Just found it looks like it weighs 53lbs.
These are the tires I have now they are Chaparral A/P. They are the 265/70/16. I will be purchasing the LT255/85/16. http://www.deltatire.com/catalog/tirelist.asp?tCatID=2 and scroll down to the Chaparral A/P. If you compare the weight of this tire and the BFGoodrich mud terrain there is a 9 pound difference. These are a very good tire and are lighter so these would be better on gas.
The 265/70/16's cost me $300 for all four.
Does anybody know how to find the weight for Interco Truxus tires?
And lighter tires are easier on parts like the spindle/knuckle, tie rods, axle shafts and diffs. The Toyo Open Country M/Ts weighed something like 68 lbs each in the 285 size, which put me off them. They have stronger sidewalls than the BFGs, but at great cost in weight--and sidewall flex.
Wheel weights also vary dramatically, of course. It's all mostly how much you're willing to "pay" for increased strength. Shrock skids or a winch may weigh a lot, but boy are they worth their weight, despite the fact that it's weight on the suspension (while wheels and tires are "unsprung" weight).
The question is, how well will they hold up to rocks? I have for the most part found that you get what you pay for with tires. Now there are exceptions as the BFG's are way over priced and you are paying for the name. Though, I will most likely end up with the BFG MT's again.
Give these guys a call. http://www.ntwonline.com/
They deal a lot with Interco tires.