Join Date: Jan 2018
Location: Bonners Ferry, ID
The JD bolt pattern AND the diameter of the center hole equates to common trailer rims (keep your dust cover on). That said, I have 205R-75-15s on my 855D for summer work. The 865 showing up this week has me thinking about 10 inch width aluminum rims so I can go 225Rs on it. Since they make a lot of them, they are much cheaper than small batch stuff. There's a bunch of tire options either way. In general, you get away from the 20psi pressure knobbies to 30psi options which for running loads has more stability, quieter ride, longer lasting (harder rubber). There're tons of options out there. If you want to see what street solutions look like, I have a pic in my 855D turbo review. Going 28" is easy but you may need a 2" lift. Check your display tire size options. The 865 goes from 14-27 inches. If yours is the same, then know that 28 inch tires will give you inaccurate speedometer results.