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Old 05-24-2010, 04:32 PM
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Question about some Toyo's

I see a lot of people running Toyo Open Country M/T on this site but I was wondering how long they last with the majority of driving being on pavement. I do go off road a lot with helping to transpo things to ranges and what not but the majority of my driving is on road and when I get back from Afghan I wanna invest in those tires with some sporty off road rims if those tires will last.
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I here good things about them, But I have not got a set yet. A friend has them
And he loves em. They are not that loud on the pavement either.
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Thats what I have on mine. I love them!
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Great Tires!

I'd suggest the Obvious, Proper Inflation and Rotate Routinely.

Wear like Iron!
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I got about 50k out of mine.
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They aren't loud at all for a beefy M/T. I have about 25K miles on mine so far and still plenty of tread left...sure I'll see 40K or so out of them.
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Sweetness. Those are the kind of numbers I was hoping to see. Ty!
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toyo mt tire pressure
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I love mine, like said above road noise is minimal for such an aggressive tread. I havent noticed any tread loss but I only have like 500 miles on mine.
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have mine on for around 20k probably half way mark. keep mine around 60ish psi
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