So maybe when we are comparing my truck loaded down and no rub to the next persons regular 1 ton pickup that is rubbing. I run 75 psi, in Yokahama 10 ply tires with no spacers. God i was like 16 or 17 then. . Its the load range that affects the weight rating of the tire, not the size. After it got done, outside in the grass In the body shop getting painted all white Just to show how low it was. To get a close measurement of your 8 lug bolt pattern without a bolt pattern tool you should measure from the center of one lug to the center of the lug across from it.
I have the same truck, except a 2003 model. I was not able to find another size that was any taller without getting wider. Tires with higher inflation pressures can carry heavier loads. We do not shave the complete tire, only the high spot, so the tread depth remain same as factory. Hell yeah I had one. We also are able to shave tire high spot if needed.
Bias ply rims have a different back spacing than radial tire rims. Tires with higher inflation pressures can carry heavier loads. If the vehicle came with bias ply tires and you then change it over to radials, yes they will rub under a load. No this is not correct. Look for your trim level below to get a color-coded explanation of your tire size. Care to buy us a beer? The guys tire chains tore up the shoulders of the outer rears and the fronts have a bit of wear. Tire and wheel packages are mounted and force match balanced to ensure the best ride quality.
A load range of C means that the tire has a ply rating of 6. This is at a car show, I miss this truck so much you guys have no clue. New tires are not perfectly round, in some cases if the run out of a tire is over our limit even after force matching, then we will shave the excess of rubber to make it round. The tires rubbed under a full load and broke the studs and the rim came off the trailer. We also are able to shave tire high spot if needed. The 1998 Chevrolet K3500 4wd Dually bolt pattern is 8-165. My truck was a reg.
D The mark of D denotes your tire's load range, or ply rating. Here is the dash, in the last pic it wasnt smoothed and painted. Letters further along in the alphabet represent stronger tires that can sustain higher inflation pressures. I kinda sell tires for a living. I did find this chart showing that the 235 is about. I can't speak for your truck, but I can have my flatbed loaded with 12 , 1200-1400 lb rolls, with one on the neck, and the tires wont touch as long as they are full of air. So maybe when we are comparing my truck loaded down and no rub to the next persons regular 1 ton pickup that is rubbing.
N ew tires are not perfectly round, in some cases if the run out of a tire is over our limit even after force matching, then we will shave the excess of rubber to make it round. When me and my dad lowered it. The management works very hard to make sure the community is running the best software, best designs, and all the other bells and whistles. Jump on to discuss axles, suspensions, engines, mudders, 4x4s and more. This is the only way to ensure good ride quality, see videos below.
The first number is the width in mm's, second is the Sidewalls height in percentage to the width. I had this happen on a gooseneck, trailer sold new had bias ply tires, i changed to radials at new tire time. Yes they are stock rims. Not sure what they do loaded down. The 235 will be taller and same width as you have now.
A cab chassis truck will have more room between the duals than a regular dually. C The mark of C denotes your tire's load range, or ply rating. This means there are 8 lugs and the diameter of the circle that the lugs make up measures 165. The 85 is a more narrow tire than the 75 series. We do not shave the complete tire, only the high spot, so the tread depth remain same as factory. With my truck loaded way down, my back tires still have an inch in between them with 75 psi in the tires.