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So i'm looking for new tires for my 16 Pilot ..... and is looking for some A/T just for the sake of looks. I am wondering what is the largest size i can get for my OEM 18" rims that won't rub?

I can even pick up some 20" Touring rims too so any suggestions on both 18" and 20" would be great.

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check out tirerack.com

they have a good selection
 

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I’m guessing you won’t find (m)any AT tires which fit an unlifted Pilot with 20” rims.
If you’re going for looks the popular AT choice on Tacomas are BFG KO2s.
 

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When my OEM tires wear out (maybe in less than a year!) I plan on putting these on my Pilot, and will go with the same-size as the OEM tires are. The info given below is taken from the Tire Rack website:

CONTINENTAL
TERRAINCONTACT A/T
On-/Off-Road All-Terrain
  • Size: 245/60R18 105H
  • Serv. Desc: 105H
  • UTQG: 680 A A
Presently $190.02/tire for set of 4.
However, I'll probably get these tires (and balancing/installation) @ my local Discount Tire place.
-- BR
 

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So i'm looking for new tires for my 16 Pilot ..... and is looking for some A/T just for the sake of looks. I am wondering what is the largest size i can get for my OEM 18" rims that won't rub?

I can even pick up some 20" Touring rims too so any suggestions on both 18" and 20" would be great.

thank you
I have on 265/50/20 on 20" rims from the 2019 model.
275/50/20 and 275/55/20 rubbed badly on my car. discount tire tested fitted the tires for free and then I drove 275/50/20 for about 1000 miles then couldn't handle the rubbing so went to nitto ridge grappler 265/50/20 they run perfectly fine on mine. very minimum rubbing. I can still full lock unlike the other sizes I had on. definitely looks bad ass.

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