Learn About Tire Load Index

Tire treadsThe load index indicates the load-carrying capacity of a tire. In other words, it tells you how much weight your tire can support. 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. Never install tires with a lower load carrying capacity than the tires originally installed on your car in the factory.

Load IndexLoad (lbs)Load IndexLoad (lbs)Load IndexLoad (lbs)
099514301021874
1102524411031929
2105534541041984
3107544671052039
4110554811062094
5114564941072149
6117575071082205
7120585201092271
8123595361102337
9128605511112403
10132615671122469
11136625841132535
12139636001142601
13143646171152679
14148656391162756
15152666391172833
16157676771182910
17161686941192998
18165697161203086
19171707391213197
20176717611223307
21182727831233417
22187738051243527
23193748271253638
24198758521253748
25204768821273858
26209779081283968
27215789371294079
28220799631304189
29227809921314289
302348110191324409
312408210471334541
322478310741344674
332548411021354806
342608511351364938
352678611681375071
362768712011385203
372828812351395357
382918912791405512
393009013231415677
403099113561425842
413209213891436008
423319314331446173
433429414771456393
443539515211466614
453649615651476779
463759716091486844
473869816531497165
483979917091507385
494081001764
504191011819

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