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post #136 of 141 Old 08-18-2008, 10:03 PM
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is 275/45/20 a good decision? im considering getting oem size tires and going with kumho solis for 100 bucks a tires. 450 installed. let me know what you guys think. thanks!

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Helpless23,

It depends on what you prefer. If you go with 20” rims and 275 tires expect lower fuel economy and harsher ride. In my personal opinion the OEM size fits Murano perfectly providing good balance between handling and ride. I also happen to like the SL rims.

Tires – look at the new Yokohama YK520. I put them on my FX35 a month ago and like them. $900 out of the door including road hazard insurance and 60,000 miles warranty (Bridgestone OEM lasted 30,000 miles and cost $1,400). They do come in Murano size….




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Brand new tire and i am considering it against Michelin Latitude HP ?

Anybody got any of these two?
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Well I can't help SEV, but I STG next time I need tires on the Titan I'm getting helpless to shop for them. Unless it's all in how much tires have gone up since that post all I can say is holy CRAP! I paid over $800 for my last set. And yes they have a taller aspect, but the rims are 18 instead of 20.


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I've been a 2007 Z50 owner in the UK for about 5 weeks now and have been trawling through here looking for a replacement for the OEM Dunlops, which have done 40k. Having used Geolander GO12's on my Mitsi Pajero , I wanted the nearest equivalent in their range which turned out to be the Geolander HT-S GO51, 255/60/18. just had them fitted for the UK equivalent of $825 for 4, a real bargain over here. Not expecting much effect on mpg, probably about the same as the Mitsi tbh. In the US it's not worth worrying about, we pay the equivalent of $8.10 for a US gallon at our shopping centre service stations !!!
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How I can measure my tire size perfectly?


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