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post #16 of 61 Old 04-05-2008, 06:05 PM
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Also, don't forget to post pics of the new rubber. We like to see how it looks.
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I found that 39 psi works very well for me. Handling/comfort balance.

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I saw that tire rack shows a 265/50/20 for the MO. Has anyone tried a 275/45/20? There is a slight difference... I think it would look better. Anyone, anyone..?
I suggest going one size larger (285/50-20), as I have done. It is a "guaranteed fitment", according to Discount Tire Direct (even a 295/45-20 should work fine with no clearance or rubbing problems, as long as you select the correct wheel offset and rim width).

The Yokohama Parada Spec-X that I selected for my 2009 Murano LE are fabulous tires, so-far!

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hi everyone,
does anyone know if some 20 inch rims with toyo proxes s/t size 255/45/20 v-speed rated will fit my 03 mo?
i looked on a thread with the tire chart but didnt see this size?
any feedback is appreciated?
also considering some 275/45/20 with hankook ventus rh06.
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245/45-20 on 2003 Murano

This size should work fine on a 20 x 8.5 to 20 x 9.5 rim on that vehicle. If you want to be sure, just call the Tech Service line at Discount Tire Direct (or Tire Rack, although I find DTD to be more helpful and far less arrogant).

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i was asking about 255/45/20. did u just make a typo? thanks dougmael. because u replied w/ 245/45/20. thanks
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is anyone here selling some toyo's, yokohamas or even the oem's??? thanks....
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Yes, that was a typo on my part; I meant 255/45-20, which should fit just fine.

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thanks dougmael

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Just to get it right

Is there any other major concerns with going with tires that are 3.3% off the OEM other than speedo being out by 2 MPH ??

There is A LOT of awesome tire choices with 255/55/18, and being more means cheaper.

I would definitely rather go with a better tire thats off by a little bit more, than getting not the best rated tire just cause of size restrictions.
I know it would be best to keep it under 3%, but as far as reading most of the threads, there is no mechanical (CVT, MPG, wear and tear) disadvantages with going just over recommended 3%.

If you guys strongly disagree with going over 3% - than there is only 1 tire for me for our Canadian winters - Fortera Triple Tread (it now comes in OEM size)

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Personally, I do not see a problem with going 3.3% over rather than 3%, but that's just me .... and remember, I am the guy who went with 285/50-20 tires on 9.5" wide wheels on my new '09 Murano (almost 4,000 miles so far and no problems).


FWIW -- Someone else asked about going with 275/45-20s on his Murano. When I was wheel and tire shopping for my '09, the helpful folks at Discount Tire Direct advised against this, and suggested going with the 285/50s instead.

Toyo Proxes STIIs are now available, and they were my other choice when I bought the Yokohama Parada-X tires for the '09.

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Would 245/45ZR18 BFGoodrich g-Force Super Sport A/S (Ultra High Performance All-Season) fit on the stock 18's? I know looking at the Miata web site it was saying there'd be an 11% difference from actual speed on my speedometer though. Or do you think that size is just way too far off? I'd like a wider/lower profile tire that the stock Eagles that are originals after nearly 50,000 miles.

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Would 245/45ZR18 BFGoodrich g-Force Super Sport A/S (Ultra High Performance All-Season) fit on the stock 18's? I know looking at the Miata web site it was saying there'd be an 11% difference from actual speed on my speedometer though. Or do you think that size is just way too far off? I'd like a wider/lower profile tire that the stock Eagles that are originals after nearly 50,000 miles.
Not only would they be too wide but they would also rub the fender liner too. Try to stay within 5%.




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UPDATE: I now have nearly 17,000 miles on the Yokohama 285/50-20s and they are not only holding up great, they also provide a great ride and excellent handling!

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Not only would they be too wide but they would also rub the fender liner too. Try to stay within 5%.
What do you think the widest low profile tire I could fit on the stock 18's would be?

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What do you think the widest low profile tire I could fit on the stock 18's would be?
Do a forum search on the various tire sizes and see what other members are using.

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