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  • Load Range / Ply Rating Identification | Tire Rack

  • …original tire and/or that the new tire's rated load capacity is sufficient to carry the vehicle's gross axle weight ratings. "The load range/ply rating branded on a tire's sidewall identifies how much load the tire is designed to carry at its industry specified pressure." Passenger Tires Since most…

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  • Where Do I Find the Load Rating?

  • …much load the tire is designed to carry at its industry specified pressure. A good rule of thumb is that the Load Index of your new tires be equal to or greater than the Load Index of the Original Equipment. In most cases, passenger vehicles will use one of three different ratings: * Standard Load…

  • Tire Size Guide | Tire Rack

  • …run-flat tires into the marketplace, self-supporting run-flat tires introduced and produced before it went into effect will not be required to be branded as such. Speed Rating Today, the only tires that continue to include the speed rating "in" the tire size (P225/50ZR16) are Z-speed rated tires. In…

  • KONI Technical FAQs | Tire Rack

  • …higher spring rate than the vehicle's original springs. Since the shock controls the motion of the spring, increased spring rates require more rebound damping for control and that is one of the reasons why KONI's are rebound adjustable (and some are double adjustable). Using higher rate springs with…


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