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Marathon Tires Flat-Free Hand Truck Tire - 3/4in. Bore, 4.10/3.50-6in.

Item# 14548
Save both time and money with reliable, bulletproof solid polyurethane tires. Flat-free tires keep your equipment rolling over the toughest conditions any jobsite can throw at you, eliminating costly and inconvenient flat tires. These flat-free tires are non-marking and have the bounce and feel of pneumatic tires without ever getting flat. Blue color helps easily identify your trouble-free, flat-free portable equipment. Load handling characteristics are similar to air-filled tires, except now troublesome flat tires are a thing of the past. This is the perfect replacement tire for hand trucks, carts, generators, compressors, pressure washers and more - performs like an air tire with NO FLATS Lightweight, solid polyurethane tire is mounted onto a 6in. steel rim, with 3in. centered hub, 3/4in. bearings and grease fitting. Hub Width in. 3, Load Capacity lbs. 350, Outside Diameter in. 12.3, Rim Included Yes, Bore Diameter in. 3/4, Grease Fittings Yes, Bearings Included Yes, Tread Type Sawtooth, Rim Size in. 6, Tire Size 4.10/3.50-6in., Tire Type Flat free. Tire is non-marking and has the bounce and feel of a pneumatic tire without ever getting flat Perfect replacement tire for hand trucks, carts, generators, compressors, pressure washers and more Solid polyurethane tire is mounted onto a strong 6in. steel rim
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Questions & Answers for Marathon Tires Flat-Free Hand Truck Tire - 3/4in. Bore, 4.10/3.50-6in.

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This tire seems to fit my need except that the hand truck has a 5/8" axle.

Can the supplied 3/4" bearings be replaced with a set of Marathon 5/8"bearings?
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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storageking
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The bearings in this hand truck tire can be replaced. See below:
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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ProductExpert26
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Yes, just punch them out and re-install the new bearings. Takes just minutes to do. I had the same problem.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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Ricker68
 - Waller, TX
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It says the tire has a 6" rim.Does that mean the diameter of the entire tire & rim is approximatly 10"?

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WPC1
 - Glenview,IL
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The overall diameter of the tire is 12 1/2". The rim is 6" and the width is slightly over 3 1/2".
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
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Outside Diameter ?

What is the O.D. ?
asked 3 years, 4 months ago
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The outside diameter is 13 inches.
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