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This listing is for 4 NEW 285/75R16 Centennial Dirt Commander M/T Mud Tires 10 ply
Brand New - never been mounted
- 285/75R16 M/T
- Mud Terrain
- Load E
- 10 ply
- Load Range 126/123N
- Tread Depth 16/32 in.
- Overall Diameter 33.1
- Section Width 11.3
- Rim Width 7.5-9
- PSI 80
- Max Load 3744 lbs
Tough tires for any and offset tread blocks for excellent traction in varying rough terrainsOptimized void ratio for balanced performance on- and off-road
Generous rim protector to protect check our store for different quantities available. Please message me if you need a different quantity other than the ones listed.
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**If any tires are returned to sender after purchase, original shipping charges will be deducted from your refund.**As a company we observe the following holidays and will be closed. If items are purchased on any of the following days your purchase will not ship until the next business day Monday-Friday after the holiday closure. Holidays observed are New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Thanksgiving Friday, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
All tires need to be installed by a professional tire
installer. Especially mud tires need to
be installed by a professional installer that has experience with the heavy
duty sidewalls in these tires. We take
care of any issues that may come up with our tires but if the bead has been cut or
torn during installation there is nothing we can do. One way to know that a bead has been cut or torn is that it will cause a bulge in the sidewall of the tire.
We do NOT accept offers on any of our listings or offer discounts off the listed price.
The pictures are just to show what the tire looks like and may or may not be the size that the listing is for.
Radial tire plies are not the same as they were back in the
70’s when all tires were bias ply. When
tires went to radials they became a Load Range or Ply Rated. This means tires may have fewer true plies
but are rated the same as the old bias tires with more plies. The plies are much stronger and hold up a lot
better than the old way. Below is a
chart that shows how tires are rated today.
When a tire is given
a 'ply rating', it doesn't necessarily indicate the number of layers of
material the tire is constructed of. As the need for greater fuel economy and
the cost of materials rises, the tire manufacturers have gone to using lighter
but stronger materials like Kevlar that provide the same strength that would
have took several layers of materials years ago. Fewer layers also means less
heat build-up, which is essential for longer tire life.
LT-Flotation and LT-Numeric Light Truck Tires
psi (240 kPa)***
psi (350 kPa)***
psi (450 kPa)***
psi (550 kPa)***
psi (650 kPa)***
****Maximum load pressures could vary from that listed in chart.****