Is there a 16 ply trailer tire?

Is there a 16 ply trailer tire?

Transeagle All Steel ST Radial ST 235/85R16 Load H 16 Ply Trailer Tire –

What is the difference between a 235 80R16 and a 235 85R16 tire?

The difference is overall diameter. The 235/80-16 is 30.9 inches in diameter. The 235/85-16 is 31.7 inches in diameter. A difference of 0.8 inches but only half of that, 0.4 inches, applies to above the tire.

What is the tallest 16 inch trailer tire?

The highest-rated 16-inch trailer tire we offer is the Load Range G Provider ST235/85R16 Radial Trailer Tire # TTWPRG235R16. This tire’s maximum load capacity is a whopping 4080-lbs at 110-psi cold tire pressure when used in a single-tire application.

What is the difference between 14 ply and 16 ply?

Therefore, a 16-ply tire had 16 actual plies of cotton cord, while a 14-ply tire only had 12 plies of cord. This enabled the 16-ply tire to be run at a higher PSI and thus carry more weight. Of course tires are no longer made with cotton cord. Modern truck tires only have one casing ply of steel.

How tall is a 235 80R16 tire?

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Unit: Imperial Imperial Metric
Overall Diameter 30.80 in
Sidewall Height 7.40 in
Radius 15.40 in
Circumference 96.77 in

Can you put car tires on a trailer?

Never use passenger tires on a trailer. They are usually rated Load Range B, a 4-ply equivalent, because their sidewalls are flexible for a smooth rideā€”far too flexible for trailer duty. They are not engineered to stabilize heavy loads or to handle the temperatures that build with them.

What’s the highest ply trailer tire?

This article focuses on 14 ply trailer tires (load range G), which is the highest capacity you can get. 14-ply rated trailer tires can sustain pressures of up to 110 psi (760 kPa), and weight of over 4,000 lbs per tire.