Hauls the mail.
- June 17, 2004
- Reaction score
- City, State
- Knoxville, TN
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- 98 Limited AWD
Those tires are almost the same diameter/circumference as the factory option 255/70-16 tires. The factory options are about 1/2" wider.
I had some odd shifting issues when I went from 235/75-15 to 255/70-16 tires on my '99 Mounty AWD. After I recalibrated for the larger tire size, it disappeared. I haven't read anyone else post about this problem so maybe it was just me?
Hi Dan, did you use the NGS device to recalibrate your 302 truck? The last I had read suggested that the V8 2nd gen's couldn't be corrected. I've figured it could be done, but hadn't looked hard for an answer.
Did you change the PCM to do that? I've had these 2nd gen's with both 15's and 16's, the 30" tires seem to be the most accurate for the speedometer. I'm planning to end up with 29" tires on both of my SUV's, so I might like to tweak the speedometer a hair to speed it up.