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Tires

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Does anyone know how well the older Steeltex R4S match up with the newer Transforce HT. I am trying to match up my spare with another, but they dont make the Steeltex anymore.

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I think as long as its just a spare getting the correct size should sufficient.

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I believe the transforce were built to replace steel tex so you should be good to go.

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Well, what I'm trying to do is put my spare and another matching tire on the rear of my F350. Then using one of the used tires as a spare. Does anyone out there have an older Super-Duty with a Steeltex spare under it that would want to sell? I think from what was explained to me by a tire dealer is the two tires are very similar, but first I would like to match up the exact tire.

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