Yo I have some 20 inc wheels for my 06 pilot exl and I don’t know the correct tire size for it. Can someone bless me rq much appreciated.
This is the size TireRack says fits under the fender of a 2006 Honda Pilot on a 20 inch rim. Yes, the OP needs to know the tire he selects is in the acceptable range of his rim width and if the 20 inch rims he has fit on his vehicle.Don't you also need to know the width of the wheels before you can recommend a particular size of tire?
TireRack also says:This is the size TireRack says fits under the fender of a 2006 Honda Pilot on a 20 inch rim.
Yes, "proper wheels." Hopefully the OP has the proper 20 inch rim for his vehicle to accommodate the recommended tire size of 265 45r20.TireRack also says:
"The optional sizes listed are found to fit most vehicles when using proper wheels. General vehicle condition, vehicle and wheel application can affect proper tire fitment. Optional sizes should be carefully tested on a vehicle and clearances with the body work and suspension should be checked prior to driving on a tire. Failure to do so can cause damage to the vehicle and/or sudden tire failure due to tire damage caused by contact with the vehicle."
Check out the TR prices of those 20 inch tires as I'd quickly reconsider bumping up to that size of wheels and tires. If the width or offset is incorrect for your application you could be SOL.Yo I have some 20 inc wheels for my 06 pilot exl and I don’t know the correct tire size for it
Some got money to burn. Maybe this is the OPs summer set up, pimping out the ole Pilot?Check out the TR prices of those 20 inch tires as I'd quickly reconsider bumping up to that size of wheels and tires. If the width or offset is incorrect for your application you could be SOL.
Agreeed,OP, hope they fill in the potholes where you are before you go out for a spin with your new wheels. Otherwise, it's going to be a very haptic experience, i.e., literally a PITA. 😖
Then you just need to convert some campers for passenger rail cars.I'm kind of liking the ideas of the 20's. Way I figure it, with so many abandoned rail way lines these days, take the tires off, hop on the line and no traffic. Just make sure that it is an abandoned line, Passing lanes are few and far between and the line is a one way line if you meet a locomotive. Their way that is.
You got to watch out for the occasional railway bridge that is missing but if Honda's gonna put train wheels on the thing, might as well get full use out of them.