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Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire - Load Range D

Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire - Load Range D

Item # WST54FR
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Radial special trailer tire with deep, rugged tread has an 8-ply rating and a 2,910-lb max load at 65 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester plies with a nylon overlay. Fits 15" wheels and designed mainly for off-road use. Great Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Westlake. Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire - Load Range D part number WST54FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Westlake Trailer Tires and Wheels - WST54FR

  • Tire Only
  • 15 Inch
  • 235/75-15
  • Load Range D
  • Radial Tire
  • L - 75 mph
  • Westlake

Radial special trailer tire with deep, rugged tread has an 8-ply rating and a 2,910-lb max load at 65 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester plies with a nylon overlay. Fits 15" wheels and designed mainly for off-road use.


Features:

  • Radial ply tire is great for off-roading on mud or other uneven terrain
    • Can also be used on highways and other paved roads
  • Constructed with double steel belts and double polyester plies for a long life
  • Nylon tread-firming belt overlays help prevent tread separation
  • Deep, rugged tread channels water away from the tire to improve traction during wet, snowy, or icy conditions
  • 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
  • Meets DOT and FMVSS specifications


Specs:

  • Fits: 15" x 6" rims
  • Tire size: ST235/75R15
    • Section width: 9.3"
    • Outer diameter: 28.9"
  • Tire capacity:
    • Load range: D
    • Ply rating: 8
    • Maximum load: 2,910 lbs at 65 psi
  • Maximum speed: 75 mph (speed rating L)
  • 5-Year warranty
  • 1-Year No Excuses Guarantee


Westlake Radials

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


Unlike standard trailer tire tread, this deep, rugged tread channels water away so that the tire makes better contact with the road. This greatly improves traction during wet, snowy, or icy conditions. Because of this, the tire is specifically designed for off-roading on uneven terrain such as mud, sand, and grass, although it performs well on highways and other paved roads as well.


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.



HZWL-235RD-150 Lionshead West Lake CR857 ST235/75R15 Off Road Radial Trailer Tire - LR D





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Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire - Load Range D - WST54FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (45 Customer Reviews)

Radial special trailer tire with deep, rugged tread has an 8-ply rating and a 2,910-lb max load at 65 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester plies with a nylon overlay. Fits 15" wheels and designed mainly for off-road use.

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These are great tires. I was fortunate to have them come with my camper when I bought it. When it came time to replacing the tires, I knew which ones I wanted. Yes, they are pricier than others but they're great wearing, long lasting tires and worth it. I was amazed at how quickly etrailer.com got these to me, also. I've never does business with them before but I will in the future when the need arises.

Diana

11/28/2023

After a year has passed, Im still very happy with these tires and I would recommend them to anyone with a camper.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.

11/28/2023

@Diana We're happy to hear they're working well for you!


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A little pricey for a trailer tire, but excellent quality. The one we're replacing was under extreme stress due to a broken leaf spring while traveling down a freeway at 65mph but, while the tread was chewed up a bit, continued on with no problem.



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Purchased these to replace existing Westlake tires on a 2021 No Boundaries travel trailer. The original tires performed well, so I found the same tires on eTrailer and ordered what I needed.



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They’re a good off road all purpose tire fo



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Aggressive tread perfect for off-pavement and work great on-pavement as well. Purchased to replace the same original tires that came equipped on a 2020 R-Pod RP189 after one blew out on the freeway. The original tires were manufactured in 2018 and already 1.5 years old when the trailer was originally purchased new in 2020. These new tires from e-trailer were manufactured in June 2023 and are only 3 months old and will be good for 3 years. Check the date codes on your trailer tires.



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Matches my other trailer tires. Arrived quickly.



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Replacement for the originals. etrailer also gets 5 stars for having the tires and the lightning fast shipping.



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I been on several off road adventures since I purchased these tire and I'm happy with the performance.



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I was looking for this specific tire to replace the pair I had. The price was good, and I got free shipping that made the price a bargain. Delivery wasn't expected until Tuesday, but they arrived three days early.



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Although I have not had time to test the product, I am very happy with the customer service and prompt delivery of the items.



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Great looking tire. Tire delivered much quicker that expected. Customer service following up during the delivery process even offered to ship alternate tire to assure the tire got here quickly.

Thank you George J.



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Tires are great, second set on my 2016 RPOD. These were the only ST off-road trailer tires I could find. Good quality, no issues



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Perfect replacement with a higher load range.



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Good tire, good service from retailer. This to replace a road damaged one. If it had been a regular road tire, I'm sure it would have caused a blow out.



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Excellent tires and service. They have been durable and reliable over the year we've had them.



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A little expensive, but when your puling a single axel you need something you can trust, The treed life of this tire is unreal. Will buy again when needed .I liked the service of the reps at etrailer.



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Excellent service and tracking ability for delivery

Rick

8/14/2022

sold the rv but great service and product. new owner loved it.



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After doing research I could have bought these tires so much cheaper somewhere else. The mark up on these was huge through etrailer which means probably everything else too so my business is done with them



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It will work for me just what I needed



by: 06/06/2021

Great off-road trailer tire at a great price!



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Great off-road trailer tire



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I ordered my trailer tires online on a Sunday. Eight days later the tires arrived via UPS exactly what I ordered. I'm very happy with the service!



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AS ORDERED, QUICK DELIVERY, CUSTOMER SERVICE IS ON IT!



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Prompt delivery, helpful sales staff



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replace same tire


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    In the tire size of 235/75-15 we have the Westlake radial trailer tire part # WST54FR that would be a great option. This is an off-road tire that has an 8 ply rating and a 2,910 lb max load at 65 psi.
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  • Weight of Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire # WST54FR
    The Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire # WST54FR weighs 37lbs.
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  • What is the Weight Capacity of the Westlake ST235/75R15
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  • Can the Tire Pressure be Reduced in Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Tire While Off-Roading
    Running the Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire - Load Range D # WST54FR at a lower psi may help soften the ride a little or perhaps help with traction when you're off-road. However, doing so can and will cause the tire to wear unevenly, so it is not recommended. Also, running the tires at a lower psi will result in an unknown weight capacity for the tire. This tire has a maximum load of 2,910 lbs at 65 psi but when you change that the weight capacity will be reduced and...
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  • Replacement Trailer Tire for Westlake CR857
    The outer diameter of the Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire # WST54FR that you referenced is 28.9 inches which is same as what your current tire size has. This is basically the current version of the tire you have now.
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  • Are Westlake T235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire High Quality
    Westlake trailer tires are nicer trailer tires and would not have issues associated with what you mentioned. Especially the Westlake T235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire # WST54FR that you referenced. This is a really nice tire with an off-road pattern and also a great warranty. These are made in China, but that's basically the norm now for all trailer tires. I attached a review video for this tire for you to check out as well.
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  • Can The Westlake WST54FR Be Run At A Lower PSI
    Running the Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire - Load Range D # WST54FR at a lower psi than it is rated to can soften the ride a little. However, doing so can and will also cause the tire to wear unevenly, so it is not recommended. Comparing these to your current tires will depend on said tires. The # WST54FR will be a Load Range E, or 2,910 pounds at 65 psi, so they are pretty heavy duty. Radial tires are designed for more comfortable highway use than a bias ply tire, so...
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  • Westlake st235/75r15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire Weight Capacity
    The Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire item # WST54FR is a load range D tire and has a weight capacity of 2,910 lbs each at 65 ps. These tires can also go up to 75 miles per hour. If you're currently using these tires with your 2017 RPOD 178 HR travel trailer you should have no problem continuing to use them. So long as the tires are properly inflated and you are keeping your trailer below 5,800 lbs you will no problems with these tires.
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    We do carry a few wheels with the 5 on 4-3/4" bolt pattern. Unfortunately the Jaguar aluminum wheel is not available in this bolt pattern. The 5 on 4-3/4" is actually becoming quite uncommon these days. For a 5 on 4-3/4 bolt pattern we offer the following: Steel Mod Silver Trailer Wheel - 15" x 5" Rim - 5 on 4-3/4 # AM38NR You could pair that with the Westlake # WST54FR. We are not able to mount tires here at our warehouse, so you would have to go and get it mounted.
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  • Can 5 Year Old Trailer Tires that Were Covered and Look Good be Used
    With trailer tires they say that they need to be replaced between 4 and 6 years of age due to them breaking down over time. Since yours were covered mostly and there are no visible signs of failure I would easily think you'd be able to get the max year range of 6 from what you have. I'd just keep an eye on them. In your tire size of 235/80R16 we have the great # WST54FR for if you were to need a replacement.
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  • Can Trailer Tire Sizes ST205/75R15 and ST235/75R15 Fit Same Wheel Size
    There is a bit of overlap in the wheel widths that the two tire sizes you mentioned fit so yes, if the wheel was 6 inches wide it would fit both the tire size ST205/75R15 like # LHWL300 and ST235/75R15 like # WST54FR.
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  • Replacement Tires For a 2019 Forest River Rockwood Roo 21SSL Travel Trailer With ST235/75R15 Tires
    The Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire # WST54FR is the same tire that originally came on your 2019 Forest River Rockwood Roo 21SSL travel trailer. The tire comes with a 5 year warranty. If you only use your trailer on road and are okay going down to a slightly smaller size the Westlake ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire # LHWL304 may be a better choice. It will carry the same 5 year warranty but as this is an on road tire it will not make as much noise and the tread may last...
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  • Recommended R-Pod Tire Replacement for ST235/75r15 Tires with Load Range C
    I have a solution for you, but we won't have a tire that is ST235/75r15 that isn't an off-road type tire like the # WST54FR. With that said, you could go down to an ST225/75r15 tire like the # LHWL304 and only lose about .2" of total ground clearance. These tires have a Load Range E with a maximum capacity of 2,830 lbs at 80 psi and a speed rating of L- which means they're safe up to 75mph. This would be the best solution available and would be a good alternative to your current off-road...
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  • Can Trailer With Existing 205/75-15 Tires Increase Tire Size to 235/75-15
    It'll depend on how much fender/frame clearance you currently have. Going with a larger tire such as the ST235/75-15 # WST54FR tire would increase the tire diameter by about 2 inches and the width by about an inch. This will move the top of the tire about 1 inch closer to the inside top of the fender or wheel well and about 1/2 inch closer to the trailer frame to the inside. With the trailer loaded up as you'd typically have it, you want to see 4 inches of clearance above the tire (3...
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  • How To Determine If Load Rating of Westlake ST235/75R15 WST54FR Is High Enough For Trailer
    Yes. To figure out if a tire is able to support the weight of your trailer you need to take the max load rating of the tire and multiple it by the number of tires on your trailer. Since your Geo Pro G16BH has a GVWR of 3961lbs and has two tires, and the Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire - Load Range D # WST54FR has a load rating of 2,910-lb at 65 PSI they will be more than capable as the combined weight capacity will be 5820lbs. Another option that will fit your trailer...
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  • Availability of Goodyear ST235/75R15 Tires for Forest River Rockwood Geo Pro 19FD
    It looks like what came with your Rockwood Geo Pro 19FD are the Westlake 235/75R15 tires with the off-road tread. At this time we do not have Goodyear tires as an option. That being said, I recommend sticking with the Westlake # WST54FR which are load range D. There is no load range E option available in this size and style. However, these have a maximum load of 2,910 lbs at 65 psi which exceeds your GVWR by almost 2,000 lbs so moving to E really isn't necessary. They have a max speed...
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  • Troubleshooting One Trailer Tire Heating Up Internally Faster Than The Other
    With the temperature of the Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire # WST54FR rising so much higher than the other tire it worries me that there is something off with one of the tires. Trailer tires will typically rise the same temperatures unless there is something causing more friction on one tire than the other. This could be caused from the spindle being bent, hub bearings not set correctly, or even a case of one trailer brake dragging or not engaging properly. I recommend...
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  • Why Is The Wheel Have a Lower Capacity Than the Tire on the Package # LH52FR
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  • Is a Tire Running at 130 Degrees Fahrenheit Normal
    A typical tire should run around 158 degrees Fahrenheit once the tire is warmed up going down the road. So 130 degrees on a tire like the Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tire # WST54FR is just fine. This can obviously vary depending on the weight of the trailer, how fast you're traveling, driving habits. While 130 is probably "normal", it isn't really a standard to try to stay at. I would say that you want to avoid hitting the 167 degree mark, that is usually when problems...
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  • Off-Road 235/75R15 Trailer Tire Mounted on 15 x 5 Lionshead Lynx Wheel
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  • Should Off-Road Trailer Tires Be Swapped With Regular Trailer Tires For Long Distance Travel
    Your Westlake ST235/75R15 Radial Off-Road Trailer Tires - Load Range D # WST54FR are designed to perform off-road and on the highway. Unlike standard trailer tire tread, the deep, rugged tread on these tires channels water away so that the tire makes better contact with the road. This greatly improves traction during wet, snowy, or icy conditions. Because of this, the tire is specifically designed for off-roading on uneven terrain such as mud, sand, and grass, although it performs well...
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  • Off Road 235/75-15 Tire Mounted on 15x6 Wheel with 5 on 4-1/2 Inch Bolt Pattern
    We don't offer a 235/75-15 tire pre-mounted on a wheel with the bolt pattern you're looking for, but we do offer an off-road radial part # WST54FR that could be purchased separately from any of the 15x6 aluminum trailer wheels we offer with a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern such as the Lionshead # LH35FR wheel. The tire is a 235/75-15 radial in a load range D, which has a capacity of 2910 lbs per tire/5820 lbs per axle. I've linked to videos for the wheels and tire mentioned above.
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