Ive towed around 6k with 305/50/20. I've seen/know guys who have towed a gooseneck with a pulling truck loaded on it with the same. It depends on how big your camper is and how far you're going really.
I wouldn’t suggest hauling pretty much anything, with your tires you’d have only about 2,000 lbs available to carry.
MAX LOAD SINGLE / DUAL (LBS.)2601 / -
MAX PRESSURE SINGLE / DUAL (PSI)50 / -
2601 X 4 = 10,404 total max weight on your truck.
You’d be safer with thick rubber bands for tires.
They’re for show not hauling.
I was referring to 22's being more for show not work.:wink2:
I have Nitto Ridge Grapplers 295-55R20 3415 per tire, I can haul weight and go fast, but at my age that probably wouldn't be wise, not quick enough anymore.
I have mudish tire on mine right now. They ride well but are a tad loud but I didnt get stuck this wet ass winter in the pastures or hunting. The 420s or proxes st come out for racing or summer time as I need the traction and tired of the humming lol