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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The load range refers to what used to be ply ratings, it is now the grade for holding pressure at load, a "D" range is equal to 8 ply, and the load index for this tire is approx 2300lbs/tire, the "E" rating is equal to 10 ply, and the load index is approx 2700lbs/tire. If you are hauling 12 passengers at 200lbs/passenger plus driver total is 2600lbs. I would say the "E" rated tire is better for that application. If you need more info you can go to google and type in understanding tire markings or ratings, and there are several sites that will cover all tire markings in depth, I hope this helps, let me know
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Should be 30psi.There should be a placard in the driverside door jam that psi should be printed on.Always best to comply with manufacturer recommendation versus what is printed on the tire as a maximum pressure.
Posted on May 22, 2010
SOURCE: the tires in my aveo
check the drivers door or door pillar factory sticker would have proper size
that car roll off assembly line with
there is also compatible size that could be used
ex-- performance tire
Posted on May 21, 2011
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