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355 65 18 nitto on a 18x9

I was told at the tire store that I can get the nitto terra grappler 355 65 18 and put it on the xd series revolver which is a 18x9 wheel but on nittos site it says 10-11 rim does anyone know if this set up will work if not what tire in that size can I put on the rim I want to be at 36-37 for tires
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I was told at the tire store that I can get the nitto terra grappler 355 65 18 and put it on the xd series revolver which is a 18x9 wheel but on nittos site it says 10-11 rim does anyone know if this set up will work if not what tire in that size can I put on the rim I want to be at 36-37 for tires
You could mount them and probably will never have an issue. I personally wouldn't on my truck. Especially if you tow heavy.

Toyo has 36x13r18 approved for 8-11" wide wheel. But I only see it in the MT's now. They had that size in AT's but not in ATll's? OPEN COUNTRY M/T | Toyo Tires

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I had nitto 355/60r20 on a 9" wide rim and did not have an issue. did not haul with it.
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Re: 355 65 18 nitto on a 18x9

I had 365/65-16 Toyo ATs on a 10" wheel. The biggest mistake I made was keeping them at 50 psi, the centers wore out and there was still good tread on the shoulders. I gave them to a friend that put them on 12s. WOW! What a difference that made. The bad part was that you could actually see the low center in the tread.

So like Laing said, it'll probably work, but I wouldn't do it on less than a 12.

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