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Old 03-15-2014, 04:23 PM   #11
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Thnx Coot. In your opinion, you think that is the way to go as opposed to the standard "D" rated 205's?
I would go with the 225 LR D just for peace of mind along with a TST TPMS system.
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I would go with the 225 LR D just for peace of mind along with a TST TPMS system.
Totally agree with getting a TPMS. Great peace of mind on towing trips and might possibly save much bigger trouble.
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I would go with the 225 LR D just for peace of mind along with a TST TPMS system.
Any preference for TPMS?
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When making tire changes such as the one you are contemplating it is best to talk to a vehicle manufacturer representative. They are best qualified to answer such questions. Look in your owner’s manual. Sometimes optional sizes are listed there - but not often. Going up in load range is always an option because there is no physical size change when doing so.

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Going up in load range is always an option because there is no physical size change when doing so.

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Going up a range in the Maxxis is not an option as they don't sell "E" range in 205. I'm confident going to 225 is fine based on info received here and elsewhere...
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