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So I ordered a set of Dueler Revo's from Costco today, and got the Passenger rating becuause it was about $40 cheaper per tire. The Costco man said I should be OK, unless I'm always hauling heavy loads. Is this true?

Will our light tacoma's be fine with a set of P rated tires (less ply's i think?) for normal driving and the occasional towing of a light-medium weight trailer?
 

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CYi5 said:
So I ordered a set of Dueler Revo's from Costco today, and got the Passenger rating becuause it was about $40 cheaper per tire. The Costco man said I should be OK, unless I'm always hauling heavy loads. Is this true?

Will our light tacoma's be fine with a set of P rated tires (less ply's i think?) for normal driving and the occasional towing of a light-medium weight trailer?
You blew it dude.

Just kidding...I have no idea, but couldn't resist.
 

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Probably you'll be all right. Check the rating for your P-metric. And keep good and right inflation to avoid blew out! :)

It's a light truck anyway! haha
 

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awww man, you guys are makin me nervous!! :)
 

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LT's are stronger and higher load rating. They have stronger sidewalls and are more appropriate for off roading. I would do the math and make sure the P rated tires have enough load rating.
 

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Load Ratings:
P-Metric 114S
LT C=112, D=119

Note: I don't do anything extreme offroad at this point, just rocky trails, and spend 95% of my driving in the city at the moment...think these conditions are OK for P-Rating? What i'm trying to say I guess is...i'm not buying them for rock crawling or thrashing..
 

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CYi5 said:
Load Ratings:
P-Metric 114S
LT C=112, D=119

Note: I don't do anything extreme offroad at this point, just rocky trails, and spend 95% of my driving in the city at the moment...think these conditions are OK for P-Rating? What i'm trying to say I guess is...i'm not buying them for rock crawling or thrashing..
Yes, you are fine, they come fom the factory with a p rated tire.
 

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Thank You!! You Made My Night!!:D
 
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