My 2013 Lariat came with C rated tires which seem mighty soft and rolly polly in the turns and especially for having the max tow package. One would think a D rated tire would be more appropriate. Any thoughts?
I have a max tow with factory d's. Wife has OEM dd's but that's another story.
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I don't think any f150's come with tires rated higher then a "c" load range.
I'd have to check, but maybe mine are different. I'm max tow and off-road package (NOT FX4) so maybe I'm different? Or just plain wrong lolNegative. I bought my own. Came with Scorpions.
Still would have replaced them lol, made no difference to me. I got $100/ea for my scorpions and my coopers were $220, so $500 for new tires ain't bad.LT tires were standard on HD payload and optional on other trims including max tow. IMO they should have been standard on max tow as well
I want to get some pressure paper and really get it correct, but that ish is expensive. Maybe I'll instead get a few piezoelectric sensors I can hook up to my fluke to make sure I'm not wearing the center.I read other posts saying 45-50psi, where they called toyo. I just put my 275/65's on. As soon as the Quicklift n alignment happen next week, im going to probably chalk the tires n really check.
One way to measure potential wear is by measuring the temperature across the tire after driving for a while. This must be done fairly soon upon stopping and can be accomplished using an infrared thermometer. This is the way we check our racing tires.I want to get some pressure paper and really get it correct, but that ish is expensive. Maybe I'll instead get a few piezoelectric sensors I can hook up to my fluke to make sure I'm not wearing the center.