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So it's been brought to my attention from a mate looking at buying a new Prado, however his concern & naturally mine too. So he wants to retain the factory wheels, but the new 19" design has an utterly stupid tyre size setup for ALL-TERRAIN rubber, not the half ar**ed factory Dunlop AT30's which are utter junk.


OE size now is 265/55/R19 (VX & Kakadu) same size, different design

Yet NONE of the good AT's come in that size. So for peace of mind & obviously put in advisory sizes 

Would there be any ill effect or negatives going for lets say 

255/55/R19 or 255/60/R19

*NOTE rim width is only 7.5"* (7.5J)


Seeing as that opens up ALOT more real AT's !

Falken Wildpeak AT3W, Yokohama Geolander G015, Continental CrossContact AX6, etc just to name a few reputables. 


Send through your ideas ladies & gents !


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