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Old 10-06-2006, 08:23 PM   #1
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Would these work on a tow vehicle?

Just a question? We recently bought a 1990 Suburban to tow our 27 ft Overlander with. I have some brand new tires on our Bronco, and was thinking about putting them on the Suburban rather than buying more new ones. My question:Would these be a suitable choice for the Suburban?
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Guess I should have include this, they are 31" rated at 2520 lbs.
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Are they P-31×2520, or LT-31×2520? Surely you have more information.
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they are 31x10.50 R15 109S LT M+S
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The only problem would be if the wheels are the suburban are 7" wide, I would go at least 8" rims.

They sound like pretty hefty tires for a Bronco!
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Please get a closer look at your tires that you have a 3/4 shot of that are from the Bronco. There is a load rating in both manners. That is what your local tire shop or vehicle maintance shop would do.

I tow with tires that say 235x75x15 since they can accept more than 235x70's. And this size of tyre is book correct for the vehicles.

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