Tires That Fit Your 1992 chevrolet k2500 suburban Silverado

your vehicle's tire specs
Tire Size LT245/75R16/E
Tire Pressure (PSI) Front 45 Rear 80
Speed Rating S 180 kph
Load Index kgs

Speed Rating

Tire speed rating tells you the maximum service speed for a tire. A speed rating isn't, however, a recommendation to exceed speed limits, and doesn't indicate how well a tire handles or corners.
We recommend that you choose new tires with a speed rating at least equal to your old tires. For example, if the recommended speed rating is a V, it's suggested that you replace it with a V, W, Y, or Z. If you mix tires with different speed ratings, be sure to observe the lowest speed rating.

Tire Speed Rating Chart
Service description speed symbol Maximum speed (KPH) Size speed symbol
P 150
Q 160
R 170

* W- and Y-speed ratings are subcategories of the Z-speed rating.
** Per the TR&A 2007 yearbook, for tires having a maximum speed capability above 240 km/h (149 mph), a ZR may appear in the size designation. For tires having a maximum speed capacity above 300 km/h (186 mph), a ZR must appear in the size designation and a service description, including the Y speed symbol, must be included in brackets.

Load Index

Tire load index is an assigned number that corresponds to the maximum weight that a tire can support when properly inflated.
Most passenger-car tire load indexes range from 75 to 100, but some are higher. The chart shows how load indexes translate to weight.

Load Index Load kilograms
75 387
76 400
77 412
78 425
79 437
80 450
81 462
82 475
83 487
84 500
85 515
86 530
87 545
88 560
Load Index Load kilograms
89 580
90 600
91 615
92 630
93 650
94 670
95 690
96 710
97 730
98 750
99 775
100 800
101 825
102 850
Load Index Load kilograms
103 850
104 900
105 925
106 950
107 975
108 1000
109 1030
110 1060
111 1090
112 1120
113 1150
114 1180
115 1215
116 1250
Load Index Load kilograms
117 1285
118 1320
119 1360
120 1400


Not all sidewalls are built the same. Check out the different types of sidewall styles that we offer below.


A black sidewall with black lettering.

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White bands on the sidewall vary in width.

tire sidewall showing whitewall design feature

Outlined Letters

Letters on the sidewall are outlined in white.

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Some tire results may include speed rating options below your vehicle manufacturer's recommended speed rating.
Tire prices vary by specifications such as speed rating, load index, and other SKU-level variables.

**Based on internal testing:

Assurance® TripleTred® All-Season: In Goodyear's "60 mph Wet Traction Test" the P215/60R16 Goodyear Assurance TripleTred® All-Season significantly outperforms the 215/60R16 Michelin Defender, delivering on average 21% better wet traction.

Assurance® ComforTred® Touring: Comparison of industry data for T, H & V speed-rated tires versus Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring. Standard Goodyear Internal Ride test-P215/60R16, 2008 Toyota Camry LE V6 railroad track at 35 mph vs. Michelin Primacy MXv4.

Assurance® CS Fuel Max®: 2,600 miles/4,000 kilometers based on a 4% fuel economy improvement, on 65,000 Mile/105,000 Kilometer Tread Life Limited Warranty, 245/65R17 size as compared to the Goodyear Fortera® SilentArmor® tire tested on P245/65R17 size – 2005 Honda Pilot EX. Actual results may vary based on when tires are replaced, driving and road conditions, and proper tire maintenance.

Assurance® Fuel Max®: 2,600 miles/4,000 kilometers based on a 4% fuel economy improvement, on 65,000 mile/105,000 kilometer Tread Life Limited Warranty, as compared to the standard Goodyear Assurance® tire tested on P195/65R15 size – 2008 Honda Civic. Actual results may vary based on when tires are replaced, driving and road conditions, and proper tire care maintenance.

Cargo Vector 2: Property damage, serious injury, or death may result from tire failure due to under inflation/overloading/misapplication. Follow the vehicle's owner's manual or tire placard in the vehicle for proper tire size and load carrying capacity.

Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2: Based upon Goodyear Internal Vehicle Stopping Distance, Wet Skid Test on 225/45R17 tire versus the Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Pole Position.

Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season: Based upon Goodyear internal Ice Stopping Test on 225/45R17 tire versus Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus and Bridgestone RE970 Pole Position AS.

Ultra Grip Winter: In Goodyear's "Snow Stopping Distance Test," the Ultra Grip Winter tire stops on average 6 feet (1.8 meters) shorter on snow than the General Altimax Arctic 215/65R16 tire.