How much does a truck tire weigh?

Answer Truck tires can vary in weight based on brand and model. However, the Rubber Manufacturers Association gives an average weight of 120 pounds per tire when new, and 110 pounds when reduced to scrap ... Read More »

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What does a truck have to weigh to write it off as a work truck?

Any vehicle designed to carry cargo with a loaded gross vehicle weight over 14,000 pounds is qualified non-personal use vehicles. According to Internal Revenue Bulletin 2008-25, the IRS allows you ... Read More »

How big of a tire can I put on my truck?

On One Hand: Use The Biggest That Will FitAny gain in ride height will make your truck more versatile. Most stock trucks have surplus room in the wheelwells (at least an inch or two), meaning that ... Read More »

How Much Air Should You Put Into a Truck Tire?

Truck tires should be inflated to anywhere from 60 psi to 120 psi (pounds per square inch), depending on the size of the tire. Recommended psi is usually imprinted on the tire sidewall. Be sure to ... Read More »

How much does a UPS truck weigh?

The weight of an UPS truck varies by the model of the truck involved. WebWire reports that new UPS trucks built on an upgraded, fuel-efficient chassis and unveiled in March 2010 had gross vehicle w... Read More »