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Provider ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G

Provider ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G

Item # TTWPRG235R16
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Radial special trailer tire has a ply rating of 14 and a 4,400-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester cords with a nylon overlay. Great for highway use. Fits 16" wheels. Great Prices for the best trailer tires and wheels from Taskmaster. Provider ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G part number TTWPRG235R16 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Taskmaster Trailer Tires and Wheels - TTWPRG235R16

  • Tire Only
  • 16 Inch
  • 235/85-16
  • Load Range G
  • Radial Tire
  • M - 81 mph
  • Taskmaster

Radial special trailer tire has a ply rating of 14 and a 4,400-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester cords with a nylon overlay. Great for highway use. Fits 16" wheels.


Features:

  • Radial tire is great for highway use
  • Constructed with double steel belts and double polyester cords for a long life
    • Bake tested to ensure that the rubber holds over time
  • Nylon tread-firming belt overlays help prevent tread separation
  • Tread depth bars offer a quick visual indicator of tread wear
    • Tread is regroovable for additional mileage (federal and state laws may apply)
  • 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 specifications and exceeds FMVSS


Specs:

  • Fits: 16" diameter rims
  • Tire size: ST235/85R16
    • Section width: 9.25"
    • Outer diameter (when inflated): 31.73"
  • Capacity:
    • Load range: G
    • Ply rating: 14
    • Maximum load:
      • Single tire: 4,400 lbs at 110 psi
      • Dual tires: 3,860 lbs at 110 psi
  • Tread depth: 12/32"
  • Maximum speed: 81 mph (speed rating M)
  • 2-Year limited warranty


Provider Radials

Provider radials are constructed with double polyester cords and double steel belts for increased durability and endurance. A protective layer of nylon is wrapped around the steel belts to help prevent tread separation. Provider radials are bake tested - a process usually reserved for automotive tires - to ensure that the rubber holds up over time.


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.



TS-23585R160G-10008 Taskmaster Provider ST235/85R16 Radial Tire - LR G





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Provider ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range G - TTWPRG235R16

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1100 Customer Reviews)

Radial special trailer tire has a ply rating of 14 and a 4,400-lb max load at 110 psi. Constructed of double steel belts and double polyester cords with a nylon overlay. Great for highway use. Fits 16" wheels.

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It’s been a year since we put these tires and new rims on my horse trailer. Zero complaints! They are wearing well and have eased my worry of having tire trouble while hauling my best horse buddy!



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My second set of these tires. Over the years I've had many tire failures with the other brands including Goodyear, all rated 10 ply.
Was in the tire business for over 20 years so yes I know about proper inflation, rotation, loading. Boils down to most trailer tires are built like passenger car tires. The Provider tires are much heavier and built like truck tires. I cut open one of my Worn Providers to see how much under tread was there since the sidewalls are marked regroovable like truck tires.

As you can see in the picture there is a large amount of rubber under the edges where much of the wear occurs.

By the way, no tire failures in over 80,000 miles on my 35 foot 5th wheel. And that's 70+ MPH of desert driving here in AZ. Drive slower and the big rigs will be all over you...



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I ordered 5 of these 14 ply G rated tires for my 28' enclosed autohauler trailer because I had one of my current E rated tires go flat and another on the same side blow out on my last trip. This is the same problem I have had on my 43' Toyhauler where I have had 4 blowouts with extensive damage to the side of my rig.
After much research and reading reviews I decided to go with G rated tires instead of the Es that came with my trailer and RV. These support much more weight per tire than the E tires. After researching eTrailer had the best prices, free and very fast shipping, and the reviews for this particular tire when I purchased 7 of them for my RV was 122 out of 122, 5 stars! These tires are flat on top and very heavy duty! Just the difference I can see with the weight and tread are far superior to any E rated rounded tread tire. I highly recommend that anyone purchasing an RV or heavy duty trailer either insist on G rated tires before purchase or change them ASAP after your pruchase. Read the reviews and trust my own experience when I say YOU WILL HAVE A BLOWOUT...it is a matter of time and it WILL NOT be a convienient time, and you WILL most likely encounter damage to your investment!
The only thing I forgot to order this time with my 5 new G rated tires is metal valve stems. These tires require 110 psi rather than 80 psi so you MUST HAVE the metal valve stems. It was a pain for me to find them in my local area when I could have just pruchased them from eTrailer like I did the last time for my RV.
I am a happy customer of eTrailer and highly recommend thier products...and no they are not paying me to say that! LOL.



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Tires were delivered in a few days after ordering them ! They look great can't wait to get them mounted up !



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As for quality these tires they look and feel awesome. Heading out on a long trip next week with the Solitude 5th wheel so I will see how they do. The weight of the Provider tire alone is 8 pounds heavier than my existing tire/wheel combo.
As for etrailer they have great service and quick shipping. Will do business with them again!



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These are excellent tires, these two I just received are to replace two failed tires (tread separation) of a different brand. I have two older Provider tires than the two I am replacing with this order and these older Providers continue to hold up and give reliable service(We have two axles on our trailer).I just want to mention that Etrailer has sent me these tires with a recent manufacture date of only a few months ago. Now I feel confident we have 4 reliable tires on our trailer.



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I run these on trailer with 2 8K axles.
The
4,400 pounds per tire , 81 MPH rated tires are perfect! I can run the 75 and 80 MPH Texas speed limits with a full load and have a margin of safety left.
I tow around 30,000 miles a year and have zero complaints from these tires. They wear well, and I've never had a blow out, bulge, tread separation or any type of tire failure.



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As always Etrailer saved the day my 4 tires were even delivered a day earlier. Thank you guys so much and as soon as I get some time on the tires I will leave more feedback but I'm sure there 100% better than the Westlake China tires that I had.



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These tires are working very well for me. Still look great after a year with about 8000 miles on them. I bought these because I had issues with two other 10 ply expensive brands. I will purchase these tires again.



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I purchased these tires for our fifth wheel RV. We now have 1200 miles on the tires and I am very pleased in the way they handle the trailer and the road. I put the required amount of air stated on the RV which is less than the maximum rate on the tires. I also had the tires balanced when they were mounted on the wheel which I think helped give the trailer a smoother ride. The trailer came with Goodyear Endurance trailer tires in 2017 and with only 15,000 miles the tread wear was less than minimum for use. Needless to say we were very disappointed in the Goodyear tires. My wife and I like to travel and see this great country of ours so good equipment is a must have. I delayed this first review because I wanted to put some miles on the tires. I plan on reviewing again after we put 5,000 + miles. So far we are very satisfied. I do suggest that if you purchased a set of these tires, get them balance as well. It is customary not to balance trailer tires because they only "follow" the tow vehicle, but who knows?

Larry

6/14/2021

Just recently did a cross country trip traveling through mountains and desert terrain. Tires did quite well and they show very little tire wear if any at all.



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Hi there,
First of all, the track shipping
was very acurate and fast. The DOT is very good. I cant talk for the tire because Im gonna go on the road just in april.



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These tires are awesome,stiff sidewalls,massive bead area,high load range and speed rating!!! Stock 5ver tires not even close,takes some sweat to mount them.



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Exactly what I expected and SUPER FAST shipping!



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After 2 1/2 years of painful experience with a prominent brand of tires on our fifth wheel, torn up sides and skirts and having to change tires on Interstate Highways... If you have a 2012-2013 Keystone Montana or similar, you no doubt know which piece of garbage I am talking about. (Does Marathon ring any bell?) Having gone through 5 of 8 tires in 2 years, I bought 4 of these G rated Taskmaster Providers for our fifth wheel. In my case I had 6 inch wheels, so we also went to 6.5 inch wheels as specified by the tire specs. Had them balanced and there are now 5,000+ miles on them, performing flawlessly and tread looks like new. This is the solution, folks!



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Tires are great. Dump trailer is now perfect. I had the tires balanced and everything is smooth as can be .



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Amazing service, info, and fast. The products are of good quality too. Great company to deal with. A win win in my book



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Bought Provider to replace spare on my fifth wheel. I had a E rated spare and had had trouble with the E rated tires on the unit so replaced with G rated but had never replaced the spare since I only needed it to get off the road. Decided to replace it with another G rated tire. I was impressed with the Provider when it was delivered.



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Troy, the service rep that I dealt with on my most recent order from etrailer.com, did a fantastic job helping me identify the exact parts I needed to replace the wheel bearings and brake assemblies on my 40 foot Big Horn 5th Wheel. I believe the prices were very reasonable and the service was faster than I expected. Thanks Troy, and I'll definitely recommend etrailer.com as a super place to get your trailer repair parts and accessories.

Charlie P.

12/27/2017

All the products are working well!



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Tires are so clearly superior to anything available at local tire stores. These tires are so much heavier, thicker, etc. put 1200 hundred miles on them so far. Monitoring them with tireminder. So far they have been great. Not any old tire shop can mount these. Discount Tire was able to do so. Knowledge and service of etrailer rep was awesome. You can't get this service or product anywhere else in retail locations. So for a high quality trailer tire with fast delivery and great service then etrailer.com is the place.

Stephen

11/28/2017

Love the tires!



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Ordered the tires they look a lot stronger then the tires that are on my 5th wheel now. Shipping was great got 3 day sooner then was originally was told. Can’t wait to get mounted and try. Will tell how they work at a letter date.

Johnny

6/10/2019

Tires are working well the trips I have done so far with the tires no blowout.



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These tires are brutes. My 5th whl rv weighs a little over 16k. Rides on 2 axles. In my opinion there really should have been 3 axles. Having said all that, I have refitted it with a new disk brake setup, oil bath wheel bearings and these tires. All from etrailer...thank you. These are the highest weight rated tires I have ever seen for this size. After a year (spring through fall) of use they are winners. When I stop for a break while traveling I usually shoot the tires and bearings with a temp gun. These tires are rated above the weight they carry and that’s saying something. My concern of blowing a tire on a hot summer day due to overloading are gone now. Couldn’t be more pleased!!



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Over the years I’ve had many blow outs on standard E rated 10 ply tires on my trailers (regardless of brands )
With all the problems I decided to upgrade to “G” rated tires on my next 5th wheel. So in 2016 I purchased a new Keystone Avalanche (15K GVW) and upgraded to the “G” rated wheels and tires (please note that the “G’ rated tires require special wheels as the tire pressure is 110# and are speed rated to 80 MPH. I live in Arizona and hi speed and hot weather can destroy a standard trailer tire.
The upgraded tries from Keystone are the same Provider tires available thru etrailer. So last year I replaced 2 of the original tires with well over 40K miles on them. (My bad as I didn’t rotate them as often as I should so they developed some edge wear). The other 2 are getting replaced this month and still have about 3/32 rubber (11/32 new) on them.
Bottom line: No blowouts…And even wear now that they are being properly rotated.
The piece of mind of having confidence in these tires takes a lot of stress out of our travels.



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Easy to order for a tire hard to find and quick delivery!



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I replaced some load range E tires that were on my 40' fifth wheel. I was nervous every time I pulled it with the originals. The Providers are a far superior tire to my original tires and have shown no signs of wear. I have pulled the RV up and down many dirt and gravel roads, some much worse than others, and I can say they will give you peace of mind if you're thinking of replacing yours. The guys at the local tire shop were super impressed when they swapped them out, asking where I purchased and what not. When my RV is loaded its 20,000# with just two axles and these tires hardly squat at all. Definitely recommend to anyone.



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Just got the tires mounted yesterday and was shocked as to how much weight it took to balance these tires. 2 took 15.5 ounces and 2 took 13 ounces. Almost a pound! I have had 37" monster murders that only took 5 ounces. It leads me to believe the quality control during manufacture is very marginal. I hope they stand up to the use they are needed for but am not optimistic. I am glad I had them balanced as they would have damaged the trailer with the vibration they would have induced. We will see how they perform.

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Heather A.

12/29/2017

Russell,Thank you for your review. Trailer tires do not have to be perfectly balanced like passenger car tires do because trailers do not have steering capabilities. Most people do not feel a difference in the ride between balanced or unbalanced tires. Our wheel and tire combos come from the manufacturer with the heavy side of the tire matched with the light side of a wheel to sort of balance them. Although, if you are purchasing a tire and having a shop put it on your own existing wheel then it would not hurt to ask the shop to balance them.


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