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20" tires - what rubber to get?

Hi.

My FX4 came with 20" wheels; currently with Pirelli Scorpion ATR rubber.
These are a low profile-ish look being 275/55/20.

What other brands of 20" rubber can I get? I checked out Goodyear.ca and I could not see anything in a 20" size.

What do you have (assuming it is 20") and if you don't mind, how much did they cost per tire?

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Not sure where you could get these in the GTA, but this link might give you some ideas.

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/sea...=012676%7C2008
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I have a set of Nitto Terra Grappler A/T for the winter time and their great they are made by Toyo did you ever think about going up a tire size from your 275/55/20 to a 305/50/20 thier only .2" differnce in height

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I am looking into all options provided here.

Thanks everyone.

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Look into the Yokohama Parada SpecX or Avid SUV, both are decent tires and offered in 275/55/20.
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dude i have the same problem i think i might sell the rims and tires and buy new 35s and maybe 18 in rim i herd was a good combo. well get the new tires first lol then sell the old ones. just a suggestion though.
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dude i have the same problem i think i might sell the rims and tires and buy new 35s and maybe 18 in rim i herd was a good combo. well get the new tires first lol then sell the old ones. just a suggestion though.
if ya got factory 20's i don't think you'll clear 18's brakes are probably in the way.

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if ya got factory 20's i don't think you'll clear 18's brakes are probably in the way.
Shouldn't be a problem I went from factory 20s to 17 procomps without any clearance issues

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really? that's good to know, i guess the brakes must be based off a 17" rim. thanx for the correction:icon_wink:

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