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The Differences in the 94H & 94T Tires


The markings 94T and 94H are standardized ratings. The codes 94H and 94T printed on the sidewall of a tire are standardized indicators of its load-carrying capacity and speed rating. These codes allow consumers to compare tires and select the appropriate ones for a particular car.

Load Capacity

The “94” part of the 94T and 94H tire codes indicates load capacity, which is the same for both types of tires. A 94 load rating indicates that the tire can safely carry a load of 1,477 pounds. The rating is based on individual tires, so four 94T or 94H tires could support a car weighing up to 5,908 pounds, fully loaded.