they will be stamped on the back of the wheel with a load rating.... if they are Robby's or Walker's they are 3000lbs.... if they are KMC's they are 3200lbs.... I will be running KMC's on my new truck.... and towing up to 17K of 5er.....
2008, F-250, FX4, Crew Cab, Short Bed, Oxford White w/ Black Interior, Dual Alternators, Sat. Navigation & Radio, Overhead DVD System, ESOF, Solid Rear Window, 3.73 Limited Slip, Upfitter Switches, Tow Command System w/ Power Scope Mirrors, Power Seats, and the Reverse Aid Sensor - Edge Insight Monitor, 2.5" Icon Lift Kit, Icon 2.5" Piggy-Back Shocks, KMC Beadlocks w/ 33" Toyo M/T's, MBRP DPF back exhaust, Recon mirror lights, Fitch Fuel Catalyst, Line-X, MotoBar, Gentex Temp/Direction Mirror, Baja Designs 22" Onx Pro Light Bar
What's a beadlock wheel ?? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shrug.gif[/img] I'm not very brite. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif[/img]
1984 Bronco II 4x4 day to day driver : Winter
2005 Explorer Sportrac 4x4 day to day driver : Summer
1991 F350 / Crew cab , Engine 7.3,E4OD tranny. No Turbo but has propane and pyro gauge. The truck is American, complete with a Miles per Hour speedo. Digital trans. temp gauge and voltmeter. Front Captain seats. Control switches for DRL's , Fog lites, High speed idle, Engine kill and scene lites. On board " York " compressed air, Air horns and built in hose reel behind the rear seat. Power bar distribution box from a 1999 Ford Explorer . Checker plate running boards and Frieghtliner mud flaps. LED turn signals in the factory mirrors. DC to AC inverter to run the coffee maker <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> Soon to be updated with more toys as time & $$$ permit. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />
I feel you on the 16.5's popping beads. I also learned the hard way. It took hours one day to get home in the snow. If I aired up I couldnt make it down the road, if I aired down I could make it about 1/4 mile and kept blowing the bead. This was only 10 lbs. differnece-about 25 vs. 15 lbs. I will never buy 16.5's again. I have run much lower than that(as low as 3-4lbs.) without beadlocks crawling rocks on the Rubicon with 15 and 16" wheels.
2005 F250 6.0 PSD CC torqueshift,XLT,FX4,white, rubber floors, tow command,spray-in bed liner, Weathergaurd rv tool box, Weathergaurd PakRat tool box, Michelen HD floor mats, Rack-it lumber rack, Fumoto valve, XM, Pop-Up G/N hitch, 62,000 miles already!
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