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Wheel Load Ratings

Any of you guys know of an aftermarket rim that has a high load rating?

KOs 3500 lbs
Procomp 3420 lbs
Moto Metal 3200 lbs
MB 72's 3415 lbs
V-tech Wizard 3640 lbs
V-tech Brutal 3400 lbs

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My new KO's have a rating of 3500 lbs.

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My new KO's have a rating of 3500 lbs.

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KOs 3500 lbs
Procomp 3420 lbs
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My Moto Metals are rated at 3200 lbs each.
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My Moto Metals are rated at 3200 lbs each.
Thanks! Added to the list.
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MB 72's are rated up to 3415lbs. (8 lug only) : Find MB Wheels 72 custom wheels by size

V-tech Wizard is rated up to 3640 per wheel (8 lug only): Check out the new V-tech Wizard
V-tech Brutal is rated up to 3400 per wheel (8 lug only): Vtech Brutal
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MB 72's are rated up to 3415lbs. (8 lug only) : Find MB Wheels 72 custom wheels by size

V-tech Wizard is rated up to 3640 per wheel (8 lug only): Check out the new V-tech Wizard
V-tech Brutal is rated up to 3400 per wheel (8 lug only): Vtech Brutal
Thanks I added it to the list.
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This is probably a stupid question but I am trying to find out what the wheel load rating on my factory 2002 F350 drw wheels are ? Is there somewhere on the rim a rating or is there a chart with factory ratings somewhere. They are factory 16x6 wheels.
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This is probably a stupid question but I am trying to find out what the wheel load rating on my factory 2002 F350 drw wheels are ? Is there somewhere on the rim a rating or is there a chart with factory ratings somewhere. They are factory 16x6 wheels.
A few weeks ago I asked the same question about the factory 20s and didnt get an answer. Here's a free bump for you....
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