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Old 07-26-2012, 05:04 PM   #1
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Are there any decent 285/75/16 AT tires in load range C ?

Everything seems to be load range D or E. I only found 2 in load range C but one is Yokohama MT tire and the other is a Bridgestone highway tire.

I don't want load range D because I don't want a rough ride.
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did you have to trim your fender at all for the 285/75 16? I have Nittos and they are still rubbing with a 3" lift and cutting some of the shroud and fender...
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did you have to trim your fender at all for the 285/75 16? I have Nittos and they are still rubbing with a 3" lift and cutting some of the shroud and fender...
Don't know yet. I still have the stock Rugged Trails but I need tires soon.

265/75 come in load range C but they look too small. So I want 285/75
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Don't know yet. I still have the stock Rugged Trails but I need tires soon.

265/75 come in load range C but they look too small. So I want 285/75
im in the same boat right now and trying to figure out what I want because the 265's look a bit small right now
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10 ply side wall is a bit overkill but, it is piece of mind when you hit the trails. my nittos air down decent enough i'm happy with mine i think they are e loads.

agreed the ride is not bad at all mine even hold the road pretty dam good surprisingly good as a matter of fact.
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i think i have E load and i have the nitto in 265/75R16. stock ride and no trimming. they ride really good i think.
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