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Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G

Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G

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Radial special trailer tire has a 14-ply rating and 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester plies with a nylon overlay. Fits 16" wheels and for highway use. Complimentary roadside assistance included. Lowest Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Westlake. Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G part number WE76FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-833-496-1390 for expert service.
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Westlake Trailer Tires and Wheels - WE76FR

  • Tire Only
  • 16 Inch
  • 235/80-16
  • Load Range G
  • Radial Tire
  • L - 75 mph
  • Westlake

Radial special trailer tire has a 14-ply rating and 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester plies with a nylon overlay. Fits 16" wheels and for highway use. Complimentary roadside assistance included.


Features:

  • Radial ply tire is great for highway use
  • 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
  • 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
  • Meets DOT and FMVSS specifications


Specs:

  • Fits: 16" x 6", 16" x 6-1/2", and 16" x 7" rims
  • Tire size: ST235/80R16
    • Section width: 9.3"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 30.8"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: G
    • Ply rating: 14
    • Maximum load:
      • Single tire: 4,080 lbs at 110 psi
      • Dual tires: 3,640 lbs at 110 psi
  • Tread depth: 11/32"
  • Maximum speed: 75 mph (speed rating L)
  • 5-Year warranty


Lionshead Roadside Assistance Program

This tire 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.


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.



HZWL-2358G-160 Lionshead West Lake ST235/80R16 Radial ST Tire - LR G

Alternate part number: WL23580G






Customer Reviews

Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G - WE76FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (35 Customer Reviews)

Radial special trailer tire has a 14-ply rating and 4,080-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester plies with a nylon overlay. Fits 16" wheels and for highway use. Complimentary roadside assistance included.

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Paul B made the experience with ordering and receiving our Westlake tires great. He helped us with the speedy delivery to guarantee we had them in time to start our adventure.



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Far exceeded my expectations, the tires arrived in two days and they’re all spot on! Caylin was efficient and I was informed throughout the process. I replaced all six of my Goodyear Marathons with the Westlake G Rated Trailer Tires because of it’s enhanced construction, it provides confidence in towing heavy loads while Rv’ng coast to coast. My 2010 Keystone Raptor stands a little taller now. HOOH-AH.



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These tires and wheels have worked great



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Great service an also quick shipping



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Exactly what I ordered came days before promised date



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The tire arrived a day earlier than forecasted. It was the correct size and in good shape. My local dealership could not provide a Westlake tire y are a Grand Design dealer and Westlake was the tire from the manufacturer. ETrailer delivered!



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My 4 Westlake tires were delivered on time and in perfect condition. The DOT codes on three tires were the exact week and year of manufacture and one was only manufactured three weeks earlier. These are great results as age is more of a facture than tread wear in the RV world. I will be using the new tires on my heavy 16k lb. 5th wheel and moving one of my best old tires to be the Spare. Really impressed with the 4k+ load rating and 14 bias ply tread of tire and the "G" rating as well. Big upgrades from my last tires. etrailer did an excellent in shipping and communication in tracking of the order.



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Easy process, Order and click and delivered Thank you



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Tire is exactly as advertised.


Comments
Excellent fit on my rims and performs as expected.
John B - 04/25/2021


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amazing customer service and always great products!!



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Good quality at a fair price. Friendly efficient service.



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Received my order fast. I’ll always use Etrailer , this tire was so hard to find, no tire shops in my Area could not even order it , I received my order with in days !!!



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  • Best 235/80-16 Replacement Trailer Tires for RV
    I recommend the West the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire, Item # WE76FR. This is a load range G suitable for use up to 4,080 lbs per tire at 110 psi. Four of these would put you at a max load of 16,320 pounds. This tire has a 75 mph speed rating and it comes with a 5-year warranty. There won't be any issues using these tires in a hot southeast climate so long as you fill them to the 110 psi rating listed on the sidewall and stay within the speed rating.
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  • Best ST235/80R16 Load Range G Trailer Tire
    I do have suggestions, and because there are no American-made ST235/80R16 load range G tires I suggestion going with the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G # WE76FR. It is not made in the USA, but it is made to USA specifications. This is a 14-ply tire with a max load of 4,080 at 110 PSI. It has double steel belts and double polyester plies with nylon overlay. It has a speed rating of 75 mph. I have added a link to a video review of this tire for you to check out...
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  • Recommended Replacement 235/80R16 Tires For a 2018 Keystone Montana 5TH Wheel Camper
    I recommend the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire # WE76FR for your 2018 Keystone Montana 3120RL. I did confirm that this is the correct tire size with Keystone for your Montana. The radial construction gives you a long tread life as well as better handling characteristics on the highway. With this tire you get 2 years of complimentary roadside assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year from anywhere in the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico through Lionshead....
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure for Westlake ST235/80R16 Load Range G part # WE76FR
    The recommended/max pressure for the Westlake ST235/80R16 Load Range G part # WE76FR is 110 psi. With trailer tires like this it is important to always run the max psi to ensure you don't reduce your weight capacity and/or create excessive heat build up. So for this tire you'd inflate it to 110 psi when cold and any normal pressure fluctuations would be totally fine as long as you weren't exceeding the weight capacity of the tire as well as the speed rating of 75 mph.
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  • Safe Max Tire Pressure for Trailer Tires with 110 Max PSI Rating
    The generally accepted rule for psi increases with temperature is that for every 10 degree change there is a 2% change in psi. For tire pressures like yours like # WE76FR that require 110 psi that ends up being 2 psi for every 10 degrees of temperature change. So typically tires get up to 120 degrees when in use on the highway. So assuming you are going from about 70 degrees to 120 degrees that means a temp change of 50 degrees so you'd probably see an increase to about 120 psi. So maybe...
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  • Should Westlake ST235/80/R16 Trailer Tires be Inflated to Their Max PSI on Sidewall
    With trailer tires you want to inflate them to the max PSI listed on the sidewall when they are cold and any pressure fluctuations are fine as long as you aren't overloading the tire and are below the speed rating. Yours going up to 120 psi when warmed up is fine. With trailer tires a good max temperature setting is 156 degrees.
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  • Best Tire Size For 2019 Keystone Montana High Country 331RL
    Yes, you can safely use a tire with a 6-1/2" bead width with a wheel with a 6" rim width. Any given wheel width can have several valid tire widths that can operate on it, with the narrowest of those choices being best. From my research the factory specs for your High Country call for ST235/80R/16F tires. Tires of that sizing can fit rim widths of 6", 6-1/2", 7", and 7-1/2". While all four sizes can safely operate with that tire, the 6" or 6-1/2”" are best. Personally, I would go with...
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  • Is It Okay for Tires to Crack at Sidewall and Tread
    Usually when we see cracking around the sidewall of a trailer tire it means it is starting to dry rot and needs to be replaced with a new tire, like the Westlake 235/80R16 # WE76FR. Tires have a lifespan of 3-6 years or 10,000-12,000 miles, whichever comes first. If you have excellent driving habits and take good care of your tires especially when they are in storage then they are prone to lasting longer. If you're prone to bumping into/running over curbs and you don't store your tires...
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  • What is Normal PSI Increase of Trailer Tire After Being on Highway
    So typically a tire will increase heat by about 50 degrees when hot from driving. And for every 10 degrees of heat you will gain about 1 psi of pressure. While I don't know what tires you have or what their max psi rating is but an increase of around 5-10 psi is pretty normal. If you had the part # WE76FR though 120 psi would be just fine.
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  • Should Load Range E Tires be Upgraded to Load Range G Tires
    The only reason to switch to a load range G tire (14 ply rating) like the # WE76FR over your current load range E tires would be if the current tires do not have a high enough capacity. If the current tires are underrated you will have problems and should definitely switch. More than likely the capacity of your current tires exceeds that of the trailer and this is not an issue. If you find that you need to add new tires with a higher capacity, I would be happy to help you find the correct...
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  • Do the ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tires have to Match the Rating of the Wheels?
    Your tire has to be rated for whatever weight your 2003 Travel Supreme Express 5th Wheel Trailer requires. The wheels rating doesn't necessarily have to match up with the tires. I recommend the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G item # WE76FR. This tire has a Maximum load of 4,080 lbs at 110 psi or a combined total of over 7,000 lbs.
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  • Can 235/80-16 Load Range E Tire Be Replaced with Same Size in Load Range G
    A 235/80-16 Load Range E tire typically has a 3520 lb capacity, while the Westlake # WE76FR Load Range G tire you looked at will have a 4080 lb capacity. You can certainly go with a higher load rated tire if you wish, as long as the combined capacity of the tires exceeds the weight of the trailer and its contents.
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  • What is the Correct Tire Pressure for a 235/80R16 Load Range G Trailer Tire
    The correct tire pressure will depend on what is listed on your tire. Trailer tires should be inflated to the max psi. This could vary depending on the manufacturer, so it is important to follow what is printed on the side of the tire. For example, the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire # WE76FR has a max psi of 110 which can be seen in the picture below.
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  • Recommended 16 Inch Load Rang G Tires For A 2020 Jayco Pinnacle 5th Wheel
    Going with the slightly smaller, yet higher capacity Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire # WE76FR will be absolutely problem at all. The Westlake # WE76FR will have an outer diameter of 31.7 inches and a section width of 9.3 inches, whereas the Goodyear Endurance ST255/85R16 # 724862519 has an outer diameter of 33.07 inches and a section width of 10.04 inches. So between the 2, there really isn't too much difference in size. The # WE76FR will up the capacity of the tire to 4,400 pounds...
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  • What Load Range 235/80-16 Tire for Grand Design Momentum 397th 5th Wheel
    You would be correct in going with whatever the tire manufacturer lists on the sidewall as being the recommended tire pressure. If you're referring to our photo of the # LHWL401, I was unable to make out the pressure rating shown in the photo. This tire does have a maximum pressure of 80 psi. A Load Range G tire like # WE76FR would have a max pressure of 110 psi. The load range E tire has plenty of capacity to handle the GVWR of your 5th wheel. Although it's not necessary, there's...
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  • Will Aluminum Jaguar Trailer Wheel 16 x 6 6 on 5-1/2 Fit 2017 Grand Design Reflection 337RLS?
    I looked up your 2017 Grand Design Reflection 337RLS and was able to find that it uses 16" x 6" wheels with the 6 on 5-1/2" bolt pattern so the # 274-000009 you were looking at will be a perfect fit, and will match the design of your factory wheels. Since you do not need replacement tires this is perfect for you, but if you do need replacement tires in the future then you will need a ST235/80R16 such as the # WE76FR as that was what came on your trailer for the factory. I included a...
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  • Comparing Westlake and Provider ST235/80R16 Load Range G 14-Ply Radial Trailer Tires
    I lean more towards the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire # WE76FR as being the better of the 2 tires. It comes with a 5 year warranty and 2 years of roadside for flat tires in the US, Canada or Puerto Rico. Both tires have the same tread depth, load ratings and radial construction which performs better on the highway. The Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire # PRG80235 only gives you a 2 year warranty but it does carry a slightly higher speed rating at 81MPH versus 75MPH of...
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  • Recommended 14-Ply ST235/80R16 Tire For 40 Gooseneck Trailer
    I have another option for you, but the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E # LHWL401 you were looking at are only 10-ply tires. Instead I recommend the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G # WE76FR which is a 14-ply tire with a load rating of 4080lbs at 110 PSI. The # WE76FR is constructed with double steel belts and double polyester plies making it a strong tire, and also includes a 2 year complimentary road side assistance should anything happen....
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  • Can a 235/85-16 Trailer Tire Be Used In Place of a 235/80-16 Trailer Tire
    The 235/80-16 Westlake Radial Trailer Tire part # WE76FR measure 30.8" diameter x 9.3" wide. The 235/85-16 Westlake Radial Trailer Tire part # LHWL410 measures 31.7" diameter x 9.3" wid Therefore, if you have an additional 1/2" of clearance above the tire between the fender (we recommend 3-4") then you will be good to go with the larger size. The larger tire option will then provide you with additional capacity, up to 4,400 lbs.
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  • Can Trailer Tires be Changed From 7.5-16 to 235/80-16 Radial Tires
    A 7.5-16 tire measures 31.8 inches in diameter and 8.4 inches side, so you may be able to switch to a 235/80-16 radial trailer tire, but it depends on how much room you have currently between the inside of your tire and your trailer frame. The rule is you need at least 1 inch of clearance, and a 235/80-16 tire measures 9.3 inches wide and 30.8 inches in diameter, so it is nearly a full inch wider. So if you currently have at least 2 inches of clearance you can use a 235/80-16 tire, otherwise...
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  • Recommended Replacement Tires for 2014 Palomino Columbus 385BH
    When it comes to replacing the tires on your 2014 Palomino Columbus 385BH I recommend sticking with the same size you currently have. The 110 psi should not be exceeded and is determined by the valve stem. This can easily be changed by adding valve stems like the Americana Metal, Bolt-In Valve Stem # AM20906 which are rated for up to 200 psi. This will allow you to use load range G tires like the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire # WE76FR without any issues. These tires have a...
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  • Availability Load Range G Trailer Tire for 16 inch Wheel with 6 on 5-1/2 inch Bolt Pattern
    The best option will be to order the wheel you like with the part # TA75FR and the tire size and Load Range you are looking for like with the part # WE76FR which is the size ST235/80R16. We do not have a way to mount tires in-house.
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  • Should Trailer Wheels Have Washers Between The Wheel and Hub On a Flatbed Gooseneck Trailer?
    It definitely sounds like you should have a dual wheel setup like the Provider ST235/80R16 Radial Tire w/ 16" Vesper Silver Dual Wheel # TA96FR and 4 wheels and tires per axle. Since the highest weight capacity ST235/80R16 Tire # WE76FR is rated for 4,080lbs per tire this is almost a thousand pounds less than the axle capacity. And as they used washers to space out the wheels I also worry about the trailer stability by not having the wider wheel track you get with dually wheels.
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  • How Much Tire Capacity Necessary for Cougar Fifth Wheel
    Because the pin weight of a fifth wheel is typically between 20-25 percent of its weight (as opposed to the lesser percentage from a bumper pull trailer), we typically specify that the combined capacity of the tires should cover the as-towed weight minus the fifth wheel's pin weight. So, if the 13990 lb figure you mentioned less the fifth wheel's pin weight is less than the 14,080 lb combined weight capacity of 4 of the # PTC23516E Taskmaster Premium Trailer Contender tires, they would...
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