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Hey Harley owners, I am about to order a f250 lariat and hear nothing but bad things about vibration with the 18" rims with continnental tires. Now that the lariat has 20" rims and goodyear wranglers as an option I was wondering how the 20" rims and tires work on your harleys.
I don't think so--if I'm correct, the AT/S is an off-road type whereas mine are more the touring I guess. They definately don't have any knobbyness--prolly why they are so smooth. Actually, you can sort of see the tread in the pics in my gallery--the third one especially.
I had the factory harley rims and tires on my 2005 Harley F-250 the goodyear at/s run quiet and smooth. The 20" factory option is nice. I currently have 22's with mud terrain tires, totally different ride.
www.wheelpros.com or www.tires.com which is discount tires, or just do a search for 8 lug rims, the lug pattern is 8x170mm, pay attention to the offset or backspacing, if its has positive offset you might need a lift or they'll rub. I didn't know they were coming out with a 2006 Harley davidson F-250.
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