Looks great - stock height??Well, it happened even to me. I officially joined the
Mile-High Club... er, scratch that. The 265 Club (wrong forum).
Chose the Pirelli Scorpion All Terrain Plus in 265/60R18 size for my 2020 RL RTL-E with stock wheels. Found them from Amazon for $50 cheaper than Tire Rack FWIW.
Zero rubbing, even in reverse, even at full lock. There is a little road hum but steering bite is great and the slight bump in ride height is noticeable.
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Hi Meg, with a 2" Traxda leveling kit and Pirelli Scorpion Plus 265/60x18, the suspension shop did remove some of the inner plastic wheel wheel. Even with that gone, when I am in reverse and cutting the tires I do hear some slight rubbing. In the shot below, the view is the wheel well facing the truck cab, that is not facing forward to the bumper.Any rubbing or mods needed to make those tires work? About to do 2inch lift and same tires on my 2019.
From other posts it seems like this tire does not rub the wheel well. Its getting a little confusing in this thread. I am trying to figure out if the wildpeak 265/60/18 size with a 1/2 in spacer on the fron will end up rubbing. I am pretty sure someone has already reported on this scenario, but i have not found the post yet.2019 RTL Looking for some advice. Discount tire recommended going from OEM to Falken WILDPEAK A/T3W. Is there any other model I should look at in the same 265/60/18?
The butt dyno is as unreliable as you can get. Mathematically, it’s impossible for a larger diameter tire to NOT have a negative affect on performance especially when towing.Anyone out there who has moved to 265 tires noticed any performance issues due to change in gearing? Especially if you are towing?
Hello Jigaloo, I am writing from Chile, south-america.Hi,
I had Discount Tire test fit a 265/60/18 BFG KO2 tire...next thing I knew, I was driving home with a new set of KO2 tires. 😁
I cut the wheel left/right and drove it in reverse/forward, and I can report absolutely NO rubbing. So far, I've driven about 100 miles and no issues.
The Ridgeline looks SIGNIFICANTLY better with beefier tires. They're a little louder than the stock tires, but not by much.
I'm looking forward for Truxx to come out with their leveling kit to give the front a bit more room.