215/75. 4806# rating at max pressure. Guess I'll decide on the 16" or 17.5" when the trailer come in next week. The 16" 614's are probably good enough but we'll see. = )
'13 Voltage 3905 Epic Pkg, Loaded, w/Full Body Paint, 7 Goodyear G614 @110PSI and a China bomb 2nd spare
'08 Chevy 3500 D/A LTZ 4x4 CC Dually
'08 Saturn Sky Red Line- Rides in the Back =-}
'06 Honda 500 Foreman
'10 Custom Club Car Golf Cart- Black n Tan
So, if a rim is stamped for 3960lbs, does that imply it can handle 110psi? Just curious.
Yes, I'm sure it will but the PSI should be stamped on the wheel. I've seen some G rated ST tires rated at 110 PSI and 3750# and some F rated tires 95 psi and 3950#.
Weird, I know. "F's" higher load than "G's"
After I found out what the weight rating is for my wheels. I was able to find the same wheels on the internet and confirm that they are rated for 110 psi. And if you think about it, it makes since. If you have a wheel that is rated for 3960 lbs, it would have to except a tire equal to that weight rating. Therefore one tire that would meet that high of rating is, a "G" rated tire, and it has a max psi rating of 110 psi.