"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. Grease Fittings Yes, Bore Diameter in. 3/4, Hub Width in. 6, Rim Size in. 8, Tread Type Ribbed, Rim Included Yes, Bearings Included Yes, Outside Diameter in. 15.5, Load Capacity lbs. 450, Tire Type Flat free, Tire Size 15.5 in. x 4.80/4.00-8."
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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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