Thanks PlainWhiteRidge,PlainWhiteRidge said:Sorry it took awhile to get back too you.
5S dude, thanks for the comments, only rubbed once, extreme u-turn, hit a bump.
Captmiddy, The tires are rated at 2910lb each, not real sure about the rims, but should be pretty decent since they are made for SUV's (Time will tell). Saved the old ones in case I need too road trip for a long distance or load something, that equals about 5% of my vehicle usage (I have a compressor, floor jack and air tools, will take me an hour too change if needs be). Bought the truck as a nice alternative too my old SUV and I like Honda products a lot.
fraz, I can't think of anything else to warn about, I really like the look and doing something like this always seems too come with some sacrafice, but I've been real happy so far.
I am still very happy with the ride of my truck with the 40 series. I have gone over railroad track crossings (paved) and speed bumps with no issues at all. Only rubbed the once.DD'sRidge said:So, you haven't had any problems with fitment of your 22 x 9 rims, except the one time it rubbed when making a sharp u-turn right? Also, you have 40 series tires and said the difference in ride isn't that much noticeable too. I want to get 22's and 265 45 or 50 series tires; you know have a little more rubber to fill in the wheel wells. In your opinion, would getting 22x9 rims with 265/45 or 50 series tires work?
DD'sRidge said:I've actually found some rims that are 22x8.5 on a website. Someone posted a reply to my question and said that the BMW X5 has the same bolt pattern at our Ridgelines (5x120). The wheels I found have an offset of 37; which should be fine. The offset posted on www.bigwheels.net for the Ridgeline is 30-45. Does anyone think buying these wheels will work based on the offset or should I continue looking for other 22's? The tires I really like are NITTO NT-555 265/40ZR22 so I think I will purchase those even if I don't get the wheels mentioned above.
Antmoney1 said:Plain White...How come when I search for your rims, it says they are not compatible with ridgelines. Actually most sites i look at only show 20"s as being compatible. What's the deal...I don't know ish about sizes, offsets, oem, blah blah blah...I just wanna get my pimp on haha.
My same sentiments...looking at a pair of black 22's for my black RTL5S Dude said:Thanks PlainWhiteRidge,
I think I'll stick to the 20"s. Love your black on white look. I've been swamped with a small startup company of mine but I intend to go "black on black" as soon as I'm able. Tell me your thoughts.