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Kenda Loadstar 5.70 x 8 Bias Trailer Tire w/5-Lug Standard White Rim

Item # 81068
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Key Features

  • Belted for durability

  • Deep long-lasting tread

  • Low rolling resistance

  • Rust-resistant white powder-coated steel rim


Our Price   $69.99

Availability: Ships within 2-4 business days

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Product Description
loadstar Loadstar Bias Trailer Tires are belted to combine the strength of a bias tire with the durability of a radial tire. Made from an advanced rubber compound for low rolling resistance. Flatter tread offers stability. Rust-resistant e-coat with white powder-coat finishes on steel rims and heavy-duty sidewall construction are designed to stand up to the abuse that trailers often receive. Deep long-lasting tread lets you travel for many worry-free miles.
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Specifications
Tire Size 5.70 x 8
Load Range B
Ply Rate 4
Max. Load 715 lbs.
Tire Type Bias
Lugs 5
Bolt Pattern 4.5"
Rim Construction White Powder-Coated Steel
Rim Type Standard
Max. Inflation 35 psi

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LoadStar5.70 X 8 Bias Tire, 5-Lug Standard White Rim
 
3.0

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3.0

Nice tire, but axle hole was wrong size

By Ms. Moe

from Lafayette, co

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    Comments about LoadStar 5.70 X 8 Bias Tire, 5-Lug Standard White Rim:

    The size of the center hole should be specified in details of rim.

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