Originally Posted by StarGazer
Is that stamping just on the spare steel rim? Might not be the case for the aluminum rims. There's no stamping of max psi on the aluminum anywhere that I can see. Not even on the inside as I had a tire blow out on me and have visibility on the inside.
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As mentioned before, there might not be a "PSI" rating stamped on your wheels, but if not, there should be a "max load". For example (I have aluminum wheels as well), mine says "Max Load" on one branch of a spoke, and "2830 lbs" on the other branch. Translate that to tires in my wheel size and those tire sizes in LR E carry max loads of 2830 lbs at max PSIs of 80. Thus, the wheel must be able to accommodate 80 PSI to be able to accommodate 2830 lbs.
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