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4-Hole High Speed Standard Rim Design Trailer Tire Assembly - 16.5in. x 4.80 x 8

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"Standard-style rims, e-coated for durability and long-lasting finish. Features Kenda Bias trailer tires designed to improve handling and enhance the ride of the towed vehicle. Tire Size 16.5 x 4.80 x 8, Holes 4, Bolt Circle in. 4, Rim Size in. 8 x 3.75, Load Capacity lbs. 585 at 60 PSI, Load Range B, Outside Diameter in. 16.5, Product Type Rim and tire, Rim Included Yes, Rim Type Standard, Tire Type Bias/tubeless. 16.5in. outer diameter 4.6in.W Center Opening 2 1/2in. diameter"
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Questions & Answers for 4-Hole High Speed Standard Rim Design Trailer Tire Assembly - 16.5in. x 4.80 x 8

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B vs C load range?

What is the difference? ty
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The load range B has a load capacity 585 lbs. at 60 PSI and the load range C has a load capacity of 760 lbs. at 90 PSI.
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What is the recommended top speed for this tire?

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The speed rating for this trailer tire is 65 miles per hour.
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What is the brand name of the tire?

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The 4-Hole High Speed Standard Rim Design Trailer Tire is made by Martin Wheel Company, Inc.
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Do tires installed on wheels come already balanced?

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The tires and wheels are not balanced.
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