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Cragar 6H04531


Cragar 6H04531
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Cragar 6H04531 CARLISLE ST185/80R13C $46.99
Carlisle Radial Trail HD Trailer Tire
  • ST185/80R13
  • Load Range: C

  • Cragar 6H04531 Details

    13" Wheel Diameter

    Wheel Diameter: 13''
    Load Range: C
    Tire Overall Diameter: 24.7''
    Tire Section Width: 7.2''
    Spec Wheel Width: 5.0''
    Max Load @ Max Press: 1480 lbs @ 50 psi
    Tire Weight: 20.3 Pounds
    Tread Depth: 8/32''

    Carlisle's Newest and Best Performing Radial Trailer Tire

    The Carlisle Radial Trail RH and HD Trailer Tires are best-in-class featuring radial construction and variable pitch design that reduces road noise and excessive heat buildup, increasing tire life. The tire profile and tread compound formulation create lower rolling resistance and increased fuel mileage. The Radial Trail RH and HD substantially exceeds D.O.T requirements and comes equipped with the DuraTrail high strength belt package and HeatShield heat resistant compounding technologies. A proven leader both in field tests and by independent laboratory testing.

    Note: For trailer applications always use an ST (Special Trailer) tire. ST trailer tires offer approximately 10 percent more load capacity than an equivalent LT (Light Truck) tire and typically 40 percent more capacity than a passenger tire when filled to maximum PSI rating. A trailer tire is constructed with stiffer sidewalls for reduced sidewall flexing under load, resulting in straighter tracking and a lowered risk of trailer sway. Trailer tires are purpose-designed for towing and the irregular duty cycles associated with trailer use and storage.