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Load Resistance, etc., chart for Class A push pull 6L6s?

I'm just learning how to use these charts- trying to find the right output transformer for an amp I'm working on. I have a chart from the GE 6L6 datasheet for push pull Class AB, two tubes, 450v plate voltage and one for Class A, 250 volts plate voltage- I am deriving from the values involved that the Class A chart is for a single ended amp, one tube.

Anybody know where to find a more suitable chart- or any clues on how to interpolate relevant values for push pull Class A from these charts?

Also my plate voltage may be a bit higher than 250v- but nowhere near 450v- how do I compensate for that?

And how do I compensate for using 4 tubes instead of two?

Thanks,
Ted