13" Kenda Steel Trailer MOD Wheel (13x4.5JJ / 0-Offset / 3.19 Pilot) - Black

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This Kenda 13"x4.5" steel trailer wheel features a 0-Offset with 5-lug on 4.5" bolt circle.

Available in a black finish and built to the highest standards, this replacement 13" with 5x4.5 bolt pattern steel trailer wheel will easily update the look of your trailer while enhancing safety and performance.

13x4.5 Kenda MOD Trailer Wheel Specification

  • Rim Diameter: 13 inches
  • Rim Width: 4.5 inches
  • Bolt Pattern: 5-4.5 (5-lug on 4.5" bolt circle)
  • Pilot: 3.19
  • Offset: 0
  • Load Capacity: 1725 lbs.
  • Kenda American Part # (Black): 20245
Steel trailer wheels vs Aluminum trailer wheels

Benefits of Steel Trailer Wheels

  • Cost-effective: Typically, steel wheels are less expensive than aluminum wheels.
  • Strength and Durability: Steel wheels are usually stronger than aluminum allowing them to handle heavier loads. In addition, steel wheels are often more durable than aluminum wheels and can handle years of wear and tear.

Drawbacks of Steel Trailer Wheels

  • Rust. Unless you have galvanized steel wheels, your wheels can rust over time. This can cause issues with both the visual appeal of your wheels as well as their structural integrity.
  • Heavy. Steel wheels tend to be heavier. Depending on how you use your trailer, this can be an issue, especially because the weight of the wheels is not carried by the suspension of the trailer.

Benefits of Aluminum Trailer Wheels

  • Naturally Rust Proof. Aluminum doesn't rust, therefore you never have to worry about corrosion eating away at your wheel.
  • Light Weight. Compared to steel trailer wheels, aluminum wheels are lighter. This increases your fuel efficiency and lightens your load.

Drawbacks of Aluminum Trailer Wheels

  • Strength. Aluminum wheels are not as strong as steel. Although this is rarely an issue, depending on the weight of your trailer and what you use your trailer for, this could be an issue.
  • More Expensive. Aluminum trailer wheels are most often priced higher than steel wheels.
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