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Old 12-08-2012, 08:16 PM
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Shudder Toyo MT 35 12.50 Stock Wheels

Hey guys I just got Toyo MT 35/12.50R20s put on my stock wheels, To my stock suspension F250 2012 4x4.

I feel now what is a slight vibration / shudder when taking off from a dead stop.

I dont have a carrier bearing.

What could this be? Did not do this before new tires.

Any ideas?
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Old 12-08-2012, 08:20 PM
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They're just getting broke in, it should clear up after a while. Mine did.
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The tires have to break in? I have never heard of that before???!!!
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I am guessing it is just the MT tire. The knobs on the tire will vibrate more than stock. Until the tires get a bit worn, and the knobs round off a bit there will be some vibration until you get up to speed. I have noticed this same thing in the past with other trucks when I ran MT's.
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Old 12-10-2012, 05:33 AM
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The tires have to break in? I have never heard of that before???!!!
You've never heard of tires having a break in period? Not sure about other tires but the MTs (as Mr. Cloud pointed out) tend to have a very noticeable one. You should be fine.
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My 35 inch toyos do the same thing. No worries
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Are your getting better? I think mine already are...
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On another related note, what kind of miles are you guys getting out of these tires? I am about due for a set but do not need anything that wears out in 25k, I just drive too many miles. That would easily be a set a year.
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I've got 35k on mine and They look 50 percent worn. Rotate regularly (no less than every other oil change) and don't do burnouts. Will make them last a good while. Towing in tires naturally wears them faster in case u didn't already know. I've heard of guys getting 70k out of them. I plan on it.


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