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Old 09-07-2013, 05:37 PM
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Toyo AT2 285 75 R18 on 08 F250

Anyone have any pictures of this size toyo AT2 on a super duty. I am deciding between the 275, and 285. Anyone have experience with these tires? Thanks.
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there is not much difference between 275 and 285. there are some good online tire size calculators that you can get the measurements and see what fits best
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there is not much difference between 275 and 285. there are some good online tire size calculators that you can get the measurements and see what fits best
10mm, that is the difference between 275 and 285... 10mm is .4"
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Old 09-08-2013, 11:21 AM
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Seems that I may go 295, a bit taller/wider tire. Part of my concern is fuel economy, but I can't imagine it makes an enormous difference from 275 to 295.......anyone have fuel economy info on this size? Thanks
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Seems that I may go 295, a bit taller/wider tire. Part of my concern is fuel economy, but I can't imagine it makes an enormous difference from 275 to 295.......anyone have fuel economy info on this size? Thanks
When I switched from 275/65r18 (32.4x11) to 295/70r18 (34.5x12) I lost 1mpg city, but freeway driving I am actually getting slightly better.

You just need to remember that you actual are traveling slightly further then your odometer says until you get your speedo re calibrated.

I was having to calculate 6% extra into my calculations.
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