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Old 01-25-2013, 09:37 AM   #1
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Default Need wheel & tire help

I have a 2013 150 Screw 4x4 limited

I'm looking at getting some new wheels and tires. I thinking about some black 18" wheels. I want to go bigger on the tires. I'm just not sure on offsets and sizes I should be looking at. I don't want them to stick out too much a little is okay. Need a good AT tire. I want to be about to do some off road with it, handle snow and I do a lot of city driving.

Any info or opinions are appreciated
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Not sure on size for you but I have Nitto Terra Grapplers and love them. They do great on road, rain, snow, ice, and pretty descent in mud for an all terrain tire.
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