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Old 09-15-2009, 07:19 PM
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Best towing mud terrain tires?

Hey guys got a question for yall any truck owner not just 6.4 can answer this. I tow ALOT and I tow heavy loads (see sig). I am wanting to get some mud terrain tires right before winter gets here. Im sick of getting stuck in my pastures while putting out hay and checking animals. I am either going with 35 or 37 but want to know what the best E rated tire is. I know alot of you guys tow and also do a bit of off roading aswell. My truck has a 2.5 leveling kit up front and a 2'' lift in the back. I do alot of cross country trips aswell and dont want to have to worry about high speed blow outs while towing. So if yall could please let me know about positive and negative experiences with your tires in the mud towing area I would sure appreciate it. And pics are always a plus

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Ive had good luck with BFG mud terrains. I just put some Pro Comp Xtreme mud terrains on my truck but its too soon to tell how they are going to last and what not.
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The new Dunlop Rover MT Maxx Traction and Goodyear Wrangler Dura Trac might be some tires to consider. They are both 10 ply and had some good reviews. I was looking at those two in a 325/60/20. That might be a size to consider also its just a little bigger than most 35" tires. Also I have had good luck and usually run BFG All Terrains but I am just not willing to pay the extra money for the BFG's again when these tires look just as good and have good reviews as well.

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my toyo m/t has been good they are load E and have done really well
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I tow very regularly, at about 6000-7000 loaded, which isn't much weight but I tow it just about every weekend at least 250 miles. My Toyo MT 37x13.50x22's have held up great! Not sure on the specs as to how much weight you can put on them. I'd assume it would also come down to your rim choice as to what kind of weight you can throw on there.
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Ive had good luck with BFG mud terrains. I just put some Pro Comp Xtreme mud terrains on my truck but its too soon to tell how they are going to last and what not.
That would be my top choice as of now! Do they make the regular mud terrain tires in 37x12.50x20
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That would be my top choice as of now! Do they make the regular mud terrain tires in 37x12.50x20
The KM1's?
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Toyo MT and Kumho KL71

I have had both, towed with both, they both have been great.
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Not Gunna Lie, your Going to want these, No Doubt.
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