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Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon #8785672 01/22/23 05:40 PM
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Has anyone put all terrain tires on a Yukon with 22 inch wheels without having to modify the vehicle (level, lift, etc)?

Just searching online and not coming up with much. I’ve seen some with Nittos on them but haven’t gotten close enough to see the make of the tire.

Thanks

Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: KennyLee] #8785688 01/22/23 06:06 PM
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Not to many options in the factory size but I’m almost positive the nitto terra grapplers and Toyo open county at come in the factory size.

Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: KennyLee] #8785802 01/22/23 09:28 PM
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Any tire in factory size will work without a lift. Toyo has a tire in almost every size possible.

Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: KennyLee] #8786064 01/23/23 02:39 AM
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Originally Posted by KennyLee
Has anyone put all terrain tires on a Yukon with 22 inch wheels without having to modify the vehicle (level, lift, etc)?

Just searching online and not coming up with much. I’ve seen some with Nittos on them but haven’t gotten close enough to see the make of the tire.

Thanks


Those 22” ride like crap. I put 18” rims and Toyo ATIII huge difference


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Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: BOBO the Clown] #8786178 01/23/23 04:14 AM
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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
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Has anyone put all terrain tires on a Yukon with 22 inch wheels without having to modify the vehicle (level, lift, etc)?

Just searching online and not coming up with much. I’ve seen some with Nittos on them but haven’t gotten close enough to see the make of the tire.

Thanks


Those 22” ride like crap. I put 18” rims and Toyo ATIII huge difference

Yep, and it is not about the rim diameter but the tire diameter. With a 22" rim you will probably not have a lot of rubber to absorb the bumps.


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Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: Stump_jumper] #8786202 01/23/23 05:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Stump_jumper
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Has anyone put all terrain tires on a Yukon with 22 inch wheels without having to modify the vehicle (level, lift, etc)?

Just searching online and not coming up with much. I’ve seen some with Nittos on them but haven’t gotten close enough to see the make of the tire.

Thanks


Those 22” ride like crap. I put 18” rims and Toyo ATIII huge difference

Yep, and it is not about the rim diameter but the tire diameter. With a 22" rim you will probably not have a lot of rubber to absorb the bumps.


A 33 inch tire on 18’s will ride a lot better than on 22’s, so wheel diameter plays a large role because it allows more sidewall.


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Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: KennyLee] #8786392 01/23/23 03:32 PM
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I went with Goodyear Wangler Workhorse AT
285 45R22 114H

Has been a good tire in the 2 years they've been on my yukon xl. Used in both mud and snow.

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Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: KennyLee] #8786736 01/23/23 11:58 PM
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I can’t wait for my tires to wear out on my Tundra so I can put some 15” steel wheels and real tires on it. The factory wheels are 20” and look like hell.


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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
I can’t wait for my tires to wear out on my Tundra so I can put some 15” steel wheels and real tires on it. The factory wheels are 20” and look like hell.


Won't fit over the brakes, and tire selection for 15s sucks. You'll probably have to go 17s, maybe 18s.

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Went with Toyo AT3’s. They now make them in a factory size (they didn’t until recently). Left the 22’s as I like them and they’re what came from the factory. That’s the only option for this model.

Been driving 3/4 ton trucks and a Jeep for many years. Even with 22’s my ride comfort has improved dramatically. It’s hard getting old!

New tires do make it look a little less like a soccer mom!

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Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: Shotgun Willie] #8787675 01/25/23 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Shotgun Willie
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I can’t wait for my tires to wear out on my Tundra so I can put some 15” steel wheels and real tires on it. The factory wheels are 20” and look like hell.


Won't fit over the brakes, and tire selection for 15s sucks. You'll probably have to go 17s, maybe 18s.

+1, some people on the Tundra forum have tried 17s and they worked but to be safe go with 18s. Bigger brakes are part of the reason manufacturers have gone to larger wheels. I wanted 18s on mine but it came down to a choice of tires or rims. With 20s I got KO2s with 18s I would have gotten street tires. With the 18s my first stop would have been Discount Tire. I have tried to get the dealer to swap tires but they never give you anything for the OEMs.


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Re: Tires for 22 inch wheels/Yukon [Re: Stump_jumper] #8787998 01/25/23 10:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Stump_jumper
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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
I can’t wait for my tires to wear out on my Tundra so I can put some 15” steel wheels and real tires on it. The factory wheels are 20” and look like hell.


Won't fit over the brakes, and tire selection for 15s sucks. You'll probably have to go 17s, maybe 18s.

+1, some people on the Tundra forum have tried 17s and they worked but to be safe go with 18s. Bigger brakes are part of the reason manufacturers have gone to larger wheels. I wanted 18s on mine but it came down to a choice of tires or rims. With 20s I got KO2s with 18s I would have gotten street tires. With the 18s my first stop would have been Discount Tire. I have tried to get the dealer to swap tires but they never give you anything for the OEMs.



Might try local tire shops. The one I use lets me sell my OEM tires through them and we split it.

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