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Old 31 Oct 2009, 05:31 am
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Default Can I use 91 load rating winter tires on my 2005 Acura TSX? The originals are rated at 94 ...

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Old 31 Oct 2009, 06:01 am
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You should be fine, but technically you should carry 120lbs less than your current recommended load rating.
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