Thanks for the prompt reply but I have the tread depth, I’m looking for the tread width.
Thanks again Gray Beard, sounds good. Btw, I just weighed one of my unmounted 20” oem Continental LX Sports and they weigh 32Lbs, Continental says they weigh 29Lbs.😂, so guess that means the the rims weigh 34Lbs if the total is 64Lbs as you indicated. My own scale confirms 64lbs. too. The only other thing that concerns me about going with the 265’s is the additional unprung weight and I’ve read enough on the web about it to get a headache🤕. Tirerack says they weigh 37Lbs and Continental says they weigh 39Lbs! They were wrong on the 20” LX Sport tires so I question the 39Lbs. Anyway, if they’re 39Lbs and the 18” Ridgie rims are 28Lbs, which they are, then the package of 18” rims and 265 Contis weighs 67Lbs or if you believe Tirerack, it weighs 65Lbs. At 1Lb over I’m not concerned, at 3Lbs over according to ‘the web’, its the equivalent of your car accelerating and braking an additional 150-200Lbs because of rotational inertia🤷🏻♂️. Obviously you have quite a bit of experience with this combination, do you believe it stops or accelerates differently? Did you happen to weigh one of the Conti TerrainContacts before they were mounted? Thanks so much for discussing this with me.Dan, tread width on the 265 Continental Terrain Contacts is 9". I can also attest that the combination of Honda Ridgelines with 55mm offset and 265 Terrain Contacts do not rub the wheel wells even at full turn lock. And with 25k miles on them I'm impressed with very little tread wear. Plus I do rotate every 5k.