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 residential wheelbarrows and carts - performs like an air tire with NO FLATS Lightweight, solid polyurethane tire is mounted onto a heavy-duty 8in. steel rim, with 6in. symmetrical hub, 3/4in. bearings and grease fitting. Tread Type Ribbed, Load Capacity lbs. 450, Rim Included Yes, Bearings Included Yes, Grease Fittings Yes, Hub Width in. 6, Bore Diameter in. 3/4, Outside Diameter in. 15.5, Tire Size 15.5 in. x 4.80/4.00-8, Tire Type Flat free, Rim Size in. 8.
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Customer Reviews for Marathon Tires Flat-Free Wheelbarrow and Cart Tire, 15.5in. x 4.80 / 4.00-8
Review 1 for Marathon Tires Flat-Free Wheelbarrow and Cart Tire, 15.5in. x 4.80 / 4.00-8
May 9, 2014
from West Coast
"First off, I was skeptical as these were the first "flat free" tires I had ever purchased. I was worried they would be too foam-like and squish with heavy loads. These are more like a solid rubber, not flexing at all even if you stand on them. I'm hoping that will mean they're durable.
So far, I'm glad I got the tires but I have 2 main concerns: - Sloppiness in bearings - Long-term use on rough terrain.
The inner bearing race is pretty wobbily but when mounted and filled with grease, stiffened up a bit. Even if they prematurely die, I know I can pop them out with a punch and replace them relatively easily and cheaply. Not a big deal.
My biggest concern is the longevity of the rubber. I've seen pictures for other tires on here get random and deep splits. I have 2 of these tires mounted on a homemade cart that will traverse uneven ground in an orchard and other various terrain. I plan to keep them out of sunlight as much as possible so hopefully they'll last.
All in all, I'm glad I got them and now don't have to worry about inner tubes!"
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