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Old 10-11-2013, 07:12 PM
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6" Skyjacker and 37x13.5x17 Toyo M/T's

Hey Yall, this is the combination I think ill go with on my '01 F350 powerstroke once I get the money together. I've done a good amount of research and have found just about everyone loves the Open country tires but wanted to know what yall thought, is this a good combination? Any suggestions or pictures would help, thanks
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Old 10-11-2013, 08:17 PM
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There a great tire... I ran them for 400k or so... But there $420 bucks a piece now...

BS... So now I run mil take off's...

Fairly new set of Toyo MT's...



With the Goodyears... Dont have any really good poser shots with them... LOL Just dont give a crap anymore...

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Different angle... And Chelseas Excursion on 37" Toyo's... And Nicks pickup on 37" something...
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Old 10-11-2013, 08:24 PM
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No good pics of them, but I run the AT II's on my truck. Here's a video of me going through a mud pit in 2wd. They are pretty good at self cleaning.

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Almost put the AT 2's on the Excursion this time, but they dont offer a 37" yet...
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Toyo's are great tires...just make sure you rotate them on schedule and they will last a good while.
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I just got the same tires for $323 each from treaddepot.com. I also have a 6" lift.




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Old 10-16-2013, 01:30 PM
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I just got the same tires for $323 each from treaddepot.com. I also have a 6" lift.



Just throwing this out there...

What did you pay to get them mounted and balanced? Is that price shipped?

Thats a smoking good deal, but if that is not shipped you need to add about $100 for shipping the 4 of them. Plus mount and balance which is $18-$30 a piece depending on where you go...
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No, that was before shipping which was $60 and I paid $85 for mount and balance. I thought about mounting them myself but I knew I'd jack the wheel up.
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