255/60R15 Tire Pressure Chart

Corresponding tire load capacity at specified tire inflation pressures for 255/60R15 tires.

Tire Size 26 psi 29 psi 32 psi 35 psi 36 psi 38 psi 41 psi 42 psi
255/60R15 (102 SL) 1435 lbs 1567 lbs 1695 lbs 1821 lbs 1874 lbs (102 SL)
Tire Size 26 psi 29 psi 32 psi 35 psi 36 psi 38 psi 41 psi 42 psi
255/60R15 102 SL 1435 lbs 1567 lbs 1695 lbs 1821 lbs 1874 lbs (102 SL)

255/60R15 is an Metric tire.

255/60R15 102 SL is a Standard Load tire with a load index of 102 and a maximum tire load capacity of 1874 lbs @ 36 psi, capable of supporting up to 1874 pounds or 850 kilograms when inflated to its maximum air pressure of 36 pounds per square inch (psi) or 248 kilopascals (kPa).

Tire Load Capacity Calculator

Calculate proper tire load capacity for 255/60R15 102 SL tire within inflation range of 26 psi to 36 psi. Inflating 255/60R15 102 SL tire over 36 psi will not increase its maximum tire load carrying capacity of 1874 pounds.

Replacement Tire Pressure Calculator

When replacing vehicle's original equipment tires with 255/60R15 102 SL tire, calculate proper replacement tire inflation based on original tire's load capacity at its recommended tire pressure. Never overload 255/60R15 102 SL tire above its maximum tire load capacity of 1874 pounds.

Original Tire
is LT-Metric

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Tires with 255/60R15 tire size

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Vehicles with 255/60R15 tire size

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Replacement tire sizes compatible with 255/60R15 tire

255/60R15 tire can be replaced with 68 compatible tire sizes. Click on tire size to see its load and inflation table.