Originally Posted by HIDE OUT
Well after a lot of thought and all the advice and opinions from everyone .And by the way thank you all. I decided to go with the load range E tire .I think these will work for me . So I had them Installed today and to be Honest the ride isn't much different just a little stiffer but not bad. They put 40 psi in might leave it there or bump it to 45 or 50 and try 65 when I tow .Oh and I went with the Cooper Discovery AT3.They seem to corner better then the older tires
When new tires are fitted to your vehicle that do not conform to the vehicle’s certification label it’s the installers responsibility to set new recommended inflation pressures for the replacement tires. The proper procedure is to insure that the new recommended inflation pressures provides - at the minimum - the amount of load capacity the OE tires provided when inflated to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.
By regulations the installer is allowed to provide an auxiliary tire placard and place it adjacent to the original tire placard with the new tire size and recommended inflation pressures.
If you have found a retailer that has provided you with all that information you have truly found a savvy retailer.