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Nissan Pathfinder, Tires, SUV
#1 of 40 WHEEL INTERCHANGABILITY
Oct 20, 2007 (9:06 pm)
SAeveral other makes use the 6 stud, 5.5 inch space wheels. Chev Silverado and Toyota 4x4, for example.
I have a 1993 Pathfinder and would like to use some 16" Toyota or Chev wheels. Will they fit?
Will a 255 75 (or 70) 16 tire fit ok?
#3 of 40 2003 Pathfinder tires
Nov 26, 2006 (12:22 pm)
Second time repalacing the 255/65 16 tires. Had the Toyo OEM tires first. Great tire, poor tread wear (26K). Bought Michelin Cross Terrain's, again , great tire, poor tread wear (30K), and pricey $165. Now looking at the Bridgestone Dueler Revo's. Problem is they are not available in the OEM 255/65 16 size. Considering 245/70 16, close in size, or going up a size 255/70 16. Let me know if anyone else has changed sizes or using LT tires. Any fender rubbing issues? Thanks for your input.
#4 of 40 2006 Pathfinder Tires - Cupping
Jan 22, 2007 (12:28 pm)
Recently bought a used 2006 Pathfinder SE with 18K miles and BFG 265/70 R16s. Two front tires are starting to show signs of cupping. The local tire shop says due to not rotating tires and that Pathfinders tend to develop this problem. Says Armadas are even worse.
Anyone else having this problem? Had the tires rotated and balanced but that won't fix this problem. What would be the next step -- alignment? check the suspension?
#5 of 40 Re: 2003 Pathfinder tires [03blackpath]
Jan 25, 2007 (6:18 pm)
I have no personal experience with the Revo's, but they have a very good reputation. For sizing comparisons, look here - http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html
Bridgestone Alenza's are available in your OEM size. Cheaper than Michelin C/T's (which I just bought) and they have a very favorable Tire Rack rating. Whether they're right for you depends upon how you will use them.
#6 of 40 05 Pahfinder tire wear issue
Jan 31, 2007 (12:28 pm)
2 months into my 2nd set of tires on the Pathfinder (Pirelli scorpion ATR)....and I am getting some abnormal tread wear on the front tires only. It is a "feathering" of the tread from front to rear. Only thing i can find online about this kind of wear speaks of trailer tires for big rigs. Anyone seen this? Is it a known issue with the new pathfinders? Any reason to worry?
I had the same issue with the stock Radial long Trails, but they needed replacement anyway after 35k. Tires are rotated and balanced every 5k.
#8 of 40 tire size for a 07 PF
Apr 30, 2007 (6:41 pm)
i've recently purchased my 07 PF, SE and am not satisfied with the small 16" wheel/tires. I'd like to go up to 18" but wasnt sure how well the vehicle would handle this size. I know the LE's come with 17" and TireRack.com offers up to a 20" for this model. I'd also be curious to know if there is a certain brand of tire that would improve the ride. I figured I'd use my 16" in the winter since they appear to have a pretty good tread so these would be more for clear weather road conditions.
#9 of 40 Does anyone know the price?
Nov 29, 2007 (1:43 pm)
I just realized that someone stole my spare tire. Does anyone have an idea how much this is going to cost me? I have a 2005 vehicle and will need to buy an original spare tire.
#10 of 40 Looking for tire help
Mar 05, 2008 (5:42 pm)
My '01 LE needs tires and I would appreciate any & all recommendations.
I commute on two-lane paved roads that have many turns, average speed 45mph. Because of the turns, I have never achieved more than 45K for each set of tires, 200K miles total for the vehicle, I travel via freeway to mountain spots during the summer & get into some bumpy, light rock terrain but no serious 4-wheelin'.
After researching Tire Rack, I have narowed the choices down to these:
- Avon Ranger TSE
- Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza
- Continental Cross-Contact LX
- Michelin LTX-MS
- Yokohama Geolander HT-S G051
I had the Michelins once before and got only 45K out of them. I'm a bit reluctant on the Bridgestones because another Bridgestone model came with the vehicle & weren't very good.