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Be able to drive all year round on the same tires with the Dextero DHT2 Tire LT245/75R16 120/116R. It will handle well in both wet and dry conditions while providing a quiet and comfortable ride. The all-season tire is rated R, meaning it can withstand speeds up to 106 mph without blowing. It also has a load index of 120 for loads of up to 3,086 lbs, so you can haul your loads without a problem. The light truck tire can also be used on CUVs and SUVs easily. It has deep grooves that give you excellent traction on most of the paved surfaces you will come across. The Dextero DHT2 Tire LT245/75R16 120/116R is only available through in-store purchase and pick up. For safety reasons, you should always make sure the load index is the same as the original when getting new equipment.
Dextero DHT2 Tire LT245/75R16 120/116R:
- Treadwear warranty: N/A (Damaged/Defective Only)
- Tire type: light truck
- Sidewall: black sidewall
- Light truck tire speed rating: R
- Load index: 120
- Speed rating translation: 106 mph
- All-season tire load index translation: 3,086 lbs
- Available for in-store purchase only
- Color: black
- Measures: 30.5"L x 9.76"W x 30.5"H
- Model number: 100AY438
- Can only be shipped to stores
- Warning: will not install tires with a load index lower than that of original tires for safety reasons
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|Tire Season:||All Season|
|Tire Load Index:||120|
|Vehicle Type:||Light Truck|
|Tire Sidewall Style:||Black Sidewall|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||100AY438|
|Tire Speed Rating:||R|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||30.50 x 9.76 x 30.50 Inches|
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- 10 plyby ceasefire10/1/2016Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- THEY ARE 10 PLY= E LOAD TIRESby KUEB10/1/2016Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I just bought a set of these for a 10,000 pound Ford Excursion and love them, they work way better than the Goodyear Wrangler police tires that was on it when I bought it make sure the tires you buy do not have a "P" before the size you need a LT and a rating or 123 to Get 10 Plyby Keymaster5410/1/2016Was this answer helpful? (3) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- it is a 10 ply if the size starts with LT, or if the rating is 123by Keymaster549/27/2016Was this answer helpful? (4) (2)Was this answer helpful?
- I have a 4wd Honda Element and they are great in all weather. Rain, snow/ice. Great traction.by RTBlues3/4/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I have all wheel drive and these tires are very impressive.by Farmester12/6/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes. I'm using them on my all wheel drive honda suv. They a great.by RDXJON12/2/2014Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- These seem to be narrow for size. I'd recommend a wider tire with lower profile to compensate. (example 215-70-16, go to 235-65-16, very close to same circumference-but wider and more stable). Except for being narrow for size they seem to be ok. Traction and noise level good and no hydroplaning in my experience.by sorryshopper21/1/2014Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Always check your vehicles specific tire pressure recommendations first. I own a '06 GMC 2500HD 4X4 Crew Cab standard bed Duramax pickup, and run 55-60 psi(front and rear) when empty, and 55-60 psi front/70 psi rear when towing 6,000 to 8,000 lb trailers, and 80 psi rear when towing over 8,000 lbs. NOTE: These tire pressures are my personal preferences only, and I am NOT implying these tire pressures will work for anyone else's application.by stopthestupidnickname5/25/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I checked mine a while back and the max pressure is 80# single with I forget exactly what load rating. The local WM, in talking with them, said they run the 10 ply truck tires at 50#. Mine are running 50 when I don't pull our trailer, and I'll run them at 55 front 60 rear, when I've got our travel trailer behind my truck. Our trailer should gross out at 65/6700 pounds, so that's why I wanted the 10 ply tires. I drove big truck for better than 25 years, and close to 3 million miles. I do know what I'm talking about....by BigBoy786103/31/2016Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- You might want to check the pressure since Walmart failed to put the proper pressure in my tires I just bought today. The Max recommended is 40 PSI. I have less than 35 in all four of mine.by Noodle1323/14/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (6)Was this answer helpful?