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Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B

Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B

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Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 12" x 4" wheels; its maximum load is 840 lbs at 55 psi. Great Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Kenda. Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B part number AM10064 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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Kenda Trailer Tires and Wheels - AM10064

  • Tire Only
  • 12 Inch
  • 5.30-12
  • Load Range B
  • Bias Ply Tire
  • Kenda

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 12" x 4" wheels; its maximum load is 840 lbs at 55 psi.


Features:

  • Great for off-road and agricultural use
  • Exceeds DOT requirements


Specs:

  • Fits: 12" x 4" rims
  • Tire size: 5.30-12
    • Section width: 5.6"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 21.9"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: B
    • Ply rating: 4
    • Maximum load: 840 lbs at 55 psi
  • 5-Year limited warranty
  • 1-Year worry-free guarantee


1-Year Worry-Free Guarantee

This tire has a 1-year worry-free guarantee. If within the first 12 months the tire is damaged in any way, it will be replaced at no charge.


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.



10064 Kenda K353 Bias Tire - LR B





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Kenda K353 Bias Trailer Tire - 5.30-12 - Load Range B - AM10064

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (2589 Customer Reviews)

Top-quality, bias trailer tire has been rigorously tested to ensure that it exceeds Department of Transportation standards. This tire fits 12" x 4" wheels; its maximum load is 840 lbs at 55 psi.

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Their excellent customer service and super fast shipping just landed another loyal customer. I'll be using etrailer for all of my trailer equipment needs. Thanks guys!




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This tire is rated for 80 mph because it is 4 ply.




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These were perfect replacements for my old trailer tires. Shipping was fast, got them a day earlier than expected. Joshua was very helpful with information about making sure I got the right tire for my needs.
Thanks!




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Husband is very happy. He wasn't sure about getting tires delivered to the house but for once he was glad he just shut up and let me handle it. Love it when I'm right. Will definitely use y'all again




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Do not say KENDRA anywhere on them, Brand LOADSTAR?


Comments
I contacted Americana which manufactures the Kenda Loadstar brand. The bias trailer tires will say Loadstar or a code number with a K in front of it for Kenda.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 07/03/2018


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Exactly the way I like things to go , fast shipping, the right tires just like I ordered and no B-S . Super easy to do business with , using them on the back of my 51 Crosley pickup,thank you. r. North Canton, Ohio




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seems like a good tire. Can't see anything wrong with it.




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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I ordered these tires for my boat trailer as I have a family fishing trip to go on. And to my surprise they sent me two different size tires. Now I am in a bad situation because I have to take the time that I don’t have to call and explain to these people ( if I can get ahold of a person and not a computer) how they messed up my order. Then send the wrong one back and wait for the right one. In the meantime spend more money at a local tire shop for a cheap tire to get me through my trip. Then when the right tire comes in spend even more money having it installed.


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I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 04/21/2022


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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I was surprised to get an invitation to review these tires about a year after purchase. That is a pretty rare commitment to quality and that makes me a pretty big fan of etrailer that's for sure!
When I originally purchase these I recall they were on a back order and took some time to come in, but etrailer was communicative throughout and honored the price at the time of the order even though tire prices were skyrocketing at the time and had gone up considerably by the time they were able to ship. They really are a class act.

As for the tires they are great too!

I had purchased a couple of sets of load range C tires (4.10-8) on rims locally at a big box store prior to this set and had a bunch of problems. They'd air themselves down because of poor fitment to the rim, and dry-rotted and checked within a year of being on the trailer.

These tires on the other hand are excellent in every way. They fit the standard 8" rims properly and hold air and a year later they still look great. They have good side to side traction and handle loading very well. They seem to wear like iron. They are well balanced.

I used these as an up-grade option over 4.10-8 Load Range C tires mounting them myself (I've got a manual tire machine) on the same rims after carefully measuring for clearance on the trailer. This was a good choice for me as even though I don't try to overload the trailer these slightly larger tires provide a better ride under a full load and generally are a tougher tire and better riding.

They travelled 1,300 to KY from MD and back shortly after I mounted them. While in KY I helped my Mom take down an entire garden shed, hauling it, everything that was in it, and a lot of other junk to the landfill in my small trailer (multiple trips). There were times where if I wasn't overloading the trailer, I was definitely at the bitter edge. I felt a lot more confident with these shoes on the trailer than I ever had with any other.

All in all these tires have my confidence and my recommendation!




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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Very narrow (where the rubber meets the road). Narrower than my previous purchases/use of 'Loadstar' and 'Carlisle' tires. More appropriate for a motorcycle




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Great service from etrailer.com! Easy website to navigate and search. Tires arrived promptly and fit perfectly.




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I purchased these to replace the tires on my boat trailer. They fit the rim but seemed slightly smaller than the tires I took off. The only other thing I noticed is that the tires were made a few months apart and had slightly different lettering. The font or design was different between the two. Since I only had one on each side, it didn’t really matter. Nobody will ever notice it. The tire was as described and should fit the need perfectly. I have already pulled it a few times but nothing heavy, just a couple hundred pounds max including the trailer.


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So far, so good. Still holding air and track great down the road.
Corey - 06/09/2021


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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


The last time I purchased this tire it was to be used as a spare. Recently had a tire go bad and decided to buy a new tire to match the spare I had and put both on the trailer. Both of the tires on the trailer are now the Kenda ST175/80D13 tire. Lets see how they hold up. Good looking tire. We will see if I can give a 5 star rating after some time on the ground.


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Its been a year, and they look the same as when I installed them. No visible wear, and probably 2000 miles on them. I will bump my rating up to 5 stars.
Mark - 10/12/2022


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Super fast shipping and good phone help as per etrailer!
Tire tech had some problem getting one of the tires
mounted due to its being compressed for shipping
purposes. Maybe a note should be added in listing about this issue
or video of technique used to assist the tire tech.
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My tires came folded in half ruining the integrity and shape of the tire, unhappy to say the least.


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Thank you for the photos. Customer service will contact you asap.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 06/22/2022


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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


I got this tire for my utility trailer because my old ones dry rotted out and finally started leaking after 28 years. I first replaced the spare and then the two on the trailer.
These Kenda tires came in holding good tire and bead shape, not twisted or mangled. I was pleased with that. The went on the rims really easy. I do it by hand using motorcycle tire irons. I also replaced the valve stems. I recommend these Kenda tires.


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Everything is fine tire are great no problems
Theodore - 02/20/2021


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Tire was shipped fast. No hassle. Good quality. Price was competitive compared to the competitors. This tire is hard to find and it cost a lot for being so small.




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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


Nice fresh rubber and larger diameter than the dry rotted tires I removed. Date code on tires less than 6 months old. Installed with two tire spoons and a lot of soap. As ever fast shipping, good prices and excellent service from etrailer.


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Tires show no signs of age. They hold air great. As good as the day I installed them. Good product.
Daniel - 01/21/2022


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Best trailer tire on the market in my opinion. I installed these tires on my ATV trailer about a year ago and I see no signs of wear yet.


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Awesome, no visible wear yet, several thousand miles on them.
Robert - 07/27/2022


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I used these on my ATV trailer...The Load Range D makes a huge difference over the Load range C sidewalls. No more bouncing or swaying from sidewall flex. It really improved the ride quality of the trailer and are much tougher than most other trailer tires offered for a 13 inch rim.




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I received the tires early in the morning within the five day window I was promised at my door step. Great service I was lucky that Vicky placed my order and followed up on it. I recommend Etrailer and the customer service I was given.




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Review from a similar Loadstar Bias in Trailer Tires and Wheels


This is the first time I have ordered trailer tires from Etrailer and I did not know what to expect with regard to service and product quality. The last pair of tires I had on my pontoon boat trailer were 185/80R13 Marathon tires but according to the specifications, the Etrailer 185/80R13 tires had a better load rating and higher safe speed rating than my old Marathon tires. My Etraier tires also have a 2/2018 date of manufacturing which was also a plus.


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Great ... I sold my pontoon boat recently but the tires exceeded my expectations. I now go to Etrailer for tire recommendation and technical advise. I recently bought a spare tire and rim for my new Venture trailer from Etrailer. Thanks, PW
Pat - 09/07/2019

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