I'm still amazed how many of you don't seem to understand that just because a company makes a 20" "off road" tire with a little aggressive tread, it doesn't mean that you can actually take it off road. It's just fashion, people. Don't you see pictures of those rediculous 'off road' SUV's at the auto shows that you really can't drive anywhere? I see someone here besides me destroyed their stock 19's and Contis with some non-aggressive off roading. The reason is the same: You need MORE RUBBER between the edge of the wheel and the ground. There's simply no arguing that point. That's why a few of us here only off-road with the 18" wheels and the Nittos (or similar size), to give us about 1.5" more sidewall height. If there was a way to get 'normal' 16" wheels on this blasted vehicle, I'd pay dearly for them. If you put 20" 'dirt tires' on your rig, it's just Gucci. They will fail and you will pay for it.