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Tried to post this earlier... maybe I messed up... :act014:

Discounttiredirect has the RL stock tire size Pathfinder Sports S /AT tire for $98 shipped. Add in the Replacement warranty and you are looking at $446 for 4.

Great price! This dropped about $14/tire or so from yesterday if i remember correctly.

Add in the oem replacement TPMS and you are a little over $600. Cant go wrong with that setup.
 

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Got everything installed today. So far so good. Ofcourse had to do the "cha-cha" with the TMPS "expert" at the installer. "Ive been doing this for 15 years, they have to be programmed...."
Brought up the forum posts and he said "ok", and walked away...

I didnt even get the TPMS light at all, which is strange. Its like once I started the RL it syned right up. Thought I would have to drive a bit, but doesnt appear that way.
 

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First off, I like the look of these tires and the price ain't too shabby either.

That being said, maybe it's just my area (North Texas), but the only size available to me is 275 /65 R18, since I have the Sport 18" rims. Those are 32" tires. You will need a lift for that, and as far as I know only one person on the site has 32" tires, Willoughby10 {http://www.ridgelineownersclub.com/forums/showthread.php?t=82329}. There are probably more, but I haven't seen anyone else advertise that they do. Most people with 18" rims go with a little bit smaller size it seems like, 265/65/ R18 (31.5" tires).

My question is this. Am I limited to just the 275/ 65 R18 bc of my area or does Discount Tire plan to sell other sizes?
 

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First off, I like the look of these tires and the price ain't too shabby either.

That being said, maybe it's just my area (North Texas), but the only size available to me is 275 /65 R18, since I have the Sport 18" rims. Those are 32" tires. You will need a lift for that, and as far as I know only one person on the site has 32" tires, Willoughby10 {http://www.ridgelineownersclub.com/forums/showthread.php?t=82329}. There are probably more, but I haven't seen anyone else advertise that they do. Most people with 18" rims go with a little bit smaller size it seems like, 265/65/ R18 (31.5" tires).

My question is this. Am I limited to just the 275/ 65 R18 bc of my area or does Discount Tire plan to sell other sizes?
Thank you for the comments, SportnSting. I agree, the Pathfinder Sport S/ AT is solid tire and an excellent value.

You are not limited only to the 275/65R-18 size.YOUR LOCAL DISCOUNT TIRE can order any of the sizes linked below.

Pathfinder Sport S/ AT by Size | Discount Tire Direct
 
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