Good point...speed rating definitely should have been checked. When I had a Porsche Cayenne as my off-road vehicle, I ran Pirelli Scorpion ATs on it because they had a 120 mph speed rating in an off-road tire. I had purchased these tires and wheels used the previous week and had hoped to get a few months of wear before I made a decision on which tires I wanted to go with on this rig. This blow-out on the first trip out made that decision for me. That is why I purchased a full set vs replacing just the one. The date on those tires indicated they were manufactured in 2016...so sorta end of life anyway. I should have checked before I bought them, but I bought them more for the wheels anyway. I found a used 35" tire locally (I was in rural Alabama) and then located a full set of the BFG 315/70R17 which has an H speed rating (112 mph) and is the standard Raptor tire, up in Cleveland TN. I carefully made my way (with much reduced speed) up to Cleveland and had the new set installed and then proceeded on over into NC for the weekend of camping. Those really did well on the Gen 1 Raptor I had a few years back, so I am hoping they do well on here. It all worked out, but now I need to make a decision on the lift.