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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-18-2019, 08:16 AM Thread Starter
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Added some to my wifes 2018 Equinox

LOVE how this looks! Did you have to do anything with the suspension or wheel wells?
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No suspension mods or anything, they are direct fit, details about wheels and tires I used here: https://www.equinoxforum.net/35-brak...tml#post278507
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Added some to my wifes 2018 Equinox

Now that looks sweet! 17" rims? What spec's on the tires?

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Added some to my wifes 2018 Equinox

Now that looks sweet!

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rbarrios, please clarify for the rest of us the relevance of that red vehicle in your post, it sure as **** ain't a chevy or gmc, I see a Honda centercap on a wheel in one picture, what gives?
The Traverse and Honda were decent on the regular tires. They got us around. We had to avoid bigger holes etc. Going up rocky trails- both vehicles had wheel slip.

But the Honda was the permanent vehicle. Rainy season and dry season. We HAD to upgrade the tires.
So if Goofy (the original poster), finds himself in a situation where he needs the tires with more aggressive tread.... then so be it....

Honda/GM/Toyota-- whatever it may be. If I lived out there- I definitely would change the tread on my Traverse/Equinox.

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Now that looks sweet! 17" rims? What spec's on the tires?
16" Wheels, 225/75R16 General Grabber AT/X tires
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Just a side note, if snow and ice is the primary concern, then take a serious look at dedicated snow tires for the winter months. Then go back to standard tires in the warmer months. One might find that a better alternative to putting on AT tires.
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I was just looking for an option like this today. The TOYO OPEN COUNTRY A/T II is available in the stock 18-inch size.
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BF Goodrich makes the All Terrain TA K02 in the stock 17 inch size for the Gen2’s. Note that there were two slightly different OEM 17 inch specs depending on whether the factory tires were Michelin or Firestone. The Goodrich K02’s have the winter “snowflake” rating. Just FYI...


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BF Goodrich makes the All Terrain TA K02 in the stock 17 inch size for the Gen2’s. Note that there were two slightly different OEM 17 inch specs depending on whether the factory tires were Michelin or Firestone. The Goodrich K02’s have the winter “snowflake” rating. Just FYI...


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But the KO2's are outrageously expensive, the general grabber ATX's on my wifes car were only $119 per tire mounted and balanced.
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