33x12.50R22 Tire Pressure Chart

Corresponding tire load capacity at specified tire inflation pressures for 33x12.50R22 tires.

Tire Size 25 psi 30 psi 35 psi 40 psi 45 psi 50 psi 55 psi 60 psi 65 psi 70 psi 75 psi 80 psi
Max Load 1200 lbs 1360 lbs 1520 lbs 1660 lbs 1795 lbs 1930 lbs 2045 lbs 2160 lbs 2270 lbs (E) 109 2385 lbs 2490 lbs 2600 lbs (F) 114
Tire Size 25 psi 30 psi 35 psi 40 psi 45 psi 50 psi 55 psi 60 psi 65 psi 70 psi 75 psi 80 psi
33x12.50R22 1200 lbs 1360 lbs 1520 lbs 1660 lbs 1795 lbs 1930 lbs 2045 lbs 2160 lbs 2270 lbs (E) 109 2385 lbs 2490 lbs 2600 lbs (F) 114

33x12.50R22 is a radial Flotation tire available in 2 load ranges.

Use our tire pressure calculator to calculate proper tire inflation for replacement tires to match the original equipment tire load capacity on your vehicle.

33x12.50R22/E 109 tire with load range E and load index of 109 has a maximum tire load capacity of 2270 lbs @ 65 psi, capable of supporting up to 2270 pounds or 1030 kilograms when inflated to its maximum air pressure of 65 pounds per square inch (psi) or 448 kilopascals (kPa).

33x12.50R22/F 114 tire with load range F and load index of 114 has a maximum tire load capacity of 2600 lbs @ 80 psi, capable of supporting up to 2600 pounds or 1179 kilograms when inflated to its maximum air pressure of 80 pounds per square inch (psi) or 552 kilopascals (kPa).

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Tires with 33x12.50R22 tire size

9 tire models are available in 33x12.50R22 tire size. Click on tire model to check its inflation and load capacity values.

Replacement tire sizes compatible with 33x12.50R22 tire

33x12.50R22 tire can be replaced with 1 compatible tire size. Click on tire size to see its load and inflation table.