200 Series Tire and Wheel Size Database (8 Viewers)

gaijin

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OK I am the next one to ask what tire pressure on new tires. Nitro Terra Grappler G2 285/65 18? Thanks in advance
Nitto doesn't make a Terra Grappler G2 in that ISO-Metric size - please check the tire sidewall and try again.

Also, will these be mounted on a LC200 or LX570?
 
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So, any thoughts on 30mm offset 18 x 8.5 wheels with 285/65/18 on them?
I have this exact same question, 2 of the 4 OZ Rally Raids have arrived, other two are set to ship mid month. I am going to run KO2, thinking 285/65/R18 if anyone has rubbing feedback, if not I may resort to 275/65/R18 or 285/60/R18.
 
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So, any thoughts on 30mm offset 18 x 8.5 wheels with 285/65/18 on them?
I have this exact same question, 2 of the 4 OZ Rally Raids have arrived, other two are set to ship mid month. I am going to run KO2, thinking 285/65/R18 if anyone has rubbing feedback, if not I may resort to 275/65/R18 or 285/60/R18.
Should be very minimal rubbing at full lock if anything.. nothing a little massage of the fender liner up front and removing the front mud flaps won't fix.
 
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Should be very minimal rubbing at full lock if anything.. nothing a little massage of the fender liner up front and removing the front mud flaps won't fix.
I'm going 285/60/18 Blizzaks in a few weeks for winter. Either doing Rally Raids(30mm offset), Enkei Truck Commanders(25mm offset) or Icon Rebound(25mm offset). From what I was able to find, it would likely be just the front mudflap if at all in that tire size. Tire Rack's visual tool is fun.
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I'm going 285/60/18 Blizzaks in a few weeks for winter. Either doing Rally Raids(30mm offset), Enkei Truck Commanders(25mm offset) or Icon Rebound(25mm offset). From what I was able to find, it would likely be just the front mudflap if at all in that tire size. Tire Rack's visual tool is fun.
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Yea it will be very minimal if anything. Even with one size up 285/65/18
 
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What is the highway PSI you are using for BFG KO2 285/60/18? I am running 38 psi the ride is very squishy and feel less controlled. I rode same year (2013) with 48psi, the ride was very controlled and did not feel harsh.
 
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Ordered the Rally Raids in Bronz. The Blizzaks don''t come in 285/65/18 only 285/60 or 275/65. I'd rather have the bit more contact patch, more concerned about ice than deep snow. Will post pics when I get them on.
 
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It's been an adventure with tires/wheels so far. Purchased an '18 in August and swapped out the stock tires with Goodyear UltraTerrain ATs 275/65/18s to achieve a more aggressive tread and, hopefully, fill some space in the wheel well. After a week or so, I felt a "pulsing" sensation on the right side and Discount Tire confirmed there were heavy spots on those two tires that couldn't be balanced out. By that point I had regretted not just pulling the trigger on different wheels that would better fill the hole, so I bought the 17" Icon Vector 5s from Discount Tire. They were originally supposed to arrive in September so I kept the Goodyears on until they were to arrive.

Fast forward to this past weekend when the Icons finally arrived and I went to 285/70/17s in the Nittos. Much better appearance (both tread and the offset) than the Goodyears, but there is some rubbing at full lock on the front. I removed the mud flaps but they still rub on the front of the tire and I'm not sure what to do in that spot. Heat gun? Cut it? It's not the "tab" but the actual fender liner and I'd really like to avoid cutting that if possible. I seem to recall a thread where someone used a bolt/washer/nut assembly to pull the fender liner forward and open up the space. Any other ideas?

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Look up any of the fitting 35s thread and they’ll have the walkthrough to pin the wheel liner 1” forward. It’s on my build thread too.
 
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I'm going 285/60/18 Blizzaks in a few weeks for winter. Either doing Rally Raids(30mm offset), Enkei Truck Commanders(25mm offset) or Icon Rebound(25mm offset). From what I was able to find, it would likely be just the front mudflap if at all in that tire size. Tire Rack's visual tool is fun.
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What website is this that allows you to look at different wheel combinations?
 

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Gaijin,
Thank you so much for the RCTIP data!
New guy here requesting for a 2013 LX570 the followng:
DISCOVERER AT3 4S - SIZE: 275/65R18 116T
33PSI?
Thanks!
 

gaijin

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Gaijin,
Thank you so much for the RCTIP data!
New guy here requesting for a 2013 LX570 the followng:
DISCOVERER AT3 4S - SIZE: 275/65R18 116T
33PSI?
Thanks!
Sure.

The RCTIP for those Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S ISO-Metric 275/65R18 SL 116T tires on your 2013 LX570 is 30psi F/R.

HTH
 

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