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13 in. Pneumatic Wheelbarrow Tire (4-Pack)

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Product Overview

The 13 in. pneumatic wheelbarrow tire can handle tough terrains and includes a spacer kit for proper fitting. It features heavy-duty ball bearings, a grease fitting and a 5/8 in. axle bore to make this an ideal replacement wheel for wheelbarrows and more. Not for highway use.
  • 13 in. diameter
  • Pneumatic replacement tire for tough terrains
  • Heavy-duty ball bearings, grease fitting
  • 5/8 in. bore size
  • Includes a spacer kit for proper fitting
  • Compatible with most brands

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Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Wheel Diameter (in.)
13 in


Fits Models
13 inch pneumatic replacement wheelbarrow tire
Front or rear
Inflatable or solid
Used with Equipment Type

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers


Can I get the 13in pneumatic flar free size 13x 5.00-6 need four for the farm ranch wagon

Asked by Chuck September 20, 2015

Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We carry 13 in. No Flat Wheelbarrow Replacement Wheel (2-Pack) Internet # 206092309. This item is currently in stock online. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.

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You Get What You Pay For!
I was shopping for some replacement tires for my 20 year old wagon with 4.00 x 6 air tires. We don't use it much so I was looking for low price. On these wheel & tire assemblies they were offering low price. What I forgot was ... low price usually means low or average quality ... that's what I got. For wheelbarrow tires they would probably be fine. I needed to remount these tires onto the wider rims from my wagon. When finished with the first one, noticed the tire was not perfectly round but had a bulge on one part of the tread. This bulge was on all four tires in the same place. Again, for wheelbarrows, no problem, but for the wagon it will "thump and bump" anytime we are on a solid surface. The tires were significantly lower quality than the 20 year old Cheng Shin tires I took off and in retrospect I probably should have just put the new tubes in the old tires. I may still look for better tires in the future. Remember ... You get what you pay for!
by GrandpaFarmer
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