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Hey all,

Wife just got a 2019 Pilot Touring. Pretty cool car that I'm still trying to figure out. Replaced a Denali Acadia and so far has done a great job of replacing that car.

We have low mileage Toyo Observe winter tires that were amazing on the Acadia. Problem is they are 265/50R20's and the stock Pilot is 245/50R20's. I'm wondering if I can run them on the Pilot. I went to THIS tire comparison sight (pretty cool website) and it seems there is only .8" difference. But I thought I would reach out to the experts as well as roam some of the other threads.
 

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Hey all,

Wife just got a 2019 Pilot Touring. Pretty cool car that I'm still trying to figure out. Replaced a Denali Acadia and so far has done a great job of replacing that car.

We have low mileage Toyo Observe winter tires that were amazing on the Acadia. Problem is they are 265/50R20's and the stock Pilot is 245/50R20's. I'm wondering if I can run them on the Pilot. I went to THIS tire comparison sight (pretty cool website) and it seems there is only .8" difference. But I thought I would reach out to the experts as well as roam some of the other threads.
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I'm running 265/50/20 but I have a 2" lift on and spacers. I wouldn't put 265 without spacers.

I tried 275/55/20 and 275/50/20 they all rub.
 
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