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Old 09-21-2012, 08:40 AM
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I am looking to get a set of tires for the truck soon. I was wondering what guys are actually getting mileage wise with the Toyo Open County MT's. I have gotten about 40,000 miles on my stock tires. I am sure they would have lasted me a little longer if I had not installed the Spartan tuner last year! I like the look of the MT tires but I just want to make sure they will last me like the stockers did.
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They won't!
They wear quickly I'm gonna switch to something else next time. I love them but can't afford them to wear so quickly lol
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I have heard 40-60k miles. Mine look like new but I only have 100 miles on them. I bought a matching spare so I figure using it in the rotation should buy me a extra 10-15k miles.
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I sold my last set of 35x12.50x20 at 25k and they were just over half tread at 12-13/32. So far I got 12k on my new toyo's and rotated the yesterday and the are at 18/32 and have 21/32 new. Some of the best tires to run and get mileage out of.
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I have heard of guys locally getting 60-80k. I don't know if I believe It but I guess not towing or hauling saves some wear and tear. Open countries are coming in the next week or two for me


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Heres mine with 25k on them [ATTACH] not doin to bad

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Old 09-30-2012, 04:33 PM
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have 20K on mine and they look barely run. I rotate every other oil change. i think it has a lot to do with how your driving habits and on/off road use, city use, highway use, quality of road, etc.

All i know is my taaarrrrs love ashfalt! haha.
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Get them balanced, ensure your front end alignment is good, maintain the air pressure in them, and rotate no less than every 5k miles and you'll get 50k out of them easy. My last set of 37/13.50/22's had almost 55k on them and another 5-10k miles to go. I sold the set for $350. I was so impressed that I invested in another set.
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I put a set of 35x12.5R18's on my truck about 700 miles ago. They are coming off tomorrow. They ride ruff, too noisy, and dropped my mileage from 19.5 to 13. I'm looking to go with some bfg at's or maybe some nittos.


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My hankooks lasted a long time, I bought the truck from my uncle with them already on there he said he had them on there 50,000 miles he didn't run a tuner or tow with it so he wasn't burning any rubber. Anyways, that truck was stolen so I did t hrt to find out how much more I could squeeze out of them.
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