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It seems like a ton of people have moved away from the OEM 20" set up.

I wanted to create a thread where we could do a quick count, so I'll start with "#1" next person is #2, then #3 and so on...


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Wheels: Petrol P1B, matte black
Size: 17x8
Offset: 35
Load rating: 1700 lbs
Weight: 23 lbs

Tires: Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S
Size: 255/65-17
Weight: 36 lbs

 

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#6 2019 Passport Elite

Wheels: 2020 Honda Ridgeline 6 spoke (black powder coated, lug nuts/wheel locks, black center caps)

Tires: Continental Terrain Contacts AT 265/65-r18 (no rubbing in 15k miles)

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2019 MSM Touring
Wheels: OEM 18x8 Ridgeline Purchased new for $100 ea.
Tires: 265/65/18 Pirelli Scorpion All Season Plus 3
Brand new tire from Pirelli. Scorpion is their SUV/Light truck line. The All Season Plus 3 just came out in May 2021. I live in San Diego thus no need for anything other than All Season tires. Not much off road in the plans.
Had them installed just today at Discount Tire. Had them put just one tire on, lowered the PP to the ground and checked for clearance. Tight at full lock, but no rubbing. These tires are quiet! They also provide a really comfortable ride. I had 255/55/18 Pirelli Scorpion Semper Verde Plus 2s put on when I took the 20s off. After 6k miles I decided to switch to the larger size and the new Scorpion with new tread compound, tread pattern, 70k mile warranty, etc. Really glad I made the switch. BTW- Discount Tire gave me $400 credit for the 255s w/6k miles on them.
 

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2019 Touring AWD. I have 18" rims that are 8.5" wide with a 35 mm offset (TSW Sebring in matte black) and Michelin Latitude X-Ice Xi2 winter tires (245/60/R18) which I run in the winter (Nov - April). I shift back to the OEM 20" rims and tires (April to November). I prefer the ride with 18" rims and tires. However, I am a bit too cheap to replace the OEM 20" Continentals when they only have < 10,000 miles on them. Additionally, my 20" rims are getting beat up with lots of nicks and one severe case of rim rash.
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2019 EX/L AWD: 18" Continental Terrain Contact A/T - 245/60R18 on Ridgeline 18" OEM rims (18 x 8) with the same 55mm offset. Rides wonderfully on the highway and does a great job off-road. I moved to these after blowing a hole in the tires that came with the Passport coming down a 4-wheel drive road in central Colorado. I feel much better going off road now.
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18x8 +55 Ridgeline OEM rims running 245/60/18 for the winters here in Chicago. I put the big boys back on the rest of the year. I like the bone stock look. It tends to age well but I'm always tempted by the bronze rims.
 

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