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CAN I TOW WITH THIS TIRE

I got a set of 305/40R22 tires from my buddy. I want to know if my tires on my 99 SRW F250 are capable of hauling 2 car bumper pull.
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think im going to go with a 285/50/22
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tires can be used based upon the load and rating on the tires.

So we have a size, but what is the capacity on the side wall and the rating..c, d, e?

You say a car hauler..what is the gross of that? Gooseneck or bumper? Some of that load is going onto the tires.
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I got a set of 305/40R22 tires from my buddy. I want to know if my tires on my 99 SRW F250 are capable of hauling 2 car bumper pull.
What is the load index rating?
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