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Old 03-29-2022, 10:39 AM #16
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C load are a must for those heavy af Wildpeaks. My dad has always been a fan boy of e rated tires, but I figured c would be plenty since I'm not planning on towing anything.
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I just put on a new set of C range Wildpeaks and man, I am one happy camper. I noticed the improved ride immediately-- more smooth, less loud, and just less harsh resistance in general. Very happy!

Pretty sweet huh. Load C vs load E tire first impressions
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I have one truck on E and one of C both KO2's

the C is a much better ride comfort wise

it's hard to find C in 16" so I jumped upto 17" and find a C was much easier.
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I have one truck on E and one of C both KO2's



the C is a much better ride comfort wise



it's hard to find C in 16" so I jumped upto 17" and find a C was much easier.
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Running the coopers/16s until I swap LCA bushings and align

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I have one truck on E and one of C both KO2's

the C is a much better ride comfort wise

it's hard to find C in 16" so I jumped upto 17" and find a C was much easier.

Yeah, there’s way more options in 17. Kinda sucks but it’s what it is. Also several options in 15.

I think in 265/75/16 from my homework the only 3 ply sidewall MT was the X3. If you forgo the 3 ply requirement, duratrac is an option.
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LT tires

I work for a fleet and tires are always an argument with some drivers. Some thing to read if you haven't read it.
LT- vs. P-Metric Replacement Tires for Trucks, SUVs - Maintenance - Work Truck Online
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Thank you for the follow up. Confirms much of my thoughts with C vs E and a standard tire.
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