Different tire size for Palisade

Dirk

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Has anyone considered a 245/60 R20 for a smoother ride?
Open to ideas to improve the ride, the Bridgestones are noisy and not so comfortable
Thanks
 

SydtheKid

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Hey @Dirk

did you end up using those tires?
I'm curious as well since I will need to put on winter tires at some point.
 
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Dirk

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I have not changed tires yet, Im going to wait until I need new ones
Open to anyones suggestions as to size and manufacturer
 

Steve3333

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I have not changed tires yet, Im going to wait until I need new ones
Open to anyones suggestions as to size and manufacturer
I got 10.5 inch wide wheels from Ashanti (factory wheels are 7.5). I kept the 20 inch size as I didn't want to compromise ride smoothness. Tires are Pirelli Scorpion Verde 285/45/20. Great setup and makes the whole car look much tougher without going overboard. Michelin also makes a tire that size. 16308110031289136863132378198856.jpg
 

SydtheKid

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I got 10.5 inch wide wheels from Ashanti (factory wheels are 7.5). I kept the 20 inch size as I didn't want to compromise ride smoothness. Tires are Pirelli Scorpion Verde 285/45/20. Great setup and makes the whole car look much tougher without going overboard. Michelin also makes a tire that size. View attachment 1452
Dirk

If possible can I see a full picture of the car with these rims/tires? They look great!!
 

Steve3333

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Here are some pics. No sacrifice in ride quality - great look. Also removed the badges in the rear (Hyundai logo requires minor body work to fill the holes and paint), medium smoke body film on tail lights and orange side markers, clear bra on front body and all headlights and side view mirrors, overlay logo on the front grill, 70% ceramic tint on front side windows. 20210910_151021.jpg 20210910_151138.jpg 20210910_151146.jpg 20210910_151440.jpg 20210910_151214.jpg 20210911_153033.jpg 20210910_151221.jpg 20210910_151000a.jpg 20210910_151239.jpg
 

Steve3333

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Wheels are ASANTI (typo in above post)
 

httuner

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Wheels are ASANTI (typo in above post)
My friend I need to know the exact offset your wheels are! I am getting some 10.5 in wheels too but not sure what offset would fit without rubbing!
 

Steve3333

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I'm not sure about the offset. The guys I worked with took care of that part. The wheel manufacturer (in my case Asanti) was helpful. I do know that I needed hub rings which is pretty common. Sorry I couldn't provide the info you requested.
 

magicia3

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Has anyone considered a 245/60 R20 for a smoother ride?
Open to ideas to improve the ride, the Bridgestones are noisy and not so comfortable
Thanks
The Bridgestone's are horrible for tire noise. I got feed up at 3,500 mikes bit the bullet and got Pirelli Scorpion's and it solved the road noise problem completely. Kept the same size as stock. I've had the Scorpion's on two previous vehicles and have loved them.
 
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The Pirelli Scorpion's are great. Even with the bigger wider 285/45/20 on my 10.5" wide Asanti wheels, these tires are quiet and smooth. HIGHLY recommended.
 


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