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      Single tires for trailers

      Single tires for trailers

      Single tires for trailers and caravans

      Single tires can also easily be ordered online. You will have to fit them to the Rim yourself. It may be worth checking the price difference with a wheel complete.

      What do the different markings on the tyre mean?

      When changing trailer tyres, it is important to take the following information into account.

      Tyre markings

      1. maataanduiding aanhanger bandenTyre brand
      2. Tyre markings and tyre type
      3. Tyre width in mm
      4. Ratio of tyre height to tyre width in %
      5. R= Radial tyres and D= Diagonal tyres
      6. Cross-sectional dimension of the Rim expressed in inches
      7. Tyre load capacity characteristic
      8. Speed category
      9. Tubeless (Tubeless tyres)
      10. Date of manufacture (XX = Week, X = Year, < = 9. Decade)
      11. Wear index
      12. Added to tyres with increased load capacity (Re-inforced)
      13. 13. Indication of applicability in winter (on winter and all-year tyres)

      An example: 175/70 R 13 86N

      175: Trailer tyre width in mm, measured from left to right flank
      70: Ratio of sidewall height to tyre width (70% of 175 mm). Additional explanation: A /50 means that the tyre height is half the width of the tyre. The smaller the ratio number, the flatter the tyre sidewall.
      R: Radial. A D stands for Diagonal. There should never be two different types on the same Axle.
      13: Diameter of the wheel (inches),
      86: Load index (LI): (86 = 530 kg) expresses how much weight a tyre can carry (see table),
      N: Speed code: ( N= 140 km/h ) expresses maximum permissible speed (see table).

      Tyre specifications: capital C

      We are often asked what the C stands for on a 165R13C tyre, for example. On caravan tyres, the size designation is usually followed by a capital C. The aspect ratio is then often omitted, as they have the standard diameter 80. By the way, the C does not stand for Caravan but for Commercial. These tyres can take a better beating than regular car tyres and are, for example, more resistant to kerbs, uneven road surfaces, gravel, stones, etc.

      DOT coding (production date)

      Every tyre has a production date, called a DOT code. It consists of four digits. The first two stand for the week and the last two for the year the tyres were produced. 0316, for example, stands for the third week of 2016. In general, it is recommended to replace the tyres on your caravan or trailer at least every 6 years, even if they are used infrequently. This is because tyres wear out even when stationary due to dehydration and pressure.

      Speed rating of trailer tyres

      F = 80 km/hN = 140 km/hH = 210 km/h
      G = 90 km/hP = 150 km/hV = 240 km/h
      J = 100 km/hQ = 160 km/hW = 270 km/h
      K = 110 km/hR = 170 km/hY = 300 km/h
      L = 120 km/hS = 180 km/hZR = 240 km/h
      M = 130 km/hT = 190 km/h


      See also our Wheelbarrow wheels and plug-in wheels

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