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post #1 of 21 Old 01-25-2011, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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Pics of tires with factory 20s

Hello all, im in the market for new tires and I really like the Toyo Open Country M/T's but wanted to see a few pics of them and tires that are maybe a little less aggressive on the 08-10 factory 20's. Also how do you like your tires, what don't you like, I will mainly be doing highway driving (about 70 miles a day 5 days a week, so maybe a offroad tire is not a good idea, but I think they look real good) Thanks! pics soon would be great, I want to get my tires soon!
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I like my tires. They do hum a little but nothing I can't live with. I think they did cut about 2mpg off. Can't turn all the way either way but I don't find myself needing to very often. That might change this summer when I'm backing my boat in the water. Everyone who sees them does comment on how much better the truck looks. Even the WIFE thinks they look better. Ride is good. Good luck.


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I would probably get 35" tires, I do not have a leveling kit, but I suppose I could get one, I just prefer the look of the 35" tire with more room between the tire and fender. Also might get slightly better MPG. Nice truck BTW. Mine is almost identical, only a extended cab.
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Suthrn, man that is a good lookin truck!Did you buff or wet sand your truck to get that shine,mine is black too, but not that much shine.
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Here's a couple of shots of mine with the 2.5 inch lift and nitto terra grappler 35s... For what its worth, you will NOT get an increase in mileage...



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Suthrn, man that is a good lookin truck!Did you buff or wet sand your truck to get that shine,mine is black too, but not that much shine.
I do buff but it's been awhile since I've hit the truck with anything. No wet sanding. I think it had a lot to do with the light that day. Although when clean it does shine pretty good. I get anal with the claybar and wax and what not when I do wash. Thanks.

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Here's a couple of shots of mine with the 2.5 inch lift and nitto terra grappler 35s... For what its worth, you will NOT get an increase in mileage...


Are those the 325/60/20 Terra Grapplers?


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Yes sir they are.

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Here is 35" Toyo MT's on mine

Suthrn- Is yours lifted any or is it just a leveling kit in the front??


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i`m looking for a same set up 35`toyo mt and no lift,stock wheel, anyone have run them please front pics for see offset flares
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