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Hi everyone,

I have been doing some research on here & I have read that a 32" tire is the largest you can go. I have a 2013 Laredo & I just ordered the 22" SRT8 reps. I'm trying to decide if I should go with a 285/45/22 or a 275/45/22. Not really looking for a mud terrain tire just an all season will do & I really like the Toyo's, Hankook and Cooper Zeons. I know the 285 will be an exact 32 but just worried it will rub so I was thinking about the 275 which is a 31.74. Not that much difference but wanted your opinions before I made the purchase this week. I did see the youtube video with the 22' srt8 reps on the 285/45/22 Nittos which looked really nice. Thanks in advance.
 

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285 40 22 is super cool too. My wifes durango has that size and they have good sidewall and an excellent ride
 

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285 40 22 is super cool too. My wifes durango has that size and they have good sidewall and an excellent ride
Scott, I'm debating between the 285-40-22 ($209 per) & 285-45-22 ($184 per) Nitto 420s. Such a small difference, I know, but are there pros/cons of each outside of look? Keep in mind, I live in Idaho so we have all 4 seasons.

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Yes road magnet mids, 1" front, 1.8" rear. It actually sits a bit lower than its shows in the pic


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Scott, I'm debating between the 285-40-22 ($209 per) & 285-45-22 ($184 per) Nitto 420s. Such a small difference, I know, but are there pros/cons of each outside of look? Keep in mind, I live in Idaho so we have all 4 seasons.

Thanks!
I installed the NT421Q and it's got a better rating from the manufacturer in the not so nice weather than the 420s...mine are stock size, however.
 
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