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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-01-2010, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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Load Range "G" Tires

Does anyone make a load range "G" tire for the standard 16" rims on a 2500HD?
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Here's my thread on some real good tires...super heavy duty

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why the hell would you ever need more then an e tire on a pick up rim?

even with e's you'll overload the truck way before the tires

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why the hell would you ever need more then an e tire on a pick up rim?

even with e's you'll overload the truck way before the tires
Well aren't you a nice person, I only asked a question. I asked this question because the person who weighed my truck and RV suggested it just to add a little more safety! My weights are well within the limits he just thought it was a good idea.
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Well aren't you a nice person, I only asked a question. I asked this question because the person who weighed my truck and RV suggested it just to add a little more safety! My weights are well within the limits he just thought it was a good idea.
im not trying to be be mean just saying....the person who told you that is completely mistaken you need nothing more then load range e tires

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If you go to a big rig tire shop or contact goodyear wingfoot commercial tire. They might have what you need.

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