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Old 06-03-2010, 06:25 PM
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Wheel deal good price?

I have been talking to a guy about some fuel wheels either 20x9" black octanes or 20x10" black hostages same price and any offset i want. i was going to go with some kumho a/t's on the 10's mounted with oe tpms sensors installed with lugs/locks delivered for $1900 but he said he made a error the tires were 355/50/20 not 60's i said that will not work with a 6" lift i asked about some toyo m/t's 37/13.50/20 the same deal either wheel he said $2600 is that a good price? I just don't know about the m/t's as my DD allot of highway no dirt! he said the m/t's will probably outlast the a/t's if maintained correctly rotated every 5k air checked what's everyones opinion?
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Old 06-03-2010, 08:25 PM
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I've had really good luck with all my Toyo M/Ts. If you aren't doing burnouts and rotate you should see good wear. I've got 27K on mine with plenty of tread left...rotate every 5K miles. They are also very quiet for a M/T tire.
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I have hankook dynapro atm's. there cheaper than the toyo's and a load e tire. only have 1000 miles on them so i dont know how long they will last.
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I know from all the reading i did on the toyo's most love them i was also wondering that would the toyo make a milage difference compared to a a/t tire? that was one of the reasons of the a/t to get the best possible mileage but i do expect to lose some running 37's.
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Talked to the guy again today he said $3100 for 22" package with toyo's are these good prices?
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Old 06-10-2010, 09:37 PM
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I got 35" toyo mt's with 20's on my duramax. I got 60000 miles on them and still pushing strong about worn out though.
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