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Old 11-26-2012, 09:31 AM
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TIRES TIRES TIRES

well after burning through a set of BFG's A?T ko's in just over a year, i can say im pretty much done with those and Americas Tire... i will go back to Les Schwab.......so i saw that Toyo has a new design for the All Terrains.. they are called A/T II's anyone got any real world experience....those freakin BFG's where $525 a corner so im not real happy about it..
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New toyo open country AT 2???

Im seriously considering them for my next set also
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I'm waiting to buy the toyo A/T II's as I type this. My tires are bald and there is a national back order on them right now. last i checked they said 30-45 days. Should be available in about two weeks I hope!
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well after burning through a set of BFG's A?T ko's in just over a year, i can say im pretty much done with those and Americas Tire... i will go back to Les Schwab.......so i saw that Toyo has a new design for the All Terrains.. they are called A/T II's anyone got any real world experience....those freakin BFG's where $525 a corner so im not real happy about it..
there is a thread out there on it. after reading i see it has been posted

i bought a set 285/75-16 for 828 and put hem on maybe a 200 miles ago. so far they have been great but as you can tell i have no miles on them. they do go through deer pretty well. i hit a small fawn at ~15 mph with the tire and other than blood on the tire and axle nothing seems wrong
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Toyo M/T. I have 35k-ish on mine and they still look brand new. Great tire. I will be buying the same again.


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Toyo M/T. I have 35k-ish on mine and they still look brand new. Great tire. I will be buying the same again.


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i have had several sets of the M/t 's but....i dont want to go back to the noise and the a/t's provide better wet traction...
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And we all know ORYGON is known for the rain

My TOYO M/T have about 35k miles on them too... they are almost bald

That might or might not be affected by my driving
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I am interested to see what people get for mileage out of them. I love my hankook dynapro atm's, but i am not opposed to another tire if the mileage is good.
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If the new toyo at2 can get the same or better mileage of there mt that would be my choice


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How often where the at's rotated and was the correct pressure kept in the tires?

I'm rotating my mt's every 2500 miles.
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