Originally Posted by Carl n Susan
Did you mean to say 17.5" tires? That is the usual replacement rim for a Montana. It seems 19.5" would have issues with the top of the wheel well.
It is actually a 19.5 wheel. Their CRUISER 67 WHEEL/TIRE CONVERSION - CONVERT 235/(80 OR 85)R16 TO 225 OR 245/70R19.5. The diameter is the same as 235 80R16's that I had on my Montana. The side wall is shorter - plus it gives the tire better stability when turning. The have either Continentals or Michelins. I have the Michelin 225/70R19.5 Pilot XZE. The outer diameter 32.2". There was maybe a 1/4" difference. The 19.5's fit perfect.
This isn't an ad...I am a real user that on our last trip had to replace all 4 tires.
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