SteelMaster Wheels
Types of Steel Rims

Browse our extensive selection of the SteelMaster wheels to find the sizes and styles you want. Each one is designed and precisely manufactured to provide long-lasting strength and stability, and features a good-looking, durable powder coat finish that resists rust and corrosion. Plus, each SteelMaster wheel is certified to meet Department of Transportation (DOT) specifications. Depending on the style you want, there are different types of steel rims available – modular wheels, spoke wheels or stamped wheels—along with the bolt patterns you need.

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They are very similar. Ply used to refer to the actual number of plies the tire was built with. Tires today don't need as many plies because of modern material improvements are usually given a Load Range instead, represented by a letter. Each letter is equivalent to 2 plies. See the chart below to help guide you:

Load Range B equivalent to 4 Ply rating

Load Range C equivalent to 6 Ply rating

Load Range D equivalent to 8 Ply rating

Load Range E equivalent to 10 Ply rating

Load Range F equivalent to 12 Ply rating

Load Range G equivalent to 14 Ply rating

ST: Special Trailer 

P: Passenger Vehicles (cars, vans, light-duty trucks, and SUVs)

T: Temporary Spare

C: Commercial (vans or delivery trucks - capable of hauling heavy loads)

LT: Light Truck