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What classifies a Load Ranges D or E Tire?
Why are the Nitto Terra Grapplers in 305/55/20 size only rated to 65psi and 3160lbs instead of 80psi and 3640lbs like the rest of the LOAD E tires? Can these still be used on the F350s if we plow, or carry a lot of weight often or trailer constantly with the trucks?
Is there something on paper that states a D tire holds 60-65psi and at least 3000lbs weight, and a E holds at least 3200lbs weight and is 80psi? After seeing these "E " load Nitto specs im just confused.
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