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Old 09-03-2012, 01:09 PM   #29
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The F means load range F. The load range replaces the old ply ratings that were used for years.
Load Range ok so what does F mean. 10 ply?
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Load Range ok so what does F mean. 10 ply?
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tirete....jsp?techid=55
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I would also go for a load index of 110.
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Just one more fyi..Check with the manufacturer on the wheels as to what max air they can handle. I have seen 10 ply tires rated for 80-90psi 235/85R16's on 16 " wheels that were rated for 65 psi. Another accident in the making....
That sure is something for me to check..... Thanks for bringing that up Dan !!
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That sure is something for me to check..... Thanks for bringing that up Dan !!
Most Alcoa wheels (and steel wheels too) in 22.5" size will take 120 psi, BUT lots of Michelin tires need 131 psi for max weight capacity. And 131 psi, while it doesn't sound like much over 120 is dangerous to you and others.
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