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post #1 of 10 Old 09-06-2010, 06:24 PM Thread Starter
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time for new tires

alright its time, ive finally worn the 35 toyos down, its time for hunting season, ive got a f350 swr, 4x4 long bed, ex cab.. 6.4 sparten 275, enough about the truck.. has factory 20's ive done very well with the 35 toyo's what do yall suggest next? the toyos the wrangler duratracs, just ordered 3.5 inch ready lift. so, i can go bigger but i do need something that will see the mud a good bit. let me know what yall think!

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The nitto trail grapplers are pretty sweet, but you cant go wrong with Toyos or BFG KM2s

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How do they both wear, i had toruble once the toyo mt's wore balancing them..
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I love my KM2's just bought a new set friday. my old set had 107k on them

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From my experience they both wear very well and both lasted me about 50k. I prolly could have gotten more miles out of them but i usually "forget" to rotate them.. lol

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Hey whats up Drew! im runni 37" nitto mud grapplers. great in mud!! road... they are loud(i love it), and will probly wear faster than the toyos but its a narllier tire. i love them!! just my $.02


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I love my KM2's just bought a new set friday. my old set had 107k on them
Holy Crap! Do you ever tow anything?


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Toyo or BFG. Do not run nitto.. They are soft, wear uneven and do not handle well when towing.
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Toyo or BFG. Do not run nitto.. They are soft, wear uneven and do not handle well when towing.
Aren't toya & nitto the same company?

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try cooper discoverer stt, I have had those, toyos and nittos, I hated the nittos, first I towed w/ them they got taken back......ugh long story.....but the toyos and coopers are pretty much even stevens, I like coopers side wall design better, looks a bit more aggressive.....just my 2c.

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