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I’m due for tire replacement, wondering if I can do 255/60 r18 ? Oem size is 245/60 t18..
 

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It's about a half inch larger in outer diameter. It should fit without rubbing, but there is precious little clearance around the tire inside the wheel well without any sort of a lift. If it rubs it will be at full lock or full deflection, and it will likely not rub much. Note that it will raise the vehicle about 0.25" off the ground. Changes to the actual speed vs speedometer reading and torque/acceleration will be very minimal.
 

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thank you marcucci - I really like how it’s sits on 265/60 18r. I’m just worried when I have a heavy load it will rub.. trying for to find out if anyone has the same setup..
 

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I upgraded to the Goodyear Wrangler Adventures with Kevlar (formally called Wrangler Silent Armor) in 265/60R18. I have had no problem with them at all. In fact we've been a lot of places the OEM tires would have just cried looking at.
 
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I upgraded to the Goodyear Wrangler Adventures with Kevlar (formally called Wrangler Silent Armor) in 265/60R18. I have had no problem with them at all. In fact we've been a lot of places the OEM tires would have just cried looking at.
Your Suv looks really nice. I am thinking about getting the same tires. Have you had any issue with the speedometer or rubbing while drive? or any other? Thanks
 

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Your Suv looks really nice. I am thinking about getting the same tires. Have you had any issue with the speedometer or rubbing while drive? or any other? Thanks
No rubbing or issues with the Speed/Odo. They have been great tires and I get a bunch of compliments with how good they fill out the wheel wells.
 
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