Hecdog, DUBS is a periodical. I hate the magazine called DUBS and everything associated with it. 22" wheels are pushing it but OK on a full size SUV. On other vehicles, riduculous. Greater than 22", in other words 24" and larger wheels, are obnoxious and done mostly for self promotion. I don't see any mixed message, etc. DUBS isn't a definition of a specific wheel size. Its Dumb Urban BS. I picked my side long ago. If you are street only, 22" is pushing it, but will work. Greater is just getting crazy. If you do any towing or anything the SU stands for in SUV, 20" is pushing it.
I want a tire that is 33.2" in diameter, 12.2" tall. The toyo you were looking at is 1" too tall and wouldn't fit without a lift, which wasn't available when I upgraded.
Thanks for not saying stop hating. I've gotten that before and it was a preemptive strike. Now I can copy paste it so I don't have to retype it everytime some PC BS artist tells me to stop hatin'.
I spent $2200 on 20" rims and get as much "sweat" as the next guy. Don't really care. I got them for performance in off road and snow. Personally, I'd rather have the stock ones as they attract less law enforcement attention but as I said, I can't get a good all terrain tire to fit on the stock 18" rims.
However, help may be on the way for others. Bridgestone announced they will begin making the dueler revos in stock Mada/Titan sizes by next summer. As for me, now that I have 20" rims, more importantly, 9" wide rims, I will stick with 20s. Eventually, I'll probably have 35" with a lift.
In the meantime, keep your 28" rims, baggie pants, and sideways hats away from me.