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Taskmaster 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C

Taskmaster 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C

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Bias tire has a ply rating of 6 and a 1,045-lb maximum load at 80 psi. Constructed of crosscross layers of strong, stiff nylong cords. Great for agricultural and off-road use. Fits 12" wheels. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Taskmaster. Taskmaster 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C part number TTWSF53012C can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Taskmaster Trailer Tires and Wheels

  • Tire Only
  • 12 Inch
  • 5.30-12
  • Load Range C
  • Bias Ply Tire
  • M - 81 mph
  • Taskmaster

Bias tire has a ply rating of 6 and a 1,045-lb maximum load at 80 psi. Constructed of crosscross layers of strong, stiff nylong cords. Great for agricultural and off-road use. Fits 12" wheels.


Features:

  • Bias ply tire is great for agricultural and off-road use
  • Stiffer sidewalls allow entire tire to flex easily
    • Constructed with crisscross layers of strong nylon cords
    • Provides a smooth ride on uneven surfaces
  • Tread depth bars offer a quick visual indicator of tread wear
  • Meets DOT specifications and exceeds FMVSS


Specs:

  • Fits 12" x 4" rims
  • Tire size: 5.30-12
    • Section width: 5.3"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 21.5"
  • Tire capacity:
    • Load range: C
    • Ply rating: 6
    • Maximum load: 1,045 lbs at 80 psi
  • Maximum speed: 81 mph (speed rating M)
  • 2-Year limited warranty


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.



SF53012C Task Master ST530X12 Bias Ply Tire - LR C

Replaces Taskmaster TTWLG53012C

Item # TTWSF53012C






Customer Reviews

Taskmaster 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire - Load Range C - TTWSF53012C

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (88 Customer Reviews)

Bias tire has a ply rating of 6 and a 1,045-lb maximum load at 80 psi. Constructed of crosscross layers of strong, stiff nylong cords. Great for agricultural and off-road use. Fits 12" wheels.

- TTWSF53012C
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Bought this instead of radial based on E trailer advise. It performed very well on rough Mexican roads 4400 kms. Showing wear signs but that's likely normal on small rims. Highway at 60 mph no issues. My friend shredded 2 radial trailer sidewalls on one two hour rough Mexican dirt road, construction rocky section so I was glad I followed etrailers recommendation.



- TTWSF53012C
by:

Tires are great, maybe best 12" available. But etrailer flattens them for shipping and t was not able to get them to return to shape, even with heat. Had to take to tire shop for install. But I expect great service from them.



- TTWSF53012C
by:

The service was quick and the product was as advertised. Would recommend to anyone.



- TTWSF53012C
by:

Quality tire,good price



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I haven’t even opened the box yet. But let me tell you WHY I purchased these tires. I’ve had two blowouts on my golf cart trailer. Yes, I run it fast. Usually around 70-75 mph. And these tires are rated at over 81 mph! I’ve got to give them a try.


Comments
Great after 1 Year. Actually, I’ve not given much thought to my trailer tires since I put these on! I guess that says it all.
Donald - 11/01/2020


- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Overall I am happy with my purchase of these tires. I wanted the higher highway speed rating (M 81 mph) and that is what I got. I rate my satisfaction at 85%. Happy with cost. Happy with quicknest of filling my order and arrival time of the tires. A little less than 100% happy because the tires are already a year old (DOT 2619). That's one less year that the comfort zone of a six year tire. I understand LIFO and I can live with it.



- SF20514C
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Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


They are alright in my book. They held up to decently high loads and they have good treadware. I put 40,000 miles on them and only had 2 flats dude to nails. Still have yet to ware one out all the way. They only thing I would like better is on one of my tires had some belting show before I even put it on. It was molded far offcenter and inside the tread valley you could see the nylon



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Love etrailer! AFFORDABLE PRICES, quality merchandise. Fast shipping. Basically have everything you need and more. A great place to shop.



- TTWSF20515C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I have had nothing but good experiences with etrailer. My 5 tires arrived quickly and they were fresh stock. As usual, each tire was individually boxed. They mounted and balanced good. The tech support was very courteous and helpful answering my questions and getting my order submitted.



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I have had these tires on a P/U camper for a year now and I am very satisfied. I have pulled it to Co. from Tx. and have had now issues with them. I like the fact that they are rated at 81MPH and can be pulled safely at 70 to 75 MPH. When purchasing tires it is important that you find a tire to that will preform. You can find tires in this size cheaper at big box stores but you will not have the peace of mind you have with this tire from etrailer. This is the second set of tires that I purchased from etrailer in this load range and speed range. I use my P/U camper a lot. I will continue to purchase from etrailer. I have had no problems with delivery or costumer service. They say what they do and do what they say.



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Seems like a good product. Came way over packaged but arrived in good shape. I gave 4 stars because its hard to rate something that I haven't had time to truly test out. In 3 to 5 years I can give a full honest review of the tires. Until then u can only give 4 stars.



- TTWSF20515C
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Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Quick and simple ordering process; I chose free shipping, thinking I'd get this pair of tires in 2 weeks, but they arrived in 6 days and it was easy to check their progress from halfway across the country. As for the tires: these are an exact match for those that came with my dual axle trailer, which we are using for timber and milling work in the Midwest--some 1500 miles away, so these bias ply tires have seen a load of interstate miles--currently 22,000-- as well as off-road timber work, and they have held up well. My trailer manufacturer has moved to radial tires (supposedly better for the highway), but I was pleased to find these priced right at etrailer. Class operation; will order from them again.


Comments
No problems this set is right at 18,000 miles about 98 highway and interstate use back and forth to Midwest and twice to East Coast. Should replace the original pair on the other axle which are getting smooth. Will do that at etrailer, of course. Thanks.
BurOak - 01/26/2018



- TTWTD17513C
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Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


These tires work as expected. I was not able to mount them myself at home (I mount my own motorcycle tires), but a local tire shop handled that just fine for a small fee. I trailer my bikes to race tracks, and have had no issues with these, wet or dry roads. Of course, I'm not flying along when pulling a trailer.


Comments
Still working fine.
Ace - 03/04/2018



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


At the time of this review the tires have about 900 miles on them. Most of the miles in the 60-70mph range. Purchased these tires for the 81mph speed rating. The 90psi air pressure usually has to be checked and some air added every few weeks. Over all the tires seem to be very good tires thus far. The previous tires had 7+ years of service. I am hoping these tires do as well.


Comments
Tires are holding up well. I am very satisfied with the tread wear. Tires are smooth at all speeds.
Dave i - 08/14/2019



- TTWSF20515C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I have made several purchase recently from etrailer.com and could not be more satisfied with the entire experience. The products were exactly as described and of good quality. Delivery was very prompt, even better than promised. Excellent bunch to do business with. I'll be back!


Comments
All is good. I have since purchased the Blue Ox towing system to pull the Jeep behind the RV. Perfect!
Rick E - 06/11/2016



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Very good value. Broke Springs on a small center console tender trailer, thought OH boy how am I gonna find parts for this. Searched on-line. Found etrailer and BAM = problem solved. Got springs, shackles, bolts, even an entire spare and tire for a couple hundred bucks and THEY ALL FIT and at least as good quality as the thing was build with. Excellent and pretty quick shipping and delivery for heavy stuff.



- TTWSF22515D
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Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Don't buy these tires. I purchased these as a cheap tire to put on a boat trailer that I rarely use. The tires arrived extremely warped and distorted. It was impossible to get the bead to seat on the rim. I tried using a big air compressor, I tried using a strap around the tires, I tried using the explosive method, I tried using the cheater tank, I took them to professional tire shops. I ended up having to put inner tubes inside these tubeless tires just to get them to seat on the bead. I would have been much better ahead to have not incured the $40 cost of the intertubes, and also not have incurred the hours of frustration and running around to tire shops. Don't buy these tires, it's false economy. Spend more money and get a premium quality tire. I'm very happy with E-trailer. I'm just not happy with these tires.



- SF20514C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Only second time ordering from etrailer. Experience was great both times. I live in a small mountain town, could not get correct size tire. Called etrailer, no long wait for a difficult to understand sales desk. Got tire in 4 days.


Comments
Still rolling holds air doing what its supposed to. Satisfied with tire.
Les G - 06/22/2017



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


After one year of use I probably have 3000 miles on these jet ski trailer tires. They were the highest speed rated Tire of the size I could find. They have done well. I remember being a little freaked out when I got them in the mail because three of them fit in a box the size of a small slim TV and they look like bicycle tires uninflated. spent an additional $40 having them professionally mounted at a local Goodyear dealer.



- TTWSF20515C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


This is a replacement tire. I used the same make and designation to match other trailer tires. Pep Boys did the mounting for about $17 on the old rim (install, check balance, valve stem and old tire disposal). These newer tires have the speed rating on them with an excellent 81 MPH. Which is better than the competitors with the same tire designation. The other manufactures had a speed rating of 65 MPH. The five star rating is based upon the cost, timely deliver and that it mounted and balanced without any issues. Thanks etrailer!



- TTWSF22515D
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


These tires with rim came in on time and un-damaged. They fit my trailer and are still in use today. I like the ease of ordering on line and had no hiccups. When ready to buy tires for my trailer again I will certainly buy them from etrailer.com



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I called etrailer and ordering these tires was fast and simple. I chose these tires as they have a higher speed rating than other brands of the same size. All three Tires arrived in a large box and I took them down to have them mounted as these size tires are very difficult to mount without an Air Blast nozzle. I watched the guys at the tire shop try to inflate them like a normal Tire and they were having a hard time they broke out a large hose with some type of attachment and held it against the bead and blew air into the tire and then they beaded up. I have not put many miles on the tires so I cannot speak as to the quality and longevity. I was expecting tires made recently however the DOT numbers on the tire indicated they were 2016 so these were two years old already upon arrival.



- TTWSF20515C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I had to order 2 new trailer tires and wanted the same brand that was on it already. I discovered etrailer.com and noticed they carry the exact tire I was looking for. I was kind of in a hurry for the tires and was hoping they could get them to me quickly. They do have super fast shipping and the tires showed up just in time. I've ordered lots of tires in my lifetime and this is the first time I've had tires delivered in a box. Each tire was in it's own box. I thought that was pretty cool. To me, it shows they care about their product. Thanks for the fast shipping and the extra care you take delivering tires.



- TTWSF22515D
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I have a full set of bias ply tires on my Road King torsion axle trailer (2 axles - 4 wheels). As I have not bought this brand before let's wait and see until I have a couple of thousand miles on them before fully signing off on an opinion. For the time being I'll give them a "GOOD".



- TTWSF48012C
by:

Review from a similar TM Bias Ply in Trailer Tires and Wheels


These tires are for my small utility trailer to replace the original stock tires. Order process was smooth, shipping was quick and packing was great. Will definitely get my next set of tires/wheels from here. Great service.


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Ask the Experts about this Taskmaster Trailer Tires and Wheels

  • M Speed Rated Trailer Tires for Tire Size 5.30-12
    Yes, in the tire size of 5.30-12 the only part number we have is the # TTWSF53012C that has the higher speed rating of 81 mph.
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  • Recommended Trailer Tire for Size 5.30-12
    The best option we have for a tire in the size you have of 5.30-12 is the part # TTWSF53012C which is a Load Range C which means it has a weight capacity of 1,045 lbs at 80 psi. What's also nice about this tire is that it has a speed rating of 81 MPH.
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  • Taller Tire Size to Replace 145R12C with at Least 1,000 lb per Tire Weight Capacity
    The tire size of 5.30-12 is .6 of an inch taller than your current size and you'd need at least a Load Range of C to get over the 1,000 lb per tire capacity needed. So for that we have the Taskmaster part # TTWSF53012C which has a higher speed rating too of 81 mph.
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  • Is 80 PSI Rating for 5.30-12 Size Tires Correct
    Although it may seem like a bit too much psi for your 5.30-12 size Carlisle tires, if the sidewall states 80 psi that is what you need to fill the tires to when they are cold. It sounds like you have the part 519077 from Carlisle which is essentially the same thing as the Taskmaster 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire # TTWSF53012C which has a Load Range of C (1,045 lbs at 80 psi). Trailer tires should always be filled to the psi rating on their sidewall to ensure proper performance. Any psi rating...
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  • 5.30-12 Trailer Tire Recommendation for Motorcycle Trailer
    Best tire we have in the size of 5.30-12 that you mentioned is the Taskmaster part # TTWSF53012C which is a bias ply tire. This bias ply tire is built with 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 for strength. Unlike radial tires, which have cords that run at a 90-degree angle to the direction of travel, bias ply tires are built to have stiffer sidewalls so that the entire tire is able...
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  • Can 4.80-12 Tire Size be Replaced with 5.30-12
    You could very easily go to the larger tire size of 5.30-12 over the 4.80-12 if you wanted to. The part # TTWSF53012C would be a great choice in this tire size that would last a long time. Although typically it's not mileage that wears out trailer tires it's age. Usually tires should get replaced around 4-6 years which typically happens for they wear out.
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  • Replacement 5.30-12 Trailer Tire for a 2004 Jayco Qwest
    Nearly all tires, whether they are vehicle tires or trailer tires, are made in China. Very few are made domestically. Regardless of where the tires are made they still have to meet DOT specifications. I recommend Taskmaster tire # TTWSF53012C. It meets DOT specifications and exceeds FMVSS (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards). This is a 5.30-12 tire, load range C, rated for 1,045 pounds at 80 psi. For trailer tires you should keep them inflated to the max psi. The reason is that trailer...
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  • Larger Tire Size Recommendation for Replacing 4.8 -12 on Utility Trailer
    Generally speaking you will want to have 3 inches from the top of your tire to the bottom of the fender. That means you could go with a tire overall 2 inches taller than what you have. That means that the largest tire size you go to is 5.30-12 which will be 1.4 inches taller than what you have. For that you'd want the # TTWSF53012C. This tire also has a higher than usual speed rating at 81 MPH as well.
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  • Replacement Trailer Tires for a 1998 Dutchmen Duck 801
    The best size tire to use on your 1998 Dutchmen Duck 801 would be the same size that came from the factory. I don't have a list of what size tires came on your trailer from the factory so your best option would be to replace them with the same size that is on the trailer now. I was able to determine that similar models have used a 5.30-12 tire so this is most likely what you need as well but you will want to look on the sidewall of the tires you have now to confirm this. For a 5.30-12...
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  • Does Utility Trailer with 5.30-12 Tires Require Load Range C Tires
    In the tire size of 5.30-12 the Load Range of B is 840 lbs per tire. That means that it has a max total capacity on a trailer of 1,680 lbs. If your trailer is below that weight when loaded you'd be fine as-is. If you do need the full capacity of the trailer you would need to upgrade the tires to the Load Range C like with part # TTWSF53012C.
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  • Is a Load Range D Trailer Tire Better for Long Trips than a Load Range C of the Same Size
    Going with a higher load range within the same tire size has some benefits. It will have a higher ply rating which means the tire will be stronger. Keep in mind though that the higher capacity does not increase the capacity of the trailer. The issue you may run into though is with the wheels. If your wheels have a psi rating that is lower than what the tires are rated for then you can end up with leaks or damage though damage isn't as likely in the short term. The psi rating for...
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  • 5.30-12 Taskmaster Tires With Best Speed Rating For Ironton 5x8 Trailer
    I checked with my contact over at Taskmaster and they informed me that the 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire Load Range C # TT53012C, has an M speed rating and has a max speed of 81mph. If you are looking for a tire with a good speed rating, this is your best bet. If you are looking for the tire with wheel, I recommend # AT53012R45WM. The Taskmaster 5.30-12 Bias Trailer Tire # TTWSF53012C. This is another option for you to choose from to see the value of a higher speed rating or a tire for...
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  • Will Taskmaster Tire # TTWSF53012C Fit On Hi-Spec Series 04 Trailer Wheel # AM20163
    The trailer tire part # TTWSF53012C that you referenced will fit perfectly fine on the trailer wheel part # AM20163 that you also referenced. These two sizes are perfectly compatible with each other and there aren't any options we offer that require specific contour fits either. I attached review videos for both of these for you to check out as well.
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  • Are 480x12 Trailer Tires the Same as 4.80x12 and Will a 5.30X12 Fit in Place of a 4.80X12
    Tire size 480x12 is the same as 4.80x12. And 530x12 is the same as 5.30x12. So yes, you can use 4.80x12 tires. For a 4.80x12 in load range C I recommend Taskmaster tire # TTWSF48012C. It is rated for 990 pounds at 90 psi. When inflated it is 20.5 inches tall with a section width of 4.75 inches. I have linked a video review of this tire for you. By comparison a 5.30x12 load range C tire such as # TTWSF53012C is rated for 1,045 pounds at 80 psi. It does fit the same wheels as the 4.80x12...
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  • Looking for 81MPH Speed Rated Tire to Replace 5.70-8 Tire
    The Kenda # AM30080 carries a 65 mph speed rating, the same as all the 5.70-8 size tires we carry. You won't find an M (81mph) rated tire until you go up to a 12 inch tire like a 5.30-12 # TTWSF53012C which is 3-1/2 inches larger in diameter which would move the tire 1-3/4 inches closer to the underside of the fender or wheel well. Measure your current wheel well clearance, and subtract 1-3/4 inches. If this leaves 3-4 inches of wheel well/fender clearance you should be okay. For a compatible...
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