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Can anyone help me find a Tire Load Limit/Inflation Guide for my Continental 225/70R19.5 HSR tires?


I've Googled, Binged my finger raw and can't find anything

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Click here --> Load & Inflation Table Application Guide and it should load up a PDF for you. This happens to be from Toyo, but the brand doesn't matter, just the size.


[on edit] just noticed that doesn't have 19.5 inch wheel sizes listed. Have you tried a commercial tire supplier?


OK, second try: Here's a link from Michelin: https://www.michelintruck.com/michelintruck_en_us/assets/.../load-and-inflation.pdf

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yea. it doesn't have the LR-G tires that the F-450 has. Thanks anyway

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In case anyone else is interested (I finally found this)


https://commercial.bridgestone.com/c...08-08-2018.pdf


It also covers the LR-G and higher rated tires.

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yea. it doesn't have the LR-G tires that the F-450 has. Thanks anyway
The second link I found had your size and load range - First 19.5 entry in the middle of page 2.

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The Bridgestone and the Michelin charts are nearly identical, with three exceptions:
1. Michelin chart shows the weight rating for the entire axle, while Bridgestone chart shows the weight rating for the individual tire.
2. Michelin chart shows the weight rating for duals down to 65psi, while Bridgestone chart shows it down to 70psi.
3. Michelin chart shows the weight rating for singles down to 65psi, while Bridgestone chart shows it down to 80psi.

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