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Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C

Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C

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

Yes, if you:

  • Bias tire is best for towing off-road or shorter distances to the jobsite
  • Tread provides better traction on wet or icy roads than other tires

No, if you:

  • Bias tire isn’t great for towing long distances on the highway
  • No roadside assistance
Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 15" wheels; its maximum load is 1,820 lbs at 50 psi. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C part number AM1ST92 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM1ST92

  • Tire Only
  • 15 Inch
  • 205/75-15
  • Load Range C
  • Bias Ply Tire
  • Kenda

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 15" wheels; its maximum load is 1,820 lbs at 50 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: 15" x 5", 15" x 5-1/2", 15" x 6", and 15" x 6-1/2" rims
  • Tire size: ST205/75D15
    • Section width: 7.7"
    • Outer diameter: 27.4"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: C
    • Ply rating: 6
    • Maximum load: 1,820 lbs at 50 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.



1ST92 Loadstar K550 Bias Tire - LR C






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Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C - AM1ST92

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1630 Customer Reviews)

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 15" wheels; its maximum load is 1,820 lbs at 50 psi.

- AM1ST92
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Great selections, fast friendly service. 319622



- AM1ST92
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I like these Loadstar tires. I haven't gotten high mileage from them -- maybe 20k I think, but they've never let me down on the road. Speed limits in western states probably are higher than these tires should run but I've used them at these speeds at 95 degrees outside without issue. Shop around for them, and the etrailer tire/wheel combo is worth it if you buy here. Tire shops tell me the wheel steel isn't stout and that I should deflate to about 30 psi when possible to avoid distorting the wheels. The tires are rated for about 50psi at max load. 549945


Comments
The Kenda AM1ST92 tire carries an M speed rating, which is good for speeds up to 81 mph. Unlike passenger car tires that can be ran at varying pressures with no problem, trailer tires have a thicker sidewall. Because of this, they need to be ran at the maximum pressure listed on the sidewall or excessive heat will build up in the tire which will reduce its life. Ill link you to a help article that contains more information about trailer tires.
-- Mike L - 08/06/2018

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- AM1ST92
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Tires look great, just had them install ed. 522010



- AM1ST92
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Fair price easy doing business with. I will be buying from here again. For all my trailer needs 605333



- AM1ST92
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Impressive shipping and handling time. Everything was here in quick time, product was as promised, no mistakes or out of stock,and the price was very good. I'll use etrailer.com for my future needs. 153252


Comments
The tire worked just fine on my car hauler. Prompt and fair transaction.
Tedd R - 09/26/2015

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- AM1ST92
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Received order in about a week. etrailer even made price adjustment due to price drop on this tire after order date. Good fit after install. Same tire used by utility trailer mfg. —still in good shape after 11 yrs, replaced due to age of original tires. 478890



- AM1ST92
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Had a blowout and needed a replacement. Came to etrailer.com for it. They had just the thing a Loadstar ST204/75D15 biased trailer tire that fit the bill. Local shops did not. Price was excellent, shipped the same day I ordered and it arrived two days later. It was packaged professionally, and exactly what I expected. Had it back on the rim same afternoon and am back on the road again. Price: Excellent Shipping : Excellent and it was free Service: Excellent Product: Excellent. Customer Service: You'll get none better anywhere else...they do it right. 419810



- AM1ST92
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I'm Soo pleased with how good these tires perform. For years I just used old LT (light truck) tires on my trailer, assuming they were sufficient. These trailer tires give a much more confident and stable feel with towing. They were very affordable and , through some form of sourcery, etrailer fit them in a box to be delivered to my doorstep. 720568



- AM1ST92
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Great price on tires. In my case, free shipping and they got here extremely fast. When they came, each tire was packaged in a heavy duty carton.....(which is a very good idea when you ship with UPS). Totally satisfied and will be back the next time I need tires. 901715



- AM1ST92
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Excellent purchase transaction. Tried to buy this on Amazon and was shipped the wrong tire. Came to etrailer and they got it right. 894097



- AM1ST92
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I liked the full specifications listed for each tire. It helped me pick the right tire for my particular situation. 883252



- AM1ST92
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- AM1ST92
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Good tires, still working. 875549



- AM1ST92
by: 09/03/2020

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871395



- AM1ST92
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The tire is good quality at a good price. etrailer has great product information and description as always, and excellent service 867092



- AM1ST92
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Really good tire for the price. I bought one for the spare. It fit great, so I bought two more for the other wheels on the trailer. Now I'm set with new tires all around. Hopefully, I get some decent mileage out of them too. 857883



- AM1ST92
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Need to have them mounted to be 100% but great delivery time and they look very good! 856918



- AM1ST92
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Great easy installation and products 853163



- AM1ST92
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etrailer.com , I buy all my trailer tires from you, best price, fast shipping. 849578



- AM1ST92
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Excellent product. Also fast shipping and great packaging. 837776



- AM1ST92
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My experience with purchasing two trailer tires was Great. The price of the tires was very reasonable and ordering was hassle free. Delivery of the tires was timely and I received the tires when promise. I recommend anyone needing trailer tires to consider Etrailer.Com. Thanks in advance. 830656



- AM1ST92
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etrailer made this purchase simple and straight forward. This was a replacement of two trailer tires so I performed my own removal and installation. Nice to have a transaction that goes exactly as planned. 828871



- AM1ST92
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These tires are holding up great. 808669



- AM1ST92
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Great customer service. Excellent product competitive prices, delivered on time, excellent information provided to assist you in product selection. Would I use again 783435


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Ask the Experts about this Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels

  • USA Made Trailer Tire Size 225/75-15 Recommendation
    For your tire size of 225/75-15 I recommend the Goodyear Endurance ST225/75R15 # 724857519. The reason I recommend this tire is that it is USA made, has the highest speed rating (87 mph), has weight capacity of 2,830 lbs, and has a great warranty. This will work great on your Fleetwood Mallard! These have a ply rating of 8 but that isn't super important like it once was. As long as the weight capacity is adequate for the trailer that's all that really matters.
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  • Can Load Range C ST205/75R14 Tires on Trailer be Replaced with Load Range D Tires
    You can absolutely change to an ST205/75R14 tire that has a Load Range D, such as the excellent Westlake Radial Trailer Tire # 274-000012, on your trailer. This tire will have a maximum load of 2,040 pounds at 65 psi like you mentioned. The higher load range tire will fit your existing wheel without causing any harm to it or the trailer. You will just want to make sure that the valve stem on your wheels are rated for up to 65 psi, which they most likely are. I have attached a short video...
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  • Trailer Tire Spare Recomendation for ST205/75D15 Load Range C
    Since you have the tire size ST205/75D15 Load Range C installed on your trailer your best option is the same size for a spare. For that we have the part # AM1ST92 which would be an exact match so it would be your best option.
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Tire Cupping on Inside of Tire
    Cupping is usually caused by a bad alignment or suspension that is worn out and bouncing its way down the highway. Since you had suspension components go out while traveling I would be willing to bed that something got bent or pulled out of alignment during that incident. Best option will be to take the trailer to a shop that can do trailer alignments and have them get you straightened out (pun intended).
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  • Why Would a Trailer Tire Become Bent or Deformed Looking
    Do you mean bent like it was deformed looking? That can happen if an internal belt or cord fails. If the tire was overloaded or got hot that would cause premature failure. You will need to replace the tire as soon as possible. If the current size on your trailer is a 205/75D15 then the part # AM1ST92 that you referenced would fit and work well.
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  • Will Trailer Tire Size 215/75/14 Fit in Place of 205/75/14 Trailer Tire with 3 Inch Fender Clearance
    The 215/75/14 radial tires will be .4 inch taller than the tires you currently have on your trailer so you should have more than 2 inches of clearance. I have included a link to a FAQ article which explains how to determine tire and wheel diameter for you to check out.
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  • What Are Specs Of ST205/75D15 Bias-Ply Trailer Tires
    We have a couple of bias-ply tires in the size you mentioned, but do not carry the Arising brand. A nice tire we carry is the loadstar, part # AM1ST92. This is a Load Range C tire with an outer diameter of 27.4 inches. It will fit 15" x 5", 15" x 5-1/2", 15" x 6", and 15" x 6-1/2" rims, and has a maximum load capacity of 1,820-lbs at 50 psi. Another tire we offer is part # TTWSF20515C. This is also a Load Range C tire and it has the same load capacity and will fit the same size...
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  • Maximum Speed Rating of kenda Loadstar # AM1ST92
    Traditionally trailer tires have been rated for a maximum speed of 65 mph. You wouldn't find a speed rating on the tire's sidewall and the 65 max was then assumed. Not too long ago tire manufacturers started testing their tires for faster speeds because people towing trailers don't always want to stay under 65 mph. Since this started a lot of tires that were previously only rated for 65 mph are being tested at higher speeds and therefore the rating on them is being increased. This...
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  • Load Range C or D Recommendation for a Travel Trailer
    If you have a tandem axle travel trailer that weighs 6,000 lbs a Load Range C tire like the part # AM1ST92 would work, but since you said that is the weight when empty you would most likely want to go with the Load Range D just to be safe. For that you would want the part # AM10245 which has a 2,150 lbs at 65 psi capacity which is much more than the C. With 4 of these tires you would have a total of 8,600 lbs of tire capacity. That doesn't mean you can carry that much weight necessarily...
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  • Difference Between ST205/75D15 and ST205/75R15 Size Tires
    The difference between a D15 tire and an R15 tire is the construction. The D denotes that it's a bias tire and the R is for a radial tire. Which is best for you depends on the type of terrain you're towing the trailer on because bias tires have a thicker sidewall making them better for off-road travel where radials run cooler and have better ground contact making them ideal for highway use. Among our selection if you're going with a bias tire I recommend Kenda # AM1ST92. It's the...
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  • Rear Axle Trailer Tires are Wearing More than Front Axle Tires
    If you have the weight in the trailer more towards the back then that could cause the rear axle tires to wear quicker. You will also want to check the suspension components to see if anything needs to be replaced. Worn suspension can lead to excessive and uneven tire wear. You will also need to make sure that all of the tires are inflated to the maximum psi indicated on the tires. If you are using different tire types (radial versus bias ply) or different sizes at the front and rear...
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  • Recommended 205/75-15 Tires for Enclosed Trailer
    The 205/75-15 I highly recommend for you is the Kenda Karrier # AM10245, which has a load range of D and maximum capacity of 2,150 lbs when inflated to 65 psi. The Karrier has a tread design - see photo - that gives you great traction even on slick roads and comes with a 2-year warranty. I've added a link to a video review of this tire for you to take a look at.
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  • Recommended Trailer Tires for Travel Trailer with Tandem Axles and Max Capacity of 6,800 lbs
    Based on your travel trailer weight of 6,800 lbs, a safe load rating will be 1,700 lbs maximum. The Loadstar ST205/75D15 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C # AM1ST92 you asked from are rated for 1,820 lbs at 50 psi, so they are a good choice for your trailer. I recommend using radial tires if you will be doing mostly highway traveling as they dissipate heat differently and allow for better traction. My recommendation is the Provider ST205/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range C # TTWTRTM2057515C...
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  • What is the Speed Rating for Kenda/Loadstar ST205/75D15 Load Range C Bias Trailer Tire
    The Kenda tire # AM1ST92 is now rated for 81 miles per hour regardless of the load on them. Running it over that speed for extended periods of time can cause excessive heat build up and lead to tire failure. Another option in the same size, 205/75-15, that has the same 81 miles per hour speed rating is # TTWTRTM2057515C. It is a radial tire so it will run cooler than a bias ply tire. Provided the rest of the trailer is in good shape and won't cause uneven tire wear you can run these...
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  • What Pressure Should Trailer Tires be Kept At
    For trailer tires you have to keep the tires inflated to the max PSI rating that is listed on the side wall at all times. This ensures you get proper tread wear and the full weight capacity for the tire. Inner and outside tire wear indicates that you don't have proper inflation. I attached a help article on trailer tires for you to check out as well.
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  • Excessive Wear on Inner and Outer Edges of Tires that are Not Under Inflated
    Having the center of the tire tread wear more than the edges is typically a sign that the tires have been over inflated. Since you've mentioned that the tires are correctly inflated, we'll need to look elsewhere. This can also be caused by the tires being overloaded, but it's more likely been caused by worn suspension components. Make sure all the hardware on your suspension is still tight. Take a look at the shackle straps, the holes that the bolts pass through should be round, not elliptical...
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  • Using Two Different Tire Makes on Single Axle Boat Trailer
    Ideally, you would want to use identical tires on the same axle, but as long as both tires are the same size, both radials and are both of the same load range, using two different makes of tire on your boat trailer will not cause a problem. Be sure to keep your trailer tires fully inflated to the maximum psi listed on the tire sidewall for maximum performance and tread life. I have linked you to a tire FAQ article that you might find helpful.
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  • Tire Recommendation for Trailer to Replace 235/75-15
    The size you listed is not a trailer tire size so you will want to get them off there as soon as you can and install ST rated tires that are designed for trailer use. The closest tire size to what you have that is trailer rated is 225/75-15. For a tire you would want the Taskmaster tire # C22515D. What's great about this tire is that unlike most trailer tires it is rated for up to 81 mph. Most trailer tires are only rated for 65 mph. These have way more capacity than you would need but...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Tire that Wears on the Inside
    A tire that is wearing more on the inside of the tread usually means that the trailer is either overloaded or the tire is toed out at the bottom which could be the result of something being bent, like the spindle, or out of alignment. You should take your trailer to an alignment shop that does work on trailer and have them inspect the trailer to see if they can pinpoint the issue and fix it.
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  • Troubleshooting Inside Tire Wear on Single Tire of Tandem Axle Trailer
    Inside tire wear on one specific tire on a dual axle 5th wheel trailer could be from a bent spindle if you happened to curb it at some point, where the axle itself wouldn't show a difference, yet the tire wear would. This is really difficult to determine by simply looking at the trailer. You'd need to compare the angle of each spindle compared to the axle. Many people don't take good care of their trailers, so the shops aren't incorrect that it is common but that doesn't mean it is...
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  • After How Many Years Should Trailer Tires Be Replaced
    Even when stored in the somewhat controlled environment of a garage, tires are still subject to dry rot and flat spotting. Even if the tire tread has plenty of depth left and you can't see any cracking with the naked eye, the generally accepted rule of thumb states that trailer tires should be replaced after about 6 or 7 years. Yours are about twice that age. I'd highly recommend you replace the tires. I'd recommend going with a 205/75R-15 tires in load range C like part # TTWTRTM2057515C....
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  • Troubleshooting Uneven Tire Wear On Trailer
    Typically, when a tire displays excessive wear on the inside of the tread (closest to the trailer), it means that the trailer is consistently being overloaded. When the trailer carries more weight than the axle is rated for, the trailer wheels can bow as shown in the diagram I provided. Broken or excessively worn suspension components can cause this as well. Examine the components like the leaf springs and shackle links and replace if necessary. You will also want to make sure that...
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  • Identifying Radial vs Bias Tires
    The easiest way to tell is by looking at the sidewall of the tire. A lot of times they state bias or radial construction. If not then you can usually tell by the size. If there's a "D" or "B" before the rim diameter, such as 205/75D15 part # AM1ST92, then it's a bias tire. If there's an "R", like 205/75R15 part # AM10245, then it's radial. If the tire is a radial it will always have an "R". If it doesn't have an "R" it may have a "D", "B", or even just a dash in which case it's a...
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  • What Will Cause Excessive Wear on the Outside of the Tire on a Single Axle Cargo Trailer
    Since your trailer has been over its weight capacity most likely the problems you are experiencing with your tires are directly related to this. I would recommend getting the weight of the trailer under the capacity and then check the suspension components to make sure there is no damage. A problem that arises from an overloaded trailer with a suspension issue is the uneven wearing of the tires on the outside. Because of the overload, your suspension components may be excessively worn...
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  • Causes of Uneven Tire Wear on a Trailer
    Many things can cause uneven tire wear, including a bent axle, an overloaded trailer and worn or broken suspension components. A trailer axle should be slightly arched, with the high spot in the center of the trailer and the spindles on either end being slightly lower. When the trailer is loaded the arch will flatten, placing the trailer tire treads in full contact with the road surface. A damaged or overloaded axle may place the inside edge of the tires in greater contact with the road,...
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  • Troubleshooting Premature Trailer Tire Wear
    The first place I would look is at the suspension components of your trailer. Worn out suspension can cause tires to wear strange. You could jack up your trailer (use jackstands) and get underneath your trailer and see if you can find any movement in your suspension components. While the trailer is jacked up also try and spin the wheels of the trailer. They should spin freely by hand but you should feel a light drag from the brake assemblies. If this drag isn't present the assemblies...
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  • Trailer Tires Wearing On the Inside of the Tread
    Tire wear just on the inside tread of the tires can indicate that the trailer is overloaded. Or it could mean that the axle has been flipped over (so the bow in the axle that is supposed to be pointed up would be pointed down) and this can cause the same issue. It also decreases the axle capacity. Most trailers do not have adjustments for the camber except to adjust the position of the whole axle. To determine if the axle is not aligned properly measure from a single point on the trailer...
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  • What Causes Tires to Wear on the Outside Edge of One Axle
    If you are experiencing wear on the outer edges of the tires on the front axle of your trailer then this points to signs of the tires being under-inflated or the spindles are bent. When filling trailer tires, you need to fill them to the max psi listed on the sidewall while cold. This is going to allow for proper tread wear and for the tire to maintain the max weight capacity. If you have checked the psi of the tires and can ensure that they are filled accordingly, I would also make...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Tires that Wear on the Insides
    A tire that is wearing more on the inside of the tread usually means that the trailer is either overloaded or the tire is toed out at the bottom which could be the result of something being bent, like the spindle, or out of alignment. You should take your trailer to an alignment shop that does work on trailer and have them inspect the trailer to see if they can pinpoint the issue and fix it. Going with a different tire size would not change the axle geometry to fix the alignment issue.
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  • What Causes Cupping Wear On ST205/75-15 Trailer Tires And Should I Use Radial Or Bias Tires
    When you have cupping wear on a tire it is from the tire bouncing on the road. You will want to check the air pressure in the tire and make sure you are running the maximum air pressure that is indicated on the tire. Then, I would recommend to have the tires and wheels balanced. Another thing to check is the suspension parts on the trailer. When suspension parts begin to wear and get loose it can cause the tire to hop when being towed and cause the cupping pattern. The load range...
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