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post #1 of 26 Old 10-09-2009, 07:20 AM Thread Starter
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Toyo Open Country MTs

I have about 21k miles on my tires so far & will prob be able to get another ~4k before I will need a new set. How are everyone elses Toyos holding up? Sux I cant get more than 25k miles on a set.........
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Are these tires rated at any kinda of mileage?

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i seen people get 45,000 miles out of the MT's an even more out of all the AT's
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21k? That's really, really low. I had 55k on my MT's when I bought another set and mine had another 10k miles on them easy.

A friend had 40k on his MT's and decided to buy another set because his had a little rot on 'em. And they had a helluva lot more tread left than mine.

Are you doing a lot of burnouts or something?

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Also he may not be rotating them.

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I rotate & balance my tires religiously......I drive my truck harder than most......still thought I would see more miles than this though, I could get b/t 50-60 w/ my bfg's on my others trucks......
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Do you carry lots of weight on them? Gravel roads a lot?

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truck weighs over 9k...........& i am off the beaten path quite a bit
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Maybe you was just to hard on em lol

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A buddy of mine put the MT's on his 350 and he's not happy about the tread life either. He also hauls a loaded gooseneck about half the time he drives it and lives on a short stretch of gravel road.

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