Re: looking for ag tires 20x8.0-8
I prefer skinnier tires,they do better in mud and snow--wide ones float too easy and actually reduce traction in deep snow in my experience..
On my plow truck I had some bony 8.75 x 16.5" tires and I plowed circles around my friends Ford F-250 with big wide "monster mudders" ,he'd slide sideways and spin out,and I'd put right on by like I was on dry tar..I had to pull his truck out a few times ,it would climb up on top of the snow ,then sink in and get high centered..
I find on tractors once a skinny AG tire digs in deep enough to bury the sidewall, is when it really starts gripping,a wide tire wont let it dig in,it'll tend to just spin on top of the mud or snow....
I have two brand new 22x11x10" ATV tires that belong on a Kawasaki Mule--,Dunlop KT869's,that MIGHT work well on my Suburbans,but the more I look at them,the more I think they will not,they'll be too wide and I'd be better off sticking with chains on the stock turf tires that are 22x7.50x12's..I dont think its worth the hassle of buying wheel adapters to make them bolt on,or 10" trailer rims with 5 lugs that wont have a big enough center hole or be really wide enough..I may just sell them..