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275/65/18 = Ø32.075" x 10.8" wide x 7.037" sidewall height.
275/55/20 = Ø31.909" x 10.8" wide x 5.955" sidewall height.
Honestly they are so close you probably wouldn't notice a difference. The 20's obviously will have the shorter "more stable" sidewall, but the TRD package with the Bilstein's will have stiffer shocks, I'd be its pretty close to cancelling out when it comes to ride and stability. Most effective upgrade you could do to either truck would be to get a stiffer sidewall tire if you're really worried about what you're towing.
What are you towing?
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Last edited by riccnick; 02-15-2018 at 04:19 PM.
Reason: I got the sidewall heights backwards....