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To find your tire's carrying capacity, look for the load index number on its sidewall. The load index number indicates a tire's carrying capacity when inflated to its maximum load sustaining pressure. It corresponds to another number in an index, which tells you how many pounds of weight the tire can carry.
Tire load index is an assigned number that corresponds to the maximum weight that a tire can support when properly inflated. The higher the tire's load index number, the greater its load carrying capacity.
The load index indicates the load-carrying capacity of a tire. For example, if a tire has a load index of 92, it can support 1,389 pounds at maximum air pressure. Multiply that by four tires (4 x 1,389 = 5,556 pounds) to get your car's maximum load-carrying capacity.
A tire load index tells you how much weight a tire can carry at its maximum air pressure. If you're thinking about up-sizing, you can switch to a tire with a higher load index, because that means your tire will safely be able to carry more weight. But you can never go down.
The load index indicates how much weight a tire can safely carry at maximum air pressure, and the speed rating represents the maximum operating speed.
Load Index. The LOAD INDEX is a numerical code associated with the maximum load a tyre can carry (except for loads at speeds above 130 mph (210 km/h) see Table 2/2a) at the speed indicated by its Speed Symbol under service conditions specified by Avon Tyres.
Typically, the load indexes of the tires used on passenger cars and light trucks range from 70 to 126.
Typically, the load indexes of the tires used on passenger cars and light trucks range from 70 to 126.
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