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Old 08-29-2011, 03:58 PM   #1
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Thinking of buying 265/75R16 hankook dyna pro AT's but the load rang is B should I be concerned at all??
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What is the load rating of the tire, actual load and not ply rating? I suspect B rated tires in that size should be good for a 10k GV out .

My 94 Toyota pickup came with 195/75R14 Load B and I was getting 120k from Michelin X-one tires.

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