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Looking for a good 37" E rated tire

Currently I'm running MT 37x13.50R18 Baja ATZ radial's which are D rated, but at 3,550lbs, which is the same as most E rated tires. Getting ready to start towing a goose neck that might get to 13,000lbs on the high end and don't want to blow a tire. I should be ok with that load rating and am sitting at 120% for the load on the truck tires, but want to consider my options. Does anyone know of a good 37" R18 E rated tire that still has some good off road qualities? I love the ATZ's, but can't find them at 37" in an E rating.

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well i know for sure that a 37x13x20 toyo mt is a E rated tire and its good for like 3880 a tire i do believe. And dont hold me to it but i think if you have a 37 18 toyo mt, i think the tire is a D rated tire. Buddy of mine has the same problem right now, he running a 35 20 combo with a pro comp tire and is right at his max for the tire rating. Just gonna have to do some homework and see what would work best.
Are you planning on re gearing your truck shortly after you get your gn or just run it??

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Planning on just running it. The 3.73's have worked pretty good for me so far doing 10K bumper pulls.

Man, the wife is gonna be pissed if I tell here we need need wheels too, although my Procomp's look like crap after only 4 years. LOL

Thanks for the info on the Toyo's.

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Yeah you bet, yeah as far as i know toyos are the only ones that have the E rated for the 37 20 combo. Well at least you get a new set of wheels out of it right?? LOL

You may want to check thou, the 37 18 combo in toyos might be E rated thou to, just cant remember, i had that setup a few years ago. Just never paid attention to it when they were on my truck. I like the 20's alot better and im sure you will too!!

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