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so what tire size are you guys running with your 20's? I had 265/35R22 on my 22's and loved that stance. so I'm thinking like 265/45R20 or 265/55R20. something a little low profile, yet still "meaty". and input? pics?
 

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thanks man^^

IndyDurango said:
Remember, sidewalls are your friends.

Rubber bands are meant for little girl's hair.

Choose wisely.

IndyD ;)
ha, ya. need I say all the flats I had with the 22's?? it was a great look and I'll miss it, but these 20's will be nice.
 

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I ended up with the 265/55R20 Goodyears found used on eBay for under $200 for all 5 shipped. they're $265 each new. I wanted a bigger tire but was limited to the used selection. these come on infinities so lots of them available used. 275/60R20 would be cool but that's a 33" tall tire and lifted with a Stillen and 20s would be weird.

UPDATE
According to discount tire, we can fit a 295/45R20

And a correction, I'm currently running a 265/50R20 Goodyear RSAs
 

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Keep in mind Midnite's is a 2wd and sits considerably lower so he may not be able to fit as big of a tire on his D.
Agree with Indy, that thin rubber band look is way over played these days. The trend seems to be shifting back to having real tires with real sidewalls.
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I agree. Thin sidewalls are great for a fast handling, light, sport ride. They just don't work for trucks. The ride is harsh and nasty compared to proper sidewalls.
 

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what's the biggest 20" tire that can be had under a stock awd?
 

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back when I had my 20"s on my 4wd, I had it lowered about 3 " and at the time had 265/40R20s and they fit pretty good. So I'd say a 2wd should be about the same with the vehicle lowered and you may be able to go 265/45R20. When I had my 22's, I went with 265/35R22 which wasn't too bad of a tire but a harsh ride like Steve said. I could have went with a 45 series. These days I'm pimping the stock 17"s with 275/60R17s.
 

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Who wants to bet common sense won't prevail here?
LOL
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HAHAHAHA
 
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