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Old 06-02-2013, 07:02 PM   #1
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Help with these wheels......

Trying to figure out what the specs are on these wheels, I cant find any markings on them that would give me PSI or weight ratings. Thanks for the help!

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Old 06-02-2013, 07:35 PM   #2
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All markings must be on the tires, date code, size, rating and psi cold. If your like me get out the magnifying glass and you'll find it.

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Old 06-02-2013, 07:45 PM   #3
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In the upper left hand corner next to the rim is says 65 PSI. Lower down it had a weight rating of 2640 -LBS per tire. On the right hand side it says that it is a ST 225/75R15. That's what I can see from the picture. What else is there to know???

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The load rating of the wheel could be somewhere on the face, around the lugs, could be on the back side. It might be on inside stamped on the flat of the wheel, you would have to take the tire off the wheel to see it. Another plkace that they stamp the specs is on the bottom of the bead, in other words where the bead sets on the wheel.
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There are two different subjects being answered. One is for the tires, which TeJay answered. The second is for the rims. Steel rims usually have the weight rating and air pressure rating stamped into the rim-inside the tire when mounted, you must remove the tire from the rim to find the specs-as Frank said. Cast aluminum rims usually have the specs cast into the back side of the center section/webs.
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Okay thanks! I guess Ill have to pull the wheel off to see the ratings.

Thanks to those that posted about the tires, but I already knew about that

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