I bought load range E tires because 35x12.50-17 NItto Trail Grapplers only come in "E".
I would rather have genital herpes than E rated tires on a Jeep.
Why do folks do these things?
They're heavy as fawk, but they're indestructible so far. Had they been available in "C" or "D", I would have bought "C" or "D".
That being said, at 26-28 psi they ride fine on-road, and at 6-8 psi they ride like a fookin' dream off-road.
Not at all trying to convince you to get "E" tires, but there's my "why" I did: because that's all that was available in the tires I wanted.
PLEASE BUY AMERICAN SO I DON'T HAVE TO LEARN CHINESE
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