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Newbie to the site, did a lot of searching first, but still want some advice. I have the stock 18s on my 2006 SE 4WD and I need new tires. I would be curious if 325/60-18 Terra Grapplers would fit without rubbing? Truck is bone stock. I'm betting it would be close. Thanks in advance for the help.
 

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Muy Grande said:
Newbie to the site, did a lot of searching first, but still want some advice. I have the stock 18s on my 2006 SE 4WD and I need new tires. I would be curious if 325/60-18 Terra Grapplers would fit without rubbing? Truck is bone stock. I'm betting it would be close. Thanks in advance for the help.
those will be 35" and take a bit of HP to get turning, they are good if you are level or lifted... with the stock configuration, I'd recommend going to 315 or 305/60-18, 34" or 33"... that'll fill up the wheel wells and give you better power and gas mileage than the 35"s... I'm lifted, and got sick of turning 35"s, downsized to 33"'s... and boy! what a difference!
 

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I'm confused on the 35". The Nitto web site gives specs on the 325/60-18 as being 32.99 x 12.83. That would make them 33", right?? Found a racehorse deal on some this size, just wished I knew for sure they would work.
 

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I'm confused on the 35". The Nitto web site gives specs on the 325/60-18 as being 32.99 x 12.83. That would make them 33", right?? Found a racehorse deal on some this size, just wished I knew for sure they would work.
They should be slightly bigger than 33's (33.4 to be exact).
 

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They might be to big all the way around (i.e. they might rub the UCA and inner fender). Unless someone jumps in and says they are currently running that wheel/tire combo, successfully...I'd go smaller.
 

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sorry about that 35" thing, looking at wrong one (looked at the 325/65-18)... Some peeps here are running 33"s with just a level kit, the front wheel is the one you need to clear, rubbing issues will come in when you turn with the stock front rake (inside corners will catch the tires)... hence the importance of backspacing/offset, etc. w/ aftermarket rims...
 

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First time on. Just bought a 05 LE with 5420 miles on it. Never owned a Nissan but heard good things. Love it so far. Never had a truck with all the goodies before. What can I look forward to in reliability?
 

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In replacing tires on my 2004 Titan, will I have a problem with the air pressure sensor when I remove & replace the tires? Thanks for any advice.
 

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i just put 325 / 60 / 18 terra grapplers ( which is a 33" tire ) on my 04se KC with stock rims. with a leveling kit (2" front) and mini lift in rear (1") and removing the mudflaps- i had no problems with fitting them. i also performed the pinchweld mod ( which i didnt want to do ) just to play safe. no rubbing issues at all and look sweet.

i found the best prices on an ebay store:
level kit #180170429074 $90. shipped
rear lift #250179890695 $25. shipped
nittos #330187461774 $860. to your door step.

in the end if you can change tires youself, $975.00 all said and done
hope this helps.

i dont think you can get bfgs for less that $1300- if i wasnt on a budget of under 1k i would have bought the bfgs knowing i would get well over 45k miles. but i heard very good things about the nitto tire, and all is true, quiet/ smooth/ and so far beach driving is effortless- 10lbs down- no need to switch 4x4 on. ill see how they are soon the snow comes. im hoping to get +30k from them with conscienciously rotating and balancing.
 
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