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Old 09-24-2007, 05:44 PM
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Cool Recommend Tires for 20" Rims (06 F350 Harley Davidson)

All, Having trouble finding more aggressive tires for my F350. Want a more aggressive look while still maintaining my highway driveability. (would really like to get the Bridgestone Dueler AT REVO tires I had on my F150)

All I can find are an ugly BFG tire and the factory Goodyears which are good on the highway but I wouldn't want to take them off road.

Want to keep the factory 20" Harley rims.

Any suggestions??

Factory Size is 275/65 R20 ...(at a tire shop today, that I need either a 8 or 10 ply tire)

Chas

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Old 09-24-2007, 05:46 PM
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what size tire?
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Old 09-24-2007, 05:47 PM
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It is going to be difficult to find 20" Bridgestone Revo are great but do not come that big.
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Nitto terra grapplers!!!!!!!!!! I run 325-60-18s on mine, but i have a buddy who runs them on his 20inch rims. They give that aggressive look with the sidewalls but they drive great, you can hear them but not overly loud you have to turn to radio off to hear them. Heres a few snap shots of them Nitto Terra Grappler - Tire Test - Sport Truck Magazine
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Old 09-24-2007, 06:22 PM
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here are some pics of my nitto mud grapplers. they are 35 12.50 20's

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Old 09-24-2007, 06:37 PM
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those are sexy but i like the price range of the terra grapplers alot better!
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When i priced the terra grapplers they where goin to be 150 dollars more than the mud grapplers. have you shoped on the internet for some?
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Old 09-24-2007, 06:57 PM
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Tires

Up until today I couldn't find anything online other than the same factory replacement (used Tire Rack and Discount Tire) they offered no alternatives. I found out that a 305/55 20 and the metric ????? 12.50 20 would work as well.

The cost of the Nitto's is huge $282 a piece when on Ebay I can get the OEM replacements for about $125 delivered.

Its going to be a tough personal choice be frugal or extravagant !!!!

If you have other options or places to purchase online, I am all fingers.

Chas
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Nitto's are very nice! Take a look at Toyo's also! I hear BFG has finally come out with a new tire............hoping for an "E" rating myself. Pro-Comp is running a special....buy three and the fourth is free. Hopefully a vender will chime in!
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I have Cooper Discoverer STT's on mine in 35x13.5x20. Been on there for about 10K miles. Look great and seem to be wearing well. They're even pretty quiet(they're way quieter than the Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ's on my Jeep) for a Mud-type tire. They also tow well too(truck and trailer is right at 22K GVWR).
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