Gen 3 wheels on my Gen 1

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EricM

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Nice. E range tires are trash on a half ton truck.
Pretty broad statement.

The load E rough ride comes into play when you are carrying a bunch of weight (not something a Raptor does) and the resulting need to run them at 80 PSI.

Run E tires and D tires at 40 PSI on a Gen 1 Ratpor and there's likely no way you'd know the difference.

The ride of my Ridge Grapplers is just fine, and they are load range E. Certainly not anyherwe near "trash". I run them at 38 PSI unloaded and they wear perfectly across the tread.
 

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Pretty broad statement.

The load E rough ride comes into play when you are carrying a bunch of weight (not something a Raptor does) and the resulting need to run them at 80 PSI.

Run E tires and D tires at 40 PSI on a Gen 1 Ratpor and there's likely no way you'd know the difference.

The ride of my Ridge Grapplers is just fine, and they are load range E. Certainly not anyherwe near "trash". I run them at 38 PSI unloaded and they wear perfectly across the tread.
Naw, I went from C range on my 2018 to E range and it was stupid hard ride. I went down as low as 26 psi trying to get it to ride like the C's, then it was too squirmy. Trash.
 
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