Originally Posted by wb7auk
I totally agree Gary, the weight is supported by air pressure the tire just keeps the air confined.
A friend of mine with 30 years in the tire business said the biggest problem with complains of harsh ride is improper inflation.
A harsh ride is mainly due to the suspension, torsion bars, springs and or airbags and shocks.
Seems to me trying to under-inflate tires to get a softer ride is tackling the problem in the wrong way.
I have Toyo 154's at 100 psi which is right for my weight, and my only complaint with them is that the thread is too smooth. For driving in the snow. Trying to get out of Alberta late in the season. Like November. I would like some drive tires with a bit more profile/traction.