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Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel - 4 on 4 - Load Range D

Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel - 4 on 4 - Load Range D

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Bias tire has a ply rating of 8 and a 910-lb maximum load at 100 psi. The 8" diameter x 3-3/4" wide steel trailer wheel features a 4 on 4 bolt pattern and a corrosion-resistant powder coat finish. Great Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel - 4 on 4 - Load Range D part number AM30153 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM30153

  • Tire with Wheel
  • 8 Inch
  • 4 on 4 Inch
  • 5.70-8
  • Load Range D
  • Steel Wheels - Powder Coat
  • Bias Ply Tire
  • Kenda

Bias tire has a ply rating of 8 and a 910-lb maximum load at 100 psi. The 8" diameter x 3-3/4" wide steel trailer wheel features a 4 on 4 bolt pattern and a corrosion-resistant powder coat finish.


  • Trailer tire by Kenda is designed for excellent handling at high speeds
  • Steel wheel resists rust and corrosion
    • White powder coat finish over e-coat primer
  • Tire-and-wheel assembly meets Department of Transportation specifications


  • Rim dimensions: 8" diameter x 3-3/4" wide
  • Bolt pattern: 4 on 4"
  • Wheel capacity: 910 lbs
  • Wheel bolt size: 1/2"-20
  • Pilot diameter: 2.5"
  • Offset: 0
  • Tire size: 5.70-8
    • Section width: 5.8"
    • Outer diameter: 18.0"
  • Tire capacity:
    • Load range: D
    • Ply rating: 8
    • Maximum load: 1,075 lbs at 100 psi
  • Warranty:
    • 5-Year on tire
    • Limited 1-year on wheel

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.

Determining the Bolt Pattern

The first number in the bolt pattern is the number of bolt holes. The second number denotes the diameter, in inches, of the circle on which the bolt holes sit.

Bolt Pattern - Odd

To determine the bolt-circle diameter on wheels with an odd number of bolt holes, measure from the center of any bolt hole to the point halfway between the two bolt holes directly across from the first. (Example: "5 on 4-1/2" means 5 bolt holes with 4-1/2" measured to a point halfway between the opposite bolt holes.)

Bolt Pattern - Even

On wheels with an even number of bolt holes, measure from the center of one bolt hole to the center of the hole directly across from it. (Example: "8 on 6-1/2" means 8 bolt holes with 6-1/2" from the center of one hole to the center of another on the opposite side.)

Bolt Pattern - Side

Measuring the distance from the center of one bolt hole on the wheel to the center of a bolt hole right next to it can also help to determine the bolt pattern.

  • If D = 2-5/8", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 4-1/2"
  • If D = 2-3/4", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 4-3/4"
  • If D = 3", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 5"
  • If D = 3-1/4", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 5-1/2"

30153 Solid 8" White Wheel and Kenda K353 Bias Tire - LR D

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Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel - 4 on 4 - Load Range D - AM30153

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (9695 Customer Reviews)

Bias tire has a ply rating of 8 and a 910-lb maximum load at 100 psi. The 8" diameter x 3-3/4" wide steel trailer wheel features a 4 on 4 bolt pattern and a corrosion-resistant powder coat finish.


Refurbished 1984 Coleman Columbia pop up with upgraded tires. The new 5.70-8 tires look great and fit perfectly in the wheel wells with plenty of clearance. We went from a 4.80-8 load class C tire to new 5.70-8 load class D high speed trailer tires.


I purchased 3 units of the Kendra 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel - 4 on 4 - Load Range D, back in 2019 from etrailer. Since that time I put those tires through a lot and the tires/wheels served me well. The product's rating and inf. have been 'spot-on'. Recently I had the need to quickly replace 2 of the tires/wheels and I immediately called etrailer. Through excellent customer service Tracey A. looked up my previous order and assisted me in placing a new order for 2 more tires in a matter of minutes. I placed the order on Thursday and the tires were delivered on Tuesday - Great Service, Great Product. Thanks Tracey,, and thanks etrailer.



My purchase of Kendra 5.70-8 Bias Tires with 8 white on white wheel - 4 on 4 - has continued to serve me well. No regrets on the purchase and it is great being able to speak to someone who has English speaking proficiency. I admire folks that can speak more than 1 language, but when trying to figure out an issue it helps to be able to communicate clearly with expert.


Priced right and super convenient. My rims were showing some heavy rust and the tires I had wrestled on years ago were ready to pop. Two birds with one stone buying these already mounted. Super fast shipping as always. I was back on the road in 20 minutes instead of 2 hours


I have bought these trailer & wheels load range D before & needed to buy them again. They don’t last forever but I get decent wear out of them.


Exact replacement tires for my Trailer in a Bag.
Also, ETrailer once again knocked it out of the park for price, shipping and delivery


Don’t know how you do it. This item was significantly more.expensive locally and still received it with no shipping charge. I have relies on you for tow base plates, trailer hitches and scoter carriers for my last three cars and have been happy with all. Your tracking system is accurate and helpful.


Great tire, good price. I picked up 2 for my trailer rebuild project.


Excellent quick simple and accurate information and service. I was alerted along each step of the way of where my order is. Delivered in pristine packaging. Very happy with purchase and delivery.

I have not installed and used yet; but I will be tomorrow so I can pull my new kayak trailer.

Thanks for a great experience.


Great tires at a great price. Incredibly fast shipment. Very pleased with with their follow-up emails on receipt of order, shipment and now this delivery confirmation. All expectations exceeded.


No muss, no fuss. Just pulled them out of the box, installed them and forgot about them. Still there, still behaving themselves. What more do you want? Thanks!
(The trailer was built by my dad by hand more than 20 years ago. A coat of paint, a new set of socks and BAM!)

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Maurice J.


Thank you for following up. I have been pleased with them. Attached is a photo with the new wheels


Exceptional wheel and tire with a great price.Customer service is second to none. Thanks so much to the great team at e-trailer!


Fast shipping, tires packed well. Will buy from etrailer again


Hard to get this size at load range D.
has it. Excelent customer service.
Thank you


Having a small popup camper with 8" tires at first seemed to be an issue as I always read not to go faster than 55 MPH with them.
As the song says I can't drive 55. lol
A few years ago I decided to buy brand new tires for the camper as we were leaving Florida and going to Montana I thought new was best and so off we went.
I did 55, then 60, got brave and got up to 65 MPH.
By day three I was doing a little over 70 MPH for about 20 minutes then going back down to the mid to lower 60's. By the end of our three week trip 72 MPH was then norm. The tires handled perfectly. At the beginning of the trip I was worried about the tires and by the end of the trip not so much.
The next year as we planned or vacation I thought new tires was a good idea.
Second vacation was another cross country trip and the tires held up fine. I never had a worry about them but I did watch my speed. Just over 70 MPH for a while and then slower in case they were getting hot. Passing other cars from time to time I got pretty darn near 80 MPH but only for a very short time.
Vacation three came and again new tires were to call of the day. Florida to Colorado. Same as before but this time I had a blowout in Texas. Good thing I had a spare, my tires from last year. I don't know why the tire blew out as we were heading back from Colorado cuz the tread was back up the highway. lol
The spare brought us home.
Covid 19 ruined our vacation this year but hopefully next year, 2021 we will be back on the road again. And yes I will buy another set of these Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel - 4 on 4 - Load Range D.
Around $100 for a little piece of mind is worth it.
I'm not telling others to drive above the rated speed for these tires, I'm just saying what I did.
Three very long trips and just one blowout. I'm very happy.
My word of advise is buy a new set every year and keep the two you just replaced as spares. I actually have three spares cuz ya never know.
I highly recommend these tires and wheels.
Our Popup is light too, only just shy of 1,000 pounds.
If I had to guess why the tire exploded I would guess it was over inflated.

Scott F.


We used 8 Kenda tire for 3 vacations cross country and they worked great but this year we we did an over under axel swap and did 12 inch rims and tires and whoa what an improvement.


this company is fantastic-- name brand tires at lowest prices and their communication with customers is top shelf-- haven,t installed tires yet but have purchased from them before and have always been happy


I bought these Kenda trailer tires from etrailers website. They came pre- mounted on rims for the same price or cheaper than other websites. Shipping was extremely fast as they were delivered in under a week to Canada. Also the tracking website was great it showed exactly where my package was and was updated frequently. I would definitely use etrailer for future purchases.


Have bought several items from them in the past shipping,good products.Never a problem an Highly Recommend


Motorcycle trailer carrier, wheel hub sizing matched perfectly. I went with the top load rating, 975 lbs each tire, and I also ordered a matching spare.


Great tires and wheels as usual. Love shopping for my tires here !


Great tires for the price. They work well on my pop up trailer.
They wear quickly though if you don’t keep them properly inflated
So keep an eye on them


My trailer wheels came very fast.
was keep in touch of my order from start to finish. I haven't been on the highway yet but they fit well and look great.
Camping will be even more relaxing, knowing I have good tires on my camper trailer.


Quick delivery. I had a question before ordering and called and immediately got someone who was extremely helpful. This place has the type of customer service from 30+ years ago. You won’t get better service or variety of products anywhere!


These are just what I needed. I had hi run tires that weren’t rated for highway speeds so I ordered these and they fit like a glove. Good tires with a nice tread on them. Now I can go with the flow of traffic on the highways and not worry about blowing a tire.


Product was as ordered. Only place I could find this size tire with a D rating like what was spec'd on the trailer. Needed tires for a trip I was about to take so I ordered them Sunday morning with 3rd day delivery. Received notice Sunday afternoon that the order had shipped. Received the tires Wednesday morning, 2 days. Packaging was great for a pair of tires. Heavy card board box with handles built into the box and extra dunnage inside to make sure the tires didn't shift. Overall good price, great service and delivery.


I did a lot of research and shopping before making this purchase. These wheels/tires are competitively priced but; they have a better warranty.
Easy decision to make this purchase.

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    Most trailer tires require the full max PSI at all times regardless of load, but there are some tires out there like Goodyear that do have inflation charts like you mentioned where you need to use a certain PSI based on the load of the trailer. I would recommend sticking with what the tire manufacturer recommended and not what is on the trailer placard as that could have been for a different tire altogether.
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  • What Is The Recommended Air Pressure For Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Wheel and Tire Combo AM30153
    Trailer tire and wheel combinations like the Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with Wheel # AM30153 you were looking at do not come fully balanced but the tire is mounted with its high spot in line with the low spot of the wheel to get it very close. Trailer tires and wheels do not need to balanced like a vehicle tire does. The # AM30153 is rated for a max PSI of 100 PSI so that is what you will need to keep the tires aired up to as trailer tires are designed to be run at the max PSI. Running...
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    We typically recommend replacing trailer tires after 7 years, regardless of what kind of condition they appear to be in. On a trailer like yours that wasn't used too much before you bought it the tires are probably in much better shape than most 7 year old trailer tires but it's still a good idea to swap them out for new ones so you continue to have worry-free trips. Going to a higher load range tire can technically lead to less chance of a blow-out, since the main cause for this on trailers...
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  • Availability of Trailer Rim with 2.5 inch Pilot Diameter w 5.70-8 Tire Mounted and 4 Bolt Pattern
    All of the galvanized wheels we offer with 5.70-8 tires have 2.8 inch pilot diameters. So if you need a 2.5 inch pilot diameter you would have to go with a painted wheel like the part # AM30153. This wheel has the right tire size mounted on it and the right bolt pattern, but it has a painted white wheel.
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  • Smaller Wheels and Tires For a 1971 Hunter Compact JR Trailer To Store Inside Garage
    The Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel # AM30153 is going to be the smallest I recommend using. These tires are 18" in diameter compared to the 24.7" diameter of your ST185/80R13 tires. This will give you a drop of 3.35". These tires are rated for 910lbs of load each and if you were to go any smaller I fear the tires would not be able to properly support the weight of your 1972 Hunter Compact Jr trailer. The only measurements you will need to verify is that your trailer...
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  • Speed Rating for Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8inch White Wheel
    The speed rating for the Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel # AM30153 is 65 mph.
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  • Should Trailer Tires Always be Inflated to Their Max PSI
    On a towing setup you are always limited by the lowest rated component as the overall towing capacity since that is the weakest point. When it comes to trailer tires you always want to have them inflated to their max psi when cold. Not only do you get the full capacity at the max psi, you also will generate less heat in the tire since there won't be as much flex in the sidewall, you'll get better wear and better fuel mileage. The Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel # AM30153...
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  • Can I Run 185/80-13 Trailer Tire at Reduced Pressure?
    In most instances, trailer tires should be fully inflated to the pressure rating listed on the tire sidewall. Goodyear is the one trailer tire manufacturer I'm aware of that load tests their tires at different pressure ratings. I checked out Carlisle's website, and it appears that they only load test at the full pressure, so that's where you'll want to run your tires. Running at a reduced pressure would mean that you have an unknown load rating which could be dangerous. Hope that helps! I'll...
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  • Tire Pressure for Carlisle ST225/75R15 LR E Trailer Tire
    You will want to inflate the tires to the max psi that the tires have. Trailer tires always need to be inflated to their max pressure to ensure you get their full capacity whereas the max psi rating for a wheel is just how much in total it can handle. Since your tires state they need 80 psi you would need to inflate them to 80 psi when they are cold and you'd be set.
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  • Can 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tires be Balanced
    Yes, trailer tires can be difficult to balance without the proper equipment. A tire shop would have the best chance and balancing them. Since ride quality isn't a concern on trailer tires they do not have to be balanced. Usually manufacturers will line up the heavy spot in the tire with the light spot in the wheel for a quick and easy balancing. Beyond that the best option is a tire shop.
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  • 4 bolt 8 Inch Wheel and Tire Recommendation with Load Range of D
    For a wheel and tire on an 8 inch rim that has a D load range rating with a 4 bolt pattern you would want the part # AM30153. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Where to Find Rim PSI Rating
    If you pull the rim off there should be a sticker or plate that has more information. It looks like the picture you submitted may be from the inside of the rims so you may have already looked for it. Typically trailer rims are rated for the PSI of most of the tires that are available for the size. There is a good chance your rims would be just fine inflating your tires to their max psi. If you can find a brand on the rim you can try contacting the manufacturer as well. I am not sure what...
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  • Is It Okay to Run Trailer Tires at Reduced Pressure
    Unless your tire manufacturer has tested the tire's load capacity at 50 psi and could provide the specific load rating at that pressure, trailer tires should be maintained at the pressure rating listed on the tire sidewall. It would seem logical that by reducing the tire pressure by 33% to 50psi would also reduce the tire's load rating by 1/3, but it doesn't necessarily work that way. At the reduced pressure, the tire's capacity would be unknown and therefore unsafe. It's best to fully...
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  • Correct Tire Pressure for Carlisle Sport Trail 4.80-8 Trailer Tire
    Although we do not carry Carlisle tires I was able to find the maximum pressure for the 4.80-8 sport trail tire on their site. If you have a load range B tire the correct psi is 60. If you have a load range C tire the correct psi is 90. I recommend verifying this information by looking at the side of your tire. The load range should be on the side along with the max psi. Since these are trailer tires you always want them inflated to the max psi. I have attached a helpful article on trailer...
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  • Are Their Some Trailer Tires that Don't Require Full Max PSI Rating in Them
    In general most trailer tires require full max PSI inflated in them at all times with a very few exceptions. I don't know what tires you have but if there is an inflation chart for them based on load I'd go with that to find the correct PSI. This is the case for Goodyear Endurance trailer tires. I attached a link to all of the Goodyear tires we offer as well.
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  • Can Trailer Tires on Toy Hauler Be Aired Down When Garage is Empty
    Most tire manufacturers don't run capacity testing on their tires at varying tire pressures so the best practice is to run the tires at the maximum pressures listed on the tire's sidewall. At pressures below the tire's maximum, the weight capacity of the tire decreases. Because it hasn't been tested at various pressures, the weight capacity of an aired-down tire would be unknown which could unintentionally overload the tire, causing excessive heat build-up and ultimately he failure of the...
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  • Air Pressure Recommendation for Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire Load Range D # AM30153
    With trailer tires you need to run them at the max PSI listed on the sidewall to ensure you get the full capacity of the tire and to prevent heat build up in them. For the Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel - 4 on 4 - Load Range D # AM30153 that you referenced you'd need 100 psi. 60 psi would not be enough.
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  • Ply Rating and Speed Rating of Kenda AM30153 5.70-8 Wheel/Tire Combo.
    The Kenda # AM30153 5.70-8 wheel/tire combo has a ply rating of 8 and is rated for 65 mph which is the norm for that tire size. The tire is a load range D with a 910 lb capacity per tire and 1820 lbs per axle. The wheel has a 4 on 4 bolt pattern. If you click the provided link, you can see a video where our resident tire expert will run you through the specifications of the # AM30153 wheel/tire.
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  • Does Pilot Hole Diameter Matter When Replacing Trailer Wheels
    Trailer wheels like what is included with the Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with Wheel # AM30153 are centered on the lugs, not the hub, so the pilot hole size does not matter (as long as it's large enough to fit over the hub). The bigger pilot hole diameter on this wheel won't be a problem when using them to replace your current set. Just be sure that the bolt pattern on the new wheels match up to your current hubs and you're good to go! I have attached a short video review on this...
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  • Replacing 5.30-12 Wheels and Tires With Smaller 5.7-8 Wheels and Tires
    You can switch to a smaller size wheel and tire as long as you do not have brakes that will interfere with the smaller wheel or a trailer with to much weight for the smaller tires. The Kenda 5.70-8 Bias Trailer Tire with 8" White Wheel # AM30153 has a wheel with the 4 on 4" lug pattern. It is a Load Range D tire with a 910lb capacity. It is 5.8" wide and has an outer diameter of 18" which is roughly 1/4" narrower and 4" smaller than your current 5.30-12 # AM10064.
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  • Benefits of Upgrading to Higher Load Range Tires on Trailer
    As you mentioned in your question, upgrading to higher load range tires on your trailer is not going to increase the weight capacity of the trailer itself. However, a higher-rated tire will have the benefit of running a bit cooler when compared to what you currently have mounted. Trailer tire failure is usually caused by excessive heat and the best way to prevent this is by observing the tires' rated weight capacity, speed rating and psi pressure. Using a tire that can handle more weight...
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  • Smallest Tire and Wheel Combo With Load Range D Capacity
    The smallest tire and wheel combination that allow load range D will have 5.70-8 tires. This tire and wheel combination will be 18.1 inches in diameter and have a 1,075 capacity at 100 psi. There are a pair of options for you which we carry depending on the wheel bolt pattern you have. The Kenda # AM30153 has a 4 on 4 bolt pattern while the Kenda 5.70-8 # AM30156 has a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern. If you are unsure which bolt pattern you have take a look at the linked help article I've added...
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  • How to Choose Correct Tire Pressure for Goodyear Endurance 225/75R15 Trailer Tires
    I recommend the Karrier # AM10303. These tires are load range E with a 2,830 lb capacity when inflated to 80 psi. I've also added a link to a video review of this tire for you to check out.
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  • Is Kenda 8 Inch Bias-Ply Tire # AM10013 The Same As The Tire In 8 Inch Tire/Wheel Combo # AM30153
    The Kenda tire offered with the 8 inch wheel, part # AM30153 is the same tire as part # AM10013. These are both Load Range D Bias-ply tires that have a load capacity of 1,075 lbs at 100 psi. I called my contact at Kenda and they told me the Kenda tires are all rated at 65 mph maximum. The AM30153 includes the 8 inch wheel with a 4 on 4 bolt pattern and with a pilot diameter of 2.5 inches.
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