tomdej wrote:Standard size is 245/65 17 which has an overall diameter of 750mm.
265/65 17 has a diameter of 776mm.
My experience with 265/65 17 on an MN has resulted in the speedo being accurate.
No, its a maximum of 50mm... 25mm each side.tomdej wrote:I believe the maximum legal increase in track is 25mm, not 50mm.
tomdej wrote:I believe the maximum legal increase in track is 25mm, not 50mm.
BarryIRL wrote:I have 265/70/17 Toyo Open Country M/T on mine.
I decided on the size after much deliberation - After lifting I regret not putting on 285's as the 265's look too small.
Also consider your offsets as I had ET08 on mine and after the lift the wheels were sitting inside the fender, I recently put spacers on to bring them out/flush.
As other poster said, nice "quiet" tire and good performance.
bigboots wrote:Was running the original 245/65R17 HT tyres fitted as standard and these were basically OK on bitument but useless on wet grass. slid all over the place. Now have Falken Wildpeak 265/65R17 which I am more than happy with. Not as noisy as I thought they would be (possibly same as the HT's) although that may change as they wear more. No evidence of damage after a run up the Ooodnadatta Track. Pressures dropped to 24 front and 28 rear - towing a 2700kg caravan.
mq18 wrote:Trying to decide which size to fit to my stock MQ GLX with nudge bar & alloy tray. Want to stay with readily available size that won't scrub and will allow under tray storage of spare. Like the look of the CSA HAWK 17x9 rim with P20 offset. Any input appreciated.
mq18 wrote:Hi Steane,
How do you find the 60 profile off road? Can the 18s be aired done sufficiently for soft sand?
Got a side on pic of the rims/tyres?
srb wrote:18s and low profiles would be fine for lightly loaded utes such as the pretty blue one above... no good for heavily loaded rigs. And being light weight always rules in the soft stuff.
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