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Ignore that a 101 will just cover a t32,
101 is 825kg's per corner,
4x825 = 3300kg's but will still depend on the axle loads on the vin plate,
(this will only affect a t32 at mot time also as its a class 7 not not class 4)

I am running 102 loaded tyres on my t30 for piece of mind,
Capiable of 3.4tonnes, (850kg's a tyre)

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiretech/techpage.jsp?techid=35

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Ignore that a 101 will just cover a t32,
101 is 825kg's per corner,
4x825 = 3300kg's but will still depend on the axle loads on the vin plate,
(this will only affect a t32 at mot time also as its a class 7 not not class 4)

I am running 102 loaded tyres on my t30 for piece of mind,
Capiable of 3.4tonnes, (850kg's a tyre)

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiretech/techpage.jsp?techid=35

This is a helpful website
It's all a mine field out there, not sure what all this t30,t32 means :*, I just know of swb,lwb,1.9, 2.5, been offered some bridgestone 255 45 20 101 rated for my 2.5 LWB at a good price but im unsure I:
 

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The t26/28/30/32 is the load ratings of the van,
(will say on the v5 which one it is)
Most are 28's or 30's,

What price did you get offered them for and which tyres are they?
Try camskill or my tyres for a new price for the tyres then see if it's good,
 

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Offered some BRIDGESTONE DUELER HP, just rang me mate again and he says there 110 load rating, there off his Q7 with 6mm tread for £100 for 2.
Only problem is there's only 2, can I get the same tyre with a lower rating or do I have to have the same ?
 

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Ignore that a 101 will just cover a t32,
101 is 825kg's per corner,
4x825 = 3300kg's but will still depend on the axle loads on the vin plate,
(this will only affect a t32 at mot time also as its a class 7 not not class 4)

I am running 102 loaded tyres on my t30 for piece of mind,
Capiable of 3.4tonnes, (850kg's a tyre)

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiretech/techpage.jsp?techid=35

This is a helpful website
I'm afraid 101 will not suit a T32 model. My 2.5 LWB T32 has 1710 and 1720kg axle loads and I dont think they vary too much by engine size or chassis length so it needs 103 rated tyres. Although my T32 is a passenger carrying model and it doesn't have the tyre rating checked on the MOT (passenger carriers go back to class 4 MOT) it should still have suitable tyres or the police can throw the book at you.
 
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