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The weights of a Interco tire

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by merace19, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. merace19

    merace19 1/2 ton status

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    Information gleaned from Pirate4x4.com



    Super Swamper TSL
    All 6 ply unless noted.


    28x8.50-14LT 31# (4ply)
    29x8.50-15LT 33# (4ply)
    31x10.50-15LT 48#
    12-15LT 49#
    32x9.50-15LT 50#
    33x12.50-15LT 60# (8ply)
    15/35-15LT 81#
    Q78-15LT 65#
    36x12.50-15LT 65# (8ply)
    38x12.50-15LT 71#
    16/38.5-15LT 90#
    15/39.5-15LT 96#
    15/42-15LT 106#
    18.5/44-15LT 122#
    9/32-16LT 51#
    9/32-16LT 52# (10ply)
    10/32-16LT 48#
    13/33-16LT 62# (8ply)
    Q78-16LT 66#
    13/36-16LT 67#
    13/38-16LT 69#
    33x12.5-16.5LT 61# (8ply)
    34x9.5-16.5LT 54#
    15/35-16.5LT 76#
    15/35-16.5LT 84# (10ply)
    36x12.5-16.5LT 66# (8ply)
    38x12.5-16.5LT 73#
    16/38.5-16.5LT 89#
    15/39.5-16.5LT 92#
    15/39.5-16.5LT 98#
    15/42-16.5LT 104# (10ply)
    18.5/44-16.5LT 121#

    Interco Boggers
    All are 6 ply unless noted

    31x12.50-15LT 59 lbs
    33x12.50-15LT 64 lbs
    33x14.00-15LT 62 lbs
    35x14.50-15LT 73 lbs
    16/35-15LT 85 lbs
    37x13.00-15LT 84 lbs
    38.5x11.00-15LT 74 lbs
    18/39.5-15LT 110 lbs
    19.5/44-15LT 142 lbs
    31x12.50-16LT 55 lbs
    33x12.50-16LT 52 lbs
    33x14.00-16LT 64 lbs
    35x14.50-16LT 75 lbs
    16/35-16LT 82 lbs
    37x13.00-16LT 83 lbs
    38.5x11.00-16LT 72 lbs
    33X12.50-16.5LT 68 lbs (10 ply)
    33x14.00-16.5LT 64 lbs
    35x14.50-16.5LT 76 lbs
    16/35-16.5LT 87 lbs
    16/35-16.5LT 91 lbs (10 ply)
    37x13.00-16.5LT 82 lbs
    37X13.00-16.5LT 85 lbs (8 ply)
    38.5x11.0-16.5LT 69 lbs
    18/39.5-16.5LT 109 lbs
    19.5/44-16.5L 146 lbs
    37X13.00-17LT 85 lbs
    15/38.5-15 ?
    15/38.5-16 ?
    15/38.5-16.5 ?
    35x10.50-15 ?
    35x10.50-16 ?
    33x10.50-15 ?
    33x10.50-16 ?

    Super Swamper TSL / SX
    All 6 ply unless noted.


    29x10.50-15LT 55# (4ply)
    30x11.50-15LT 55# (4ply)
    31x13.50-15LT 59#
    32x11.50-15LT 70#
    33x15.50-15LT 83#
    35x15.50-15LT 83#
    36x12.50-15LT 78#
    38x12.50-15LT 85#
    38.5x14.50-15LT 89#
    32x11.50-16LT 61#
    33x15.50-16.5LT 68#
    35x15.50-16.5LT 78#
    36x12.50-16.5LT 74#
    38x12.50-16.5LT 83#
    38x12.50-16.5LT 85# (10ply)
    38.5x14.50-16.5LT 93#

    Super Swamper Radial / TSL
    All our 6ply unless noted.


    LT225/85R15 34#
    LT215/85R15 34#
    30x10.50R15LT 47#
    31x9.50R15LT 45#
    32x10.50R15LT 51#
    33x10.50R15LT 53#
    33x12.50R15LT 55#
    36x12.50R15LT 64#
    36x14.50R15LT 79#
    38x15.50R15LT 89#
    LT265/80R16 54# (8ply)
    33x12.50R16.5LT 62# (10ply)
    36x12.50R16LT 70# (10ply)
    36x14.50R16LT 84# (10ply)
    36x14.50R16.5LT 84# (10ply)
    38x15.50R16.5LT 95# (10ply)
     
  2. pauly383

    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

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    Yup they are heavy , but if you have a full cage and a ratchet strap , hanging a tire over the studs ain't hard .

    Me I am a lowly little itty bitty 35 inch guy , I can change my own tire :thumb:
     
  3. mikey_d05

    mikey_d05 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    18/39.5-15LT 110 lbs

    I added 50 pounds in steel wheel and beadlocks to this...changing tires is a backbreaker. :doah:
     
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    1 brand new 15/39.5/15 mounted on 15 x 10 8lug rockcrawler rims unbalanced 133#,
     
  5. jekbrown

    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    good to know that my new 44s are less than 30 pounds heavier than the old 39.5s. :thumb:

    j
     
  6. merace19

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    I have trouble with 35" with aluminum rims on Cooper mts. I dont know how those with 44 or bigger change one on the trail.
     
  7. 79ON40s

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    I assure you that changing a 39.5 on the trail is not fun, I learned this after i sheared the front left 7/16" studs. 1/2" studs here i come:D
     

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