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Old 05-15-2018, 08:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for E range 40" tires

I'm having a hard time locating E range 40 x 17" tires. Currently running Toyo M/T's that are C range but need higher capacity for a big trailer. So far I've found Gladiators, but that is it. Any others?
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You might have better luck if you went to a 20" wheel. I know for certain you can get the super swamper m16 in a 40"x20" and it is a 10 ply/E rated tire. I run the 37 x 20 e rated version on my tow rig. No BS, I got 6 years/55k miles out of my old set which I think is pretty good for a tire with such an aggressive tread pattern.
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You might have better luck if you went to a 20" wheel. I know for certain you can get the super swamper m16 in a 40"x20" and it is a 10 ply/E rated tire. I run the 37 x 20 e rated version on my tow rig. No BS, I got 6 years/55k miles out of my old set which I think is pretty good for a tire with such an aggressive tread pattern.
20" would be nice , but already have KMC beadlocks in 17".
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Make sure to double check the actual pound load rating on the tires. Some C's are rated higher than some E's.

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The SS Irok radial comes in a 39.5x17 E rated.
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I'm having a hard time locating E range 40 x 17" tires. Currently running Toyo M/T's that are C range but need higher capacity for a big trailer. So far I've found Gladiators, but that is it. Any others?
Discount Tire Direct has the Gladiator X-Comp M/T 40/13.50R-17 131Q E2 load rated tire available:

Gladiator X-Comp M/T | Discount tire Direct

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Nitto makes a D rated 40, their mud grappler
Milestar makes a D rated 40 Patagonia MT
The above mentioned Gladiator X-Comp and Maxxis makes a couple in Comp tread.. Going through this myself
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