Discussion in 'The Garage' started by jakeslim, May 6, 2003.
approximate weight is ok...just need to know so i can get a shipping quote
Tire weight is approximately 89-93#, depending on the rim size. What size wheel?
wheel is 15x10
38.5x14.50-15 SX weighs 89# (from the Interco site)
15x10 steelie weighs 35# (BRB just weighed one for another post.)
Pair should weigh roughly 124# /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
i run 39.5x15x15 regular TSLs on Eaton HD steel wheels and they are 123-124 pounds each.... its just a guess, but I'd think 38 SXs would be in the 100-110 range depending on the rim...
My 38.5x14.5x15's with steel wheel's weighed 125lbs on a digital scale.
OK, thanks for the help everyone.
Mine was 114 Lbs.
wow, thats weird yunit... are SXs inherantly heavier for some reason? Eaton HD steel rims are pretty dang heavy for rims... so I doubt the extra weight is comin from the rims..
The SX's have 2 steel belt's in the tread.
oh ok, i guess that explains it. I didnt think those nubby lil side lugs on SXs made them that much heavier. /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif I woulda go SXs myself if they made em bigger... good tyres.
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