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ST145/R12 Triton 08875 Load Range E Trailer Tire with Steel Rim - Single

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Product Number: TRITON-08875
Vendor Number: 08875
$149.99 $89.99

ST145/R12 Triton 08875 Load Range E Trailer Tire with Steel Rim - Single

Product Number: TRITON-08875
Vendor Number: 08875
$149.99 $89.99 You Save $60.00 (40.0%)

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ST145/R12 Triton Class E Snowmobile Trailer Tire

This product listing is for a Single (Qty: 1) tire & wheel assembly. This is the OEM tire & wheel for Triton trailers.

Features:

  • Silver powder coated rim with 5 on 4.5 bolt circle.
  • Load Star tire ST145/R12 load range E tubeless
  • Max load 1,520 lb. at 80 psi.

 
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Load Star snowmobile trailer tires are mounted on powder coated wheels with a 5 on 4.5 bolt pattern. These are OEM replacement tire and wheel assemblies for Triton snowmobile trailers. These also work on many popular brand of snowmobile trailers as ST145/R12 replacement snowmobile trailer tires. This will fit popular brands like Triton, Floe, R & R, Karavan, Aluma, Mission, Worthington, Newmans, Sledbed and Loadmaster.

Load Star ST145/R12 snowmobile trailer tire and wheel assemblies are rated load range E. That means these snowmobile trailer tires are load rated at 1,520 lb. at 80 psi. These snowmobile trailer tires can be used with both torsion suspensions or leaf spring suspensions and are highway speed rated.

Our snowmobile trailer tires are mounted on silver powder coated rims for maximum corrosion resistance. Snowmobile trailer tires mounted on painted rims often show signs of rust after only 1 season. Snowmobile trailer tires mounted on powder coated rims will last several seasons.

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Additional Information:

Triton Snowmobile Trailers Brochure

Hanna Trailer Supply Snowmobile Trailers - Available Now!

Hanna Trailer Supply Snowmobile Trailer Parts and Accessories

A Comprehensive Guide for Getting Your Snowmobile Trailer Ready for the Season

Trailer Wheel And Tire Resources:

How to Properly Secure the Wheel Bolts or Nuts When Mounting a Trailer Tire

How to Check for Tire Wear

Where to Find the Maximum Load Capacity and Maximum PSI for Trailer Tires

How to Determine What Bolt Pattern I Have for My Trailer Wheels (Template Available)

What to Use to Help Break Rusted or Stuck Lug Nuts Free (Corrosion Block CB-12)

Ask the Triton Expert:

"Why should I go with tire upgrades?"

There are a number of reasons to go with upgrade tires. Besides a sort of "peace of mind" with a bigger tire, some upgrades offer radial tires and aluminum rim upgrades as added options. Additional carrying capacity is not available with an upgrade. Carrying capacity is the combination of frame strength, axle load capacity, and tire capacity. Just by adding bigger tires does not give you more because you need to increase all three factors. Taller tires will give you more clearence when needed but it will increase ramp angle on some trailer models.

"What is the tire air pressure I should be using?"

All trailer tires should be inflated to the maximum PSI listed on the sidewall of all tires sold. The total weight capacity of the tire, as listed, is based on the tire being inflated to that tire pressure. Please check the sidewalls of your tires for your tires MAX PSI because they do vary.

Prop. 65 Warning for California Residents

WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

Ask the Triton Expert:

"Why should I go with tire upgrades?"

There are a number of reasons to go with upgrade tires. Besides a sort of "peace of mind" with a bigger tire, some upgrades offer radial tires and aluminum rim upgrades as added options. Additional carrying capacity is not available with an upgrade. Carrying capacity is the combination of frame strength, axle load capacity, and tire capacity. Just by adding bigger tires does not give you more because you need to increase all three factors. Taller tires will give you more clearence when needed but it will increase ramp angle on some trailer models.

"What is the tire air pressure I should be using?"

All trailer tires should be inflated to the maximum PSI listed on the sidewall of all tires sold. The total weight capacity of the tire, as listed, is based on the tire being inflated to that tire pressure. Please check the sidewalls of your tires for your tires MAX PSI because they do vary.

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