer Tires. This was a difficult item to find looking locally, online, or even calling several manufacturers and distribution centers. These tires are for our family's 10 yr old popup camper which on the last trip had a blow out and needed to have them replaced before our summer trip. I found them on etrailer at a fair price and made the purchase late one evening. By morning I had received two emails notifying me that the product had shipped and that shipping had been upgraded to 3 day with no extra cost. The tires arrived on time at my parents home where the camper was stored and the tires were installed by a local installer that afternoon. Thanks etrailer for making our summer camping trip possible and hope others find your services as beneficial as we did. Happy Trails!



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Tires look good. Will have them mounted tomorrow. Where somewhat out of shape from being packaged tight. Hopefully they will shape up when mounted.



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I bought these Loadstar tires for use on my 17-foot hybrid camper. The new tires arrived from etrailer a day earlier than expected and I was able to get them mounted the same day. I've only put about 20 miles on the tires (testing them in my local area before going OTR), but they feel very solid and ride well. These tires are very well reviewed, and etrailer has them priced better than anywhere. I'm sure to follow up on this review in time. Thanks etrailer!



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Have had better luck with these tires than Car Kenda Loadstar Tires than Carlisle brand.
The treads last longer and have had no flats.



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This rating is for customer service and assistance in purchasing new tires for my pop-up camper. Since I have just received the tires I can't honestly rate them. But if they perform as well as ETRAILER I'm sure I will be a happy camper. I ordered the tires on Thursday and they were delivered the following Wednesday. Thanks for the recommendation, the quick delivery, and a fair price. I'm sure this won't be my last purchase.


Comments
I have made several long distance and a few shorter trips with these tires over the past year. The roads vary from Interstate Highways to country backroads. The tires have performed flawlessly under a wide variety of weather conditions. I am completely satisfied. And as I predicted this wasnt my last purchase from etrailer. Thanks for great products and great service.
Doug P - 06/30/2018


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I bought these tires to put on my travel trailer. The outside and inside treads are wearing faster than the 3 center treads. I always check the pressure before getting on the road and both tires are inflated to 65 pounds.
I only have 18 thousand miles on them. I'm very disappointed in the wear pattern.


Comments
Tire treads that are worn at the edges would typically indicate an under inflated tire. Have you tired a different tire gauge in order to confirm your readings? If the pressure is fine, a bent axle or worn suspension parts could certainly cause the wear you describe, as well. The tires are covered by a 2 year warranty. Please call our Customer Service folks at 800-298-8924 for details.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 07/10/2019

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the order was received earlier than scheduled and the Heavier ply tires are towing better than the original 2 ply.



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Tires were sent very fast and well packed in a box, not just shrink wrapped. The tires themselves are by far a better tire than what came on my boat trailer. They are almost twice as heavy as the originals and much stiffer sidewall. They pull better than the old tires ever did. Their price beat any I could find here on a comparable tire. I will be getting in touch with them when I need tires again. I would rate them A- double plus.


Comments
I have put many miles on these tires, including many back roads and trails, and have had no problems with the tires. They show very little wear for the amount of miles and abuse they have had. Would I buy them again? In a heartbeat!!!
Bruce B - 10/02/2017


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I’ve had these tires for about one year and they have been an excellent replacement for the last tires on my 2007 Fleetwood Bayside pop-up camper. We just finished a round trip from Tampa, FL to Cranberry, PA and the tires performed flawlessly. I will buy these tires again.


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  • Availability of Replacement Trailer Tires for Obsolete Tire Size 7.00x13
    The 7.00 x 13 tire you mentioned is an obsolete size, and is no longer available, from what I can determine. The closest replacement we have is part # AM1ST79 which is a bias ply tire, size ST185/80D13. The tire is rated for 1,725 lbs per tire at 65 psi. The diameter of your original tire is about 25.88 inches, while the replacements will be just a bit smaller at 24.65 inches in diameter. For best tire life, trailer tires should be kept inflated to their maximum, which is 65 psi in this...
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  • Replacement Tire Option for an OEM Tire Size ST185/80 R13
    You should not have any problem replacing your OEM ST185/80R13 tires with the Kenda Loadstar ST185/80D13 Tire, # AM1ST79. The Kenda Loadstar tires are bias ply tires tires meaning they have cords in the tire that run around the circumference of the tire. Your OEM tires are radial tires meaning they have cords in the tire that run across the width of the tire. Since the two types of tires are constructed differently you should replace all of your tires if you are changing from radial to...
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  • Recommendations for Trailer Tire Wear on the Outside of the Tires
    Typically, when the outside edges of a tire are showing wear its because the tires are under-inflated. The solution is to inflate the tires to the maximum pressure listed on the sidewall. Now if the outside of tires have what looks like gouges are taken out of the rubber most likely it is broken suspension components or its a bent axle or spindle. Unlike passenger vehicle tires, you always want to have trailer tires inflated to the maximum tire pressure for the best performance and wear.
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  • New Trailer Tires Appear Deformed
    When trailer tires leave the manufacturer, they are palletized. When they are placed on the pallet, the tires are compressed in order to save space and reduce shipping costs, as you can see in the provided photo. Although they might look a bit alarming, there is actually nothing whatsoever wrong with the tires. Once mounted on rims and inflated, they will be perfectly safe and will preform very well for you. We sell hundreds of trailer tires on a weekly basis, and this has never presented...
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  • Replacement ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tires for a 2002 Coleman Utah Pop Up Camper
    The Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire, # AM1ST79, is the exact same size as you currently have on your trailer so it will fit the trailer wheels that you have nicely. I have included a link to a video review of this tire for you. Remember to always inflate trailer tires to the maximum psi rating on the tire. In this case it is 65 psi. I have also linked our FAQ article on trailer tires for you.
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  • Can Trailer Tires Rated for a Combined 3450 Pounds be Used on a 3500 Pound Trailer
    You are very close to the capacity but I would still try to stay under the lowest rated component in the system which in this case would be the tires. If you are always at 3500 pounds, the max capacity of the axle, then I would go with a higher capacity tire. Trailer tires should always be inflated to the maximum psi as indicated on the tire for longest life and to reach their maximum weight capacity. What this means is that you would have to go to a 14 inch tire and wheel. If this is...
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  • Should Trailer Tires Be Inflated to Their Max Psi Rating When Cold
    Trailer tires are designed to be inflated to their max psi when they are cold and can handle the increased pressure that comes when they heat up from driving. The only real way they will get too hot and fail is if you exceed the speed rating for the tire. Special trailer tires are usually rated to operate at a maximum speed of 65 mph. If you exceed 65 mph, heat could build up in the tire and cause it to break down and fail. If a tire is rated to run at a higher speed, this information...
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  • Tire and Wheel Combos for a Boat Trailer with ST185/80-13 Tires
    Yes, we do have ST185/80-13 tire and wheel combos, see link, but they are all bias ply tires, not radials. We currently do not carry a radial tire in size 185/80-13. All of the tire and wheel combos in the link have a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern. And they are all rated for 1,725 pounds at 65 psi. If you are changing one tire and wheel you will want to change the other side at the same time to ensure even tire wear and tracking behind the tow vehicle.
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  • Is the Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire part # AM1ST79 a Radial Tire
    The Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire part # AM1ST79 is not a radial tire, it is a bias-ply tire. In the ST185/80D13 tire size there are only bias-ply tires available. This is a tubeless tire. I attached a couple trailer tire FAQs that you might find informative as well.
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  • What is the Meaning of the Letter in the Trailer Tire Size
    The letter in the tire size refers to the load rating of the tire. For the tire you referenced, the Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire, the tire is a Load Range D tire. This means that the maximum load of the tire is 1,725 pounds at 65 psi. A Load Range C tire will have a lower capacity than a Load Range D tire. All of the tires we offer for 185/80-13 size tires have a Load Range D rating. I have attached some help articles on trailer tires for you. If you can confirm your tire...
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  • Will 185/80D13 Trailer Tire Fit On A 13 inch x 4 inch Wheel
    When installing tires on a wheel, the tire will have a range of wheel widths it will fit on, which is 1/2 inch either way. In this case a 185/80D13 will work on a 13 X 4-1/2, 13 X 5, 13 X 5-1/2. The best fit is the middle of that range, which is 13 X 5. We currently do not offer a tire that will fit on a 13 inches X 4 inches wheel.
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  • Are the Loadstar Tires # AM1ST79 Tubeless Trailer Tires?
    The Loadstar ST185/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire # AM1ST79 that you referenced is a tubeless tire. Check out the picture I attached that shows a zoomed view of the tire where it says tubeless. I also attached an FAQ on trailer tires for you to check out.
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  • Trailer Manufacturer Calls for 185/80-13 Tires- Can 175/80-13 Tires Be Used Safely
    As a general rule, we typically recommend that folks follow the vehicle/trailer manufacturer's recommendations to the letter. However, the ST175/80R-13 tires you're wanting to use are only 1/2 an inch smaller in diameter and have a tread width of only 1/4 of an inch narrower than the recommended tires. That small of a size differential won't have any negative effects. The ST175/80R-13 tires will work fine. I'll link you to an FAQ article on trailer tires that you might find helpful.
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  • Replacing a 185/70D13 Trailer Tire with a ST185/80D13 Trailer Tire On The Same Wheel
    The 185/80D13 should fit the same wheel as the 185/70R13. A 185/70R13 is not a typical trailer tire size. The difference between these tires is that the 185/80D13 is just over 1/2 inch bigger in overall diameter. This means the tire would sit 1/4 inch closer to the fender well. As long as the tire will not come into contact with the fender, a ST185/80D13 tire should work well for you. The ST185/80D13 tire that we offer, # AM1ST79, fits 13 inch x 4-1/2 inch, 13 inch by 5 inch, and 13 inch...
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  • Trailer Tire Is Expanding Larger than the Other Tires on a 5th Wheel Trailer
    I spoke with our resident tire expert about this issue. He believes that the tire sidewall has been pinched or otherwise damaged creating a weak spot on the inside. The air will take the path of least resistance and that's when you see bulges in the sides. I recommend replacing the tire and any tires that are showing similar signs. When replacing tires make sure all the tires are the same construction (bias or radial) the same load range, and of course the same size. If you can give me...
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  • What Is The Difference Between Load Range C And Load Range D Tires For Trailer
    The difference between Load Range C and Load Range D tires is load capacity and psi rating. The tire you mentioned, part # AM1ST79 is a Load Range D tire and has a maximum load capacity of 1,710-lbs at 65 psi when used as a single tire and 1,520-lbs when used as a dual. We do not offer the St185/80-13 tire with a Load Range C rating.
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  • Any Issues Going from a ST175D13 Bias Tire to a ST185D13 Radial for 19Ft Boat Trailer
    If your original tires size was ST175/80-13, like # AM1ST79, the new tire will only be 5/8 on an inch taller and 13/32 on an inch wider. As long as you have the clearance, the height of the new tire will not be an issue. As for the difference between a radial and bias tire, I recommend a radial tire especially if you are doing a lot of highway towing. Bias tire do have a stiffer sidewall over many radial tires, but the issue with bias tires is they cannot dissipate the heat like radial...
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  • Speed Rating of Kenda Tire part # AM1ST79
    The speed rating for the Kenda Tire part # AM1ST79 that you referenced is 65 mph. 65 mph is the speed most trailer tires are rated at. Exceeding this rating will cause heat build up which will eventually cause the tire to fail.
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  • Tire Recommendation in Size 185/80-13 with 1,600 lb Per Tire Capacity
    In your tire size of 185/80R13 we have a Load Range D like part # AM1ST79 which has a capacity of 1,710 lbs at 65 psi.
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  • Boat Trailer Tire Replacement Recommendation for H78-13
    The closest modern size to what you mentioned is the size 185/80-13 like the Kenda part # AM1ST79 which would fit and work well on your rim. I attached a review video for this tire for you to check out as well.
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  • Can 13 inch Trailer Wheels/Tires Travel 65 MPH on Highway
    13 inch trailer wheel/tires like the size 185/80-13 like part # AM1ST79 are rated for up to 81 MPH. Most trailer tires are only rated for 65, so if 65 is the limit you have then you'd be good.
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  • Trailer Tire Replacement for Tire Size B78-13ST
    For a B78-13 trailer tire, the closest match we will have will be a 185/80-13. The best option in that size is # AM1ST79 which has a capacity of 1,710 lbs at 65 psi. So it would be more than enough. I attached a review video for this tire for you to check out as well.
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  • Should Tires On Trailer Used For Hauling Hay Be The Same Size
    It is always recommended to use the same size tires on a trailer to make sure there is no added stress on the suspension and to keep the trailer level. Since you said one of the tires shredded, you may want to consider a replacement tire so you don't have to face the same issue with the older trailer tire. I also recommend making sure the tires you use are rated for the weight of the hay you said you use the trailer for. For a 13-inch 185 tire I recommend part # AM1ST79. This is a load...
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  • Modern Tire Size Equivalent to 7.0-13 For Trailer
    The closest modern tire size to the size you mentioned of 7.0-13 is the size 185/70-13 which has a similar section width at 7.2 inches like the part # AM1ST79. This tire also has an overall diameter of 24.4 inches.
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