G Load Range RV Tires vs F and H [What is Difference?]

Truck tires typically come in two load ratings: G and H.

The G-rated trailer tires are specially designed for handling large RVs and trailers. They have a higher weight tire capacity than other tires and can take a variety of terrains. They can handle about 4400 lbs each. Each model tire is a little different.

An H load range tire can handle much more, about 6700 lbs each. Infographic:


Tires are rated by how much weight they can carry, and have a ply rating.

  • H rated tires have 16 plies and can carry more, about 1k lbs more per tire compared to a G, a good choice for RV. Capacity 6700 lbs.
  • G Load Range has a ply rating of 14, good for RV. Capacity 4400 lbs.
  • F Load Range tires have 12 ply rating, and 3600 lbs capacity.
  • E has 10 ply, good choice for F250 or F350 truck, 3000 lbs capacity.
  • D has 8 ply, capacity of 2200 lbs.
  • C has 6 ply, good for F150 pickup.


Here is a video that explains the load capacity of various load rated tires:


If you overload tires they will wear out faster. If you get tires that are overly strong you will be weighted down because they are heavy. The load range is printed on the side of every tire.

More about tires: https://www.worktruckonline.com/329088/how-to-understand-truck-tires-load-ratings-sizes-more

More about tire sizes.