OEM tire is 275/50/22. The OEM size you mentioned was in their is 265. That is not the OEM size we have on our cars. So, I am guessing you may have made a typo error here. If not, then their number from their computer is definitely wrong.I have OEM 22's,with the factory Bridgestones needing to be replaced at 59k miles. Based on what I read here I ordered 285/45/22 Michelin LTX's from Sam's Club. When I went to have them installed this morning Sam's Club wouldn't do it, they refused because they are not the OEM spec tire in their computer (265/50/22). I'm hoping my local tire shop can get them on before the end of the day today. Michelin LTX Premier's were $265/tire. $1200 with tax.
Have run the Michelin's for a month and they have transformed the ride versus the OEM Bridgestones. No degredation at all due to slight change in size. I ran 305's on a Toyota Tundra with OEM BBS wheels and always thought the 305's were too wide and too low profile. They grabbed every rut in the road. These Michelins work very well in wet weather and although we won't see snow in South Florida they are rate well for that if we need to venture North during the winter months.OEM tire is 275/50/22. The OEM size you mentioned was in their is 265. That is not the OEM size we have on our cars. So, I am guessing you may have made a typo error here. If not, then their number from their computer is definitely wrong.
Discount tire recommends 2 alternative sizes to the OEM size. The 2 alternatives from discount tire are:
But you bought 285/45/22. I don't know, maybe even a company like discount tire may refuse to sell put those tires on your car. For the simple reason that it does not show in their computer as an alternative size. Or do you have any literature that shows that size could be used? Because if not, it means anybody can just choose any size to put on their car, just because it has close numbers to OEM.
Most people I see are buying the 305/50/22 as it has more variety and cheaper prices. I think that would be a good size to buy, though our stock rims which are only 8 inch wide are not normally recommended for such tire size.
But when I get ready to get new tires, I think I will buy 305/45/22, as some people have done on here.
2016 QX80 base. This one comes with stock aftermarket wheels. These wheels are getting common on the QX from the dealerships.
This one is 22 by 9.5 with a +16mm offset
Tires are 305/45/22
Just thought I should share that. I asked at the dealership and they could not tell me the details about the specs of the wheels, so I asked for one and looked in the inside of the rim and got this info.
Took some pics to share.
It kinda was. Telling people that the wheels that they bought on their vehicle are not OEM, just because Infiniti didn't manufacture them is a little misleading.my post should not be confusing.
the answer is yes.
Discount tire via ebay has the Bridgestone for $986 shipped. Not a stellar deal, but you should be able to find a tire shop to install for $25 or less a tire.Looking for opinions as well for our 15 80 with 22" tires.
Stock replacement Bridgestone Duelers 275/50/22 are almost $1300 m/b out the door.
Toyo Open Country HT 285/45/22 are just under $950. Tire shop says this tire will fit and I've run Toyo tires on my pickup for a number of years with great success.
Any of you guys run the Toyo tires on yours?
Thanks for the pics. I'm really liking those tires.305/45/22 is working for me on stock 22x8 rims.
My tires are Atturo Trail Blade X/T.