C.E. Smith Replacement Tire and Wheel Assembly - Standard
- Inspect and replace tires regularly for the safety of your family and your boat
- Warranted against failures due to defective materials or workmanship
Boat and camper tires take a real pounding on the road. Plus, long periods of storage can often cause deterioration. It's important to inspect and replace tires regularly for the safety of your family and your boat.
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Look for the size marking on the side of the old tire. It should have the letters ST or other indication that it is for trailer use only. The size will be a series of numbers, and may contain letters as well. An example of a small trailer tire would be 480x8, a larger tire example would be C78-13 0r ST205/75/14.
Determine the load range of the original tire and buy your new tire with the same load designation. This information will be on the side of the tire. In general, the load capacity of the tire, which is indicated by the load range, should exceed ½ the axle rating plus 20 percent. For a 2000 pound axle, a tire load rated for more than 1400 pounds should be used.
Match tire types.