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Load rating of ford alloys

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I believe they are only a light load rating in comparison to the rims for the utes and Territories.

 

Im not sure if i am 100% correct but the figure of 750kg for standard alloys and 850kg for 104H rated terri and ute rims rings a bell.

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Dont the xr utes have the same alloy wheels as the sedans? Arent the one tonne utes only fitted with steel rims?

I was under the impression that its the load rating of the tyres more so than the rims themselves that dictate load rating.

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Dont the xr utes have the same alloy wheels as the sedans? Arent the one tonne utes only fitted with steel rims?

I was under the impression that its the load rating of the tyres more so than the rims themselves that dictate load rating.

There are/were tray back xr6 one tonners,they had 16" alloys factory.

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Dont the xr utes have the same alloy wheels as the sedans? Arent the one tonne utes only fitted with steel rims?

 

I was under the impression that its the load rating of the tyres more so than the rims themselves that dictate load rating.

 

 

There are/were tray back xr6 one tonners,they had 16" alloys factory.

 

Do you have a pic of these wheels mate

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