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Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 16" Silver Mod Wheel - 8 on 6-1/2 - Load Range E

Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 16" Silver Mod Wheel - 8 on 6-1/2 - Load Range E

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Radial tire has 10-ply rating and 3,520-lb max load at 80 psi. 16" x 6" Steel wheel has 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. Nitrogen fill maintains tire pressure. 1-Year No Excuses Guarantee on tire. Complimentary roadside assistance included. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Westlake. Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 16" Silver Mod Wheel - 8 on 6-1/2 - Load Range E part number LHAW133 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Westlake Trailer Tires and Wheels - LHAW133

  • Tire with Wheel
  • 16 Inch
  • 8 on 6-1/2 Inch
  • 235/80-16
  • Load Range E
  • Steel Wheels - Powder Coat
  • Radial Tire
  • L - 75 mph
  • Westlake

Radial tire has 10-ply rating and 3,520-lb max load at 80 psi. 16" x 6" Steel wheel has 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. Nitrogen fill maintains tire pressure. 1-Year No Excuses Guarantee on tire. Complimentary roadside assistance included.


  • Tire-and-wheel assembly is ideal for RVs, campers, and trailers
  • Nitrogen fill maintains tire pressure longer than standard air
    • Helps prolong the life of the tire and wheel
  • Sturdy steel wheel with modular design
    • Silver powder coat finish over e-coat primer resists rust
  • Beveled stud holes help to keep wheel securely in place on trailer hub
    • Eliminate the need for constant retightening of lug nuts
  • Westlake radial tire is constructed with double steel belts and double polyester plies for a long life
    • Nylon tread-firming belt overlays help prevent tread separation
    • Tread wear indicator (TWI) makes it easy to see tread depth
    • Radial ply tire is great for highway use
  • 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
  • Complimentary roadside assistance for 2 years
    • Flat tire service available 24/7 anywhere in the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico
  • Assembly meets DOT specifications
    • Tire meets FMVSS specifications
    • Wheel meets SAE J1204 standards
  • Center cap sold separately


  • Rim dimensions: 16" diameter x 6" wide
  • Bolt pattern: 8 on 6-1/2"
  • Wheel bolt size: 1/2"-20 or 9/16"-18
  • Wheel capacity: 3,750 lbs
  • Pilot diameter: 4.9"
  • Offset: 0
  • Tire size: ST235/80R16
    • Section width: 9.3"
    • Outer diameter: 30.8"
  • Tire capacity:
    • Load range: E
    • Ply rating: 10
    • Maximum load: 3,520 lbs at 80 psi
  • Tread depth: 10/32"
  • Maximum speed: 75 mph (speed rating L)
  • Warranty:
    • 5-Year on tire
    • 1-Year on wheel
  • 1-Year No Excuses Guarantee on tire

Lionshead Roadside Assistance Program

This tire-and-wheel assembly comes with complimentary roadside assistance for 2 years. If your RV or trailer has a flat tire, call the help line and a technician will come change the flat for you. You can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year from anywhere in the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico.

1-Year No Excuses Guarantee

This tire has a 1-year No Excuses Guarantee. If within the first 12 months the tire is damaged in any way that's not covered by warranty, it will be replaced at no charge. You will also be compensated a flat labor rate for the cost of mounting the replacement tire.

The Nitrogen Advantage

Nitro Fill Logo

The NitroFill inflation process filters out oxygen to ensure that this tire-and-wheel assembly is filled with 95 to 99.9 percent pure nitrogen. Nitrogen-inflated tires maintain pressure better than tires inflated with standard air. This makes them ideal for RVs and trailers that are driven infrequently or sit in storage for long periods of time. Other benefits of consistent tire pressure are better fuel economy, improved braking and handling, decreased chance of tire failure, and longer tire life.

A tire inflated with standard air, which contains oxygen, is prone to fluctuations in pressure due to loss of air over time and ambient temperature changes. Nitrogen-inflated tires don't experience these fluctuations for a couple reasons. First, nitrogen molecules are larger than oxygen molecules, so they are less likely to permeate a rubber tire. Second, nitrogen is a dry gas, so it won't allow condensation to build inside the tire. A tire inflated with standard air may have moisture in it, which means it is more likely to be affected by ambient temperature.

In addition, the moisture that can collect in a tire inflated with standard air will contribute to corrosion of the wheel and deterioration of the rubber tire from the inside out. A nitrogen-inflated tire-and-wheel assembly is less likely to experience this type of decay. Less moisture in the tire also means reduced running temperatures.

If necessary, you can top off the tire with standard compressed air. But to maintain the benefits of nitrogen, the tire must be refilled with nitrogen.

Beveled Stud Holes

Beveled Stud Holes Front and Back

The stud holes on this steel wheel are beveled to ensure that the wheel stays tight against your trailer hub. This also eliminates the need to constantly retorque the lug nuts.

Westlake Radials

This radial ply tire from Westlake is constructed with double steel belts and double polyester cords for increased durability. A protective layer of nylon is wrapped around the steel belts to help prevent tread separation.

Westlake Standard Tread Close-Up

The standard tread on this tire has solid, continuous ribs, and there are very few sipes (or thin grooves) cut into the rubber. This tire is designed for use on trailers, so it doesn't require the level of traction that would be needed on a vehicle that is braking or steering.

Radial Tires vs. Bias Tires

Radial tire vs bias tire graphic

Radial ply tires are designed for trailers that are towed on the highway. The cords on a radial tire are positioned at a 90-degree angle to the direction of travel so that they lay across the width of the tire from wheel lip to wheel lip. This construction prevents the cords from rubbing against one another when the tire flexes, unlike the cords on a bias ply tire. As a result, radial tires have less rolling resistance and heat buildup, which leads to a longer tread life and improved steering at higher speeds.

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"

AW133 Lionshead West Lake ST235/80R16 Radial ST Tire with 16" Silver Modular Rim - 8 on 6.5 - LR E

Alternate part number: A-HZWL-235RE-IWMO-160-600-8SIL

Alternative part numbers: A-HZWL-235RE-JGMO-160-600-8SIL and A-HZWL-235RE-DXMO-160-600-8SIL

Video of Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 16" Silver Mod Wheel - 8 on 6-1/2 - Load Range E

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Westlake Silver Mod Wheel Radial Trailer Tire Review and Installation

Hi there, heavy haulers. Today we're going to be taking a look at Westlake's Radial Trailer Tires with Silver Rim Assembly. These are available in two different sizes; either 235/85/16 or 235/80/16. The 85/16s are going to have a load rate of G and the 80 is going to have a load rating of E. Our G rated tires have 14 plies with a maximum load of 4,080 pounds at 110 PSI. These are the ones we've currently got installed.

The E rated tires have a 10 ply rating with a maximum load of 3,520 pounds at 80 PSI. With our G load rated tires, we'll have 13/32 of tread and with the E load rated tires you'll get 10/32 of tread. So with the G rating you're going to get a little bit more meat.Another thing I wanted to point out while we're looking at the tread here, is you see the small little raised section between the treads here and then you'll see there's nothing there. These are your wear bars. If your tire wears down to where the tread is gone and you've hit that small bar there, that is an indication that your tire needs to be replaced.You'll want to make sure you choose the one that best matches your trailer.

Typically, the tire size that you had on it before and the same load rating is usually what you're going to want to replace it with unless you have upgraded your trailer to withstand more weight. Regardless of which tire size you get, they're both going to have 16 inch rims with an eight on six and a half bolt pattern. And they'll both feature a steel, silver powder coated wheel, which will help protect it against rust and corrosion.If we take a look at our valve stem here, it is a solid all metal, high pressure valve stem and you'll notice the cap on the end here is green, which indicates that they are filled with nitrogen. Nitrogen is more stable than typical air that you put in here. Regular air does contain a large percentage of nitrogen, but since there are other gases mixed in, as temperatures change there's more fluctuation in the pressure inside the tire.

Keeping it purely nitrogen minimizes the amount of fluctuation with temperature changes resulting in more consistent tire pressure.Now just because they come prefilled with nitrogen doesn't mean that you have to fill it with nitrogen. You could just add regular air to it. If you do add regular air you are going to lose some of the benefits as you are going to be introducing more gases to it. But the fluctuation is pretty minimal in comparison and you are going to have more fluctuation with air but it's really not that big of a deal as long as you're checking your tires frequently, which you should be. If you are adamant about making sure that it stays 100% pure nitrogen, a lot of your repair shops around the area, especially your automotive manufacturers, carry nitrogen there and you can get them to fill it up.

There is sometimes a fee involved with that.Regardless of which size tire you get, they're both going to have an L speed rating which gives you a maximum of 75 miles per hour and they're all going to come with a two year roadside assistance from the manufacturer. One of the things I wanted to point out on our lug stud holes on our rim here, is that they are beveled, which helps center the tire onto your hub, which just makes it rotate in a better circular motion. If it wasn't centered, you can get some vibrations from it which could prematurely wear the tire, potentially cause damage to other components depending on how bad the vibration is. This is also an eight on six and a half bolt pattern, so you want to keep that in mind.Now before we install our new tires, I wanted to give you a look at the old ones to show why we're going to be replacing them. You'll see here that our tread pattern, we've got wear on the inside edge here and this is typically caused by a camber issue, so you could have issues with your wheel bearings or a bent axle that can cause that. This tire over here has a much more even wear across it, which is what you want to see. But if you notice here we've got a spot particularly in this section that is worn. This is typically an indication either that the trailer has sat for a long time which has made this flat so every time it goes around it doesn't wear properly in this section because it's not round. It could also be by a imbalance in the tire because if this is heavier than other parts of the tire when it comes down, it comes down with more force. So it wears this section even more.If you do have this, these are signs that you may have other issues that you'll want to repair when you put your tires on because you don't want to just put new tires on and end up with the same wear pattern that is prematurely going to ruin those new tires. I don't have one as an example here, but another reason you might want one is because maybe you had a blowout. And since this is a tire and rim assembly, it's got everything you need to just pop it on. And when you have a blowout, depending on how long you drove on that tire that had a blowout, you could have potentially damaged the rim to where it no longer seals on the bead or it is misshapen to where it's going to cause excessive vibration. Getting a whole new rim and tire is going to remedy that whole situation.We've gone ahead and addressed all the issues that we've got with our trailer's suspension and axles and everything, so we're ready to put our new tires on. We're going to go ahead and put our jack underneath and that's how we're going to be lifting it up to do so. Now with your axles, it is important that you don't jack underneath the axle, particularly in the center. If you are going to jack under the axle, you want to make sure you're doing it where your suspension is. Maybe you got a leaf spring pack underneath, you want to put it underneath those leaf springs.We've got a bracket that goes around our axle and you can see it here. I'm going to be putting the jack up and hooking it right on that so that way we don't bend our axle because these axles aren't like the axle that's in the back of your truck. You have a differential back there and that axle is significantly more robust on the housing because it is a drive axle. This is not a drive axle, these just are meant to be pulled. They just really are axles and bearings. Now that we've got an appropriate spot where we can lift it, we just really need to get it up off the ground. We're not going to lift it too high.I do want to also point out if you look over at the opposite side, you can see that I've chocked the tire. You want to make sure you chock the opposite side of your trailer as well. If you chock this side it might not do you any good because when you lift up, we have multiple axles here, we lift up on this tire, our rear axle is probably slightly coming off the ground as well. That's why we chocked the opposite side. Once you've got it jacked up, you always want to make sure you put a jack stand underneath the frame to support it in the event of a failure on your jack.Now that we're off the ground, we can take our socket and remove the tire. The size socket you need is probably going to vary depending on your trailer. On ours we're going to be using a 7/8 inch socket and we're just going to remove all of these. When removing the lug nuts, there is no particular order that you need to do it in, so we're just going to go around and take them all off. If you do not have a gun like we have here, or an air powered impact and you're doing this all by hand, then before you jack your tire up, you'll want to just hit all of these nuts with your hand tool. Just maybe a half a turn, just to break them loose because once you get it up off the ground, the tire's going to want to spin and it's going to be hard to do it with regular hand tools.That's our last lug nut removed. We're just going to set these aside as we are going to be reusing them. We'll then slide our tire off and just roll it off out of our way. Now that we're ready to put it on, just rolled the tire over here to get it set up. And depending on how heavy it is, one of the things you can do is put a pry bar underneath of it to lift it up. This one here is really not too heavy, so I could just lift it up. Another thing that I'll commonly do if it's really heavy and I don't have a pry bar, I'll just roll the tire up on my knee and that gives me the little boost that I need to get it up onto the hub. Now again, this one's not very heavy so you could do it by just lifting it.Now we're just going to reinstall our lug nuts. When you go to tighten them down, you want to make sure you tighten them down in a crisscross pattern. If it's a five lug set up, they call it a star pattern, but since we've got eight here, we're going to be doing essentially a plus, rotate and then another plus. And the reason we want to tighten it in this plus pattern is so that way it draws it down evenly and we don't have our rim assembly cocked onto the hub. If you saw, it's a cross there and then we just rotate and cross again.Now we can remove our jack stands and then lower it down. We can then repeat that same procedure for any remaining tires that you have, whether you just have one on the other side or you have maybe a double or triple axle. We've now completed installing all the wheels and tires on our trailer and this is where we want to torque them all down. We want it back on the ground so that way our trailer doesn't want to rotate and the wheel doesn't want to move when we're trying to torque it. You'll then want to torque it to your trailer manufacturer specifications.And that completes our look at Westlake's Radial Trailer Tires with Silver Rim Assembly.

Customer Reviews

Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 16" Silver Mod Wheel - 8 on 6-1/2 - Load Range E - LHAW133

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (398 Customer Reviews)

Radial tire has 10-ply rating and 3,520-lb max load at 80 psi. 16" x 6" Steel wheel has 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. Nitrogen fill maintains tire pressure. 1-Year No Excuses Guarantee on tire. Complimentary roadside assistance included.

- LHAW133

Great service as always, i ordered several item from etrailer over the past few years, they always exceed my expectations, this item was recieved in perfect shape as described and a day early. Thank you etrailer

- LHAW133

Another excellent job by etrailer. The right product in a very timely manner. This puts me back on the ride and back in the saddle. Thank you etrailer.

- LHAW133

Awesome customer service. This is my go to for trailer parts.

- LHAW133

Before I made the purchase I checked out your reviews on shipping, ect. I have to agree with everyone else.....you people are fantastic. I received my tire, rim package in three days from my order. Two thumbs up for etrailers!

- LHAW133

very helpful in finding the correct wheel pattern dimension and tire load range,

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Fast shipping and OEM fit.

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Now I have to order 4 more great tire t hanks

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The tires look good and have a nice tread pattern. I'm glad I purchase them with the wheels to it gave my old dump trailer a new make over.

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Fast. Well priced. No problems. Seamle ss

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Arrived extremely quick and ready to go! I am very pleased with my purchase - wheel and tire assembly look perfect too

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Great service. Very professional staff to work with. Right product good timing.

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Good product . Was just the way it was advertised . Will by again. THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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great product, great price, prompt FREE delivery

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Review from a similar Radial Mod in Trailer Tires and Wheels

Outstanding Customer Service. etrailer website is easy to navigate and search for items, correct tire and bolt pattern on car hauler trailer. I called to place order. Julie H took my order verified the sizing with me and had it shipped within one hour. There was free shipping and order made it to me within 3 days. Rolled 4 new tires and wheels out of boxes and installed. It does not get any easier than that!

Perfect - Have made several trips hauling tractorequipment for food plots. Tires holding up nicely - Could not be happier with the and the whole experience ordering. I will be ordering for my landscape trailer soon.
Michael - 08/24/2020

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Review from a similar Radial Mod in Trailer Tires and Wheels

Great products, Greatly service. I installed the trailer wheel and went fishing.Ill be getting all my trailer parts here in the future

Numerous fishing trips and I only have to worry about catching fish. Not if my tires are holding out.Thank you so much, Tandall
Randall H - 09/16/2020

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Review from a similar Radial Mod in Trailer Tires and Wheels

Half nothing but good things to say about etrailer, not so much about your shipper UPS when they delivered my tire and rim they drove over a driveway light my wife had bought about two weeks ago. She is very upset, I seldom here her use the language she used to express her opinion the UPS.

I bought the tire and rim for a spare on utility trailer havent had to use it but its still holding air so its all good
Robert E - 06/30/2021

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Review from a similar Radial Mod in Trailer Tires and Wheels

You people rock! Noticed one of my tires had great tread but the sidewall had some cracks and was starting to dry rot. Another one had some cracks also so decided to order 2 tires. Turns out the tire and rim was about the same prices as the tire. Got home today and they were in front of the garage. Less than 3 days from order to deliver. To bad USPS can't operate that way. Happy camper, Fred

Good deal already mounted and ready to go.
Fred - 01/19/2021

Still look like new and no wear to speak of.
Fred - 03/25/2021

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Ask the Experts about this Westlake Trailer Tires and Wheels

  • Recommended Tire Pressure for ST Trailer Tires and Load Rating Capacity
    The trailer tire manufacturers we work with all have recommended the information you have seen given in our online answers. The max PSI from most manufacturers the listed capacity at the highest load capacity rating of the ST tire. There are charts as you stated to give you a variable psi level from certain manufacturers, like Goodyear and Maxxis for instance, that have their primary business in automotive tires. They have testing of these levels built into their system where most...
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  • Recommended Trailer Tire PSI For Best Tire Function
    The psi max is when the tire is inflated cold. As you drive and as ambient temps change the psi will increase, but the manufacturer accounts for that change in their psi recommendations. You want to inflate to the max psi prior to your trip to give you the rated load capacity as well as the best traction. Adjusting that can cause your tires to not function as intended and overheat which is the leading cause of failure. So the # LHAW133 you asked this from would be 80 psi inflated cold. The...
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  • Replacement ST235/80R16 Tires With Higher Load Capacity For 7,000 Lb Axles
    It is not a good idea to go down in load capacity when it comes to tires. I am not sure what the fully loaded weight of your trailer is but if your axles are rated for 7,000 lbs the Goodyear Endurance Tires part # 724858519A are not rated properly for your setup which could lead to a blow out over time. I recommend a higher capacity Westlake 235/80-16 tire and wheel combination part # LHAW133 with a 3,520-lb max load at 80 psi. The Westlake tire will at least match your axle capacity...
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  • Recommended Hub and Drum and Brake Assemblies for Mobile Home Axles on Trailer
    For your front axle, I recommend the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 42866UC3. Then for your brakes, I recommend # 23-105 for the left hand (driver's side) and # 23-106 for the right hand. If you have hydraulic brakes, then I recommend # 23-324 and # 23-325 instead. For your rear axle, I recommend the Dexter Trailer Idler Hub Assembly # 42865-KIT. If you need tires to match the hubs, I recommend the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 16" Silver Mod # LHAW133. These...
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