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Old 01-14-2023, 08:12 PM #1
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Limited folks on 20s -- anyone tried 255/60?

I'm debating throwing the 20s back on my 4runner, and was wondering if the tire availability situation had evolved. Those 245s are just to skinny.

I did some tire size comparisons and 255/60 is quite close but has just a bit more width and sidewall. Turns out it's a Land Rover OE size so there is some tire selection. Anyone tried it? Too bad the availability at 265/55 is so limited...
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I'm debating throwing the 20s back on my 4runner, and was wondering if the tire availability situation had evolved. Those 245s are just to skinny.

I did some tire size comparisons and 255/60 is quite close but has just a bit more width and sidewall. Turns out it's a Land Rover OE size so there is some tire selection. Anyone tried it? Too bad the availability at 265/55 is so limited...

Iíd do a 275/55R20 in some KO2ís personally


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We ended up going with 275/55/20 Nitto Recon Grapplers on ours. The tire selection for anything that fits the factory wheels correctly is not great. For several months we ran the 275ís on the factory wheels but I was not a fan of the sidewalls being squished in to fit on those narrow 7Ē wheels. For Christmas we upgraded to 20x9ís and this thing looks SO much better.
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Yeah, I have seen the countless debates regarding 275s, count me as conservative Re the narrow rims. Just thinking the 255 might be a nice mellow and safe step.


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Yeah, I have seen the countless debates regarding 275s, count me as conservative Re the narrow rims. Just thinking the 255 might be a nice mellow and safe step.


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Understood. I seriously debated staying with 245ís as my wife drives this thing but couldnít bring myself to stay with the skinny oem tire size. On the flip side, I wasnít real keen on having the wider 275ís on the oem wheels either.
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