This 13" x 4-1/2" Kenda Loadstar tire is great if you are seeking a replacement or spare tire for your camper, motorcycle, utility or boat trailer. E-coated to provide longevity, this tire uses a rubber compound and tread design providing excellent traction in wet or dry conditions. The 5 lug tire is rated at 1,610 lbs (Load D) and approved by the Department of Transportation.
Includes one white trailer wheel with a 5 bolt pattern and a ST175/80D13 bias tire. These 13 inch trailer tires are e-coated to protect the wheels from the elements to provide durability and longevity. The 13" trailer tires have been approved by the Department of Transportation and are continually tested to ensure stability at highway speeds.
This 13" x 4.5" trailer tire includes a white wheel and ST175/80D13 bias tire that has been designed for longevity. The trailer wheel is e-coated to provide protection from the elements while the Kenda Loadstar tire uses a rubber compound and tread design that provides great traction in wet or dry conditions. The Kenda Loadstar tire is mounted to a wheel which has a 3-3/16" center hole diameter and a 5 bolt pattern. The trailer wheel and tire is approved by the Department of Transportation and continually tested to ensure a smooth ride and additional stability at highway speeds.The trailer wheel and tire does NOT include center cap or lug nuts. The 13 inch trailer tire has a load rating of 1610 lbs each (Load D) and works great for campers, motorcycle, utility and boat trailers.
These are good rugged tire and wheel sets. The rims have a nice paint job and appear to be well made. It's a pretty good deal since my local stores were about the same price for just the tires, if they had these HD models at all. By the time I would have had my old tires dismounted, and new tires mounted (fees for each process), I could throw away my old wheels and these would still be a better deal. I would have given 5 stars but the tire/wheel sets had not been balanced. Do not assume they will run smooth out of the box. You'll have to lug them down to a tire shop and have them balanced for another $20 (or more). This chips away at the good deal you thought you got. Don't go to your regular tire shop, it's kind of awkward sheepishly explaining why you didn't just buy the tires from them and get them BALANCED in the first place. These took a fair amount of weight to get them to balance, but not too much. They run smooth as glass now. I would suggest to Discount Ramp that they go the extra mile (foot?) and ship these properly balanced.