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Old 02-21-2010, 07:28 AM
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Baja Claws + Dick Cepek Torques + Towing

Would these work on an F350 that pulls a 5,000 pound trailer (hitch pull) and about 500+ pounds in the bed?

Mickey Thompson Baja Claw Radial
Size LT315/75R16
Load Range D
Max Load: 3195

Dick Cepek Torque wheels
Size Appx: 16x8
Capacity (lbs): 3640

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Yeah. Certainly not the best towing tire but they'll do what you posted. That's not much weight for a 350.
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What's a better towing tire that'll do well in mud/snow?
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you need to get a load range E tire a d will come apart if you pull much or it gets a little low on air
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Any recommendations for range E tires that are good in mud then
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also go for a 16x10 rim. itll be safer than a 16x8
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The Torques don't come in a 16x10
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Old 02-22-2010, 07:14 AM
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oh alrightl ol i dont even know waht they look like
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thats a good lookin wheel but like he said i would go with a 10in even if you have to go with a 17 or 18 instead of a 16. also i would look at bfg mud terrain km2's or nitto trail grapplers they dont make trailgrapplers in 16's last time i checked though just make sure when your looking at them you specify that you want a load range E

edit: i see now that the widest they make that wheel is a 9 i would look for a wheel similar to it that comes in 10
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