New AT tires on stock 18” Outer Banks wheels?

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Thinking of getting a Toyo Open Country ATIII or similar tire put on our new BS today, and wondering if anyone knows what the absolute biggest that can go on with no lift and no rubbing? Thinking about a 235 65 R18. I have seen one other here do it successfully.
Anyone else?.

245 60 R/18?????

Thanks for the input!

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Thinking of getting a Toyo Open Country ATIII or similar tire put on our new BS today, and wondering if anyone knows what the absolute biggest that can go on with no lift and no rubbing? Thinking about a 235 65 R18. I have seen one other here do it successfully.
Anyone else?.

245 60 R/18?????

Thanks for the input!

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Please keep us updated on this. Several also have done 245/65/17 but I haven’t seen anyone try the stock 18 rims yet.
 
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You have to use 235/65 series instead on the 18 inch rim otherwise may rub
[/QUOTE what about 245/60 series on 18 inch?
 

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