Second flight the tire shredded and destroyed my rims. Cheap combo (tube and tire) ended up costing well over $400 in part to replace the two half rims, not to mention the the labor to swap it out. Thankfully wasnt stuck away to far from home, to remove and replace the tire. I wouldnt use these for my lawn mower.
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Yes, part number 06-01288 has a 90 degree valve stem. Remember, the part number listed on this page is 06-01287 which is just the tire. You will need to purchase the tube, 06-01288, separately.
This is a 4 ply tire. It has a sawtooth pattern.
The recommended tire pressure is inflated to 50 PSI and the max load 295 lbs.
No, this is not FAA approved.
In general, it is the landing surface. Sawtooth is generally used for more rough surfaces and smooth for the more smooth or flat surfaces.