Go to Tirerack.com and do some research there.
If I was buying tires I would find out for sure what was the load index (I think that is different than load rating) of the OEM tires and get at least the same load index in a replacement tire. If you're NOT going to tow, then I'm "guessing" a slightly lower load index would be OK.
Again, I would confirm, but I "think" the OEM Tires are standard load rating (there is no load rating following the P-metric size of the tire, it is only added if the load rating is different than standard load rating; i.e. if they don't list a load rating after the p-metric sizing, it means its standard load rating). So its reasonable to assume a standard load replacement tire would work just fine. Again, if your towing heavy load, I'd find all the specs of the OEM and get at least those specs if NOT better in a replacement tire, including load index as well as temp and traction.
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