The load index is the load-carrying capacity of a tire.

Load Index

The load index refers to the load-carrying capacity of a tire, or how much weight a tire can support. For example, if a tire has a load index of 89, it can support 1,279 pounds (from below chart) at maximum air pressure.

1 to 49
Load Index Load (lbs)
0 99
1 102
2 105
3 107
4 110
5 114
6 117
7 120
8 123
9 128
10 132
11 136
12 139
13 143
14 148
15 152
16 157
17 161
18 165
19 171
20 176
21 182
22 187
23 193
24 198
25 204
26 209
27 215
28 220
29 227
30 234
31 240
32 247
33 254
34 260
35 267
36 276
37 282
38 291
39 300
40 309
41 320
42 331
43 342
44 353
45 364
46 375
47 386
48 397
49 408
50 to 99
Load Index Load (lbs)
50 419
51 430
52 441
53 454
54 467
55 481
56 494
57 507
58 520
59 536
60 551
61 567
62 584
63 600
64 617
65 639
66 639
67 677
68 694
69 716
70 739
71 761
72 783
73 805
74 827
75 852
76 882
77 908
78 937
79 963
80 992
81 1019
82 1047
83 1074
84 1102
85 1135
86 1168
87 1201
88 1235
89 1279
90 1323
91 1356
92 1389
93 1433
94 1477
95 1521
96 1565
97 1609
98 1653
99 1709
100 to 150
Load Index Load (lbs)
100 1764
101 1819
102 1874
103 1929
104 1984
105 2039
106 2094
107 2149
108 2205
109 2271
110 2337
111 2403
112 2469
113 2535
114 2601
115 2679
116 2756
117 2833
118 2910
119 2998
120 3086
121 3197
122 3307
123 3417
124 3527
125 3638
126 3748
127 3858
128 3968
129 4079
130 4189
131 4289
132 4409
133 4541
134 4674
135 4806
136 4938
137 5071
138 5203
139 5357
140 5512
141 5677
142 5842
143 6008
144 6173
145 6393
146 6614
147 6779
148 6844
149 7165
150 7385

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