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toyo open country A/T

I was looking a t getting these tires. Is anyone running them and how do they do in snow?. And how is road noise and wear.
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I worked up in Alaska this summer and a lot of the work pickups had the Toyo Open Countrys MT's on them. They do pretty good in mud. It would get pretty nasty muddy up on the hill and they seemed to do pretty good. I think they are good tires. Not sure about wear though.

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No snow in my area, but I love the tires. If I dont get the MTs next I will be getting the ATs again. I have about 20k on this set and probably have another 15k or so.

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Mine did good in the snow and rain, I didn't get more than 35,000 miles out of them. Yes I checked the air and rotated them. The set I bought last fall are Nitto terra grapplers they are just as good or better in the snow they are quiet, suposedly made by Toyo and the best, they are cheaper.

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Another vote for the terra grapplers, quiet and decent in snow.
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Noisy, lousy in the rain and fair in snow...look to a better tire..
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Noisy, lousy in the rain and fair in snow...look to a better tire..
So what do you sugest for a quiet all terrain tire? I live where I have to deal with quite a bit of rain and snow and I never had problems with either of these tires and I know alot of people around here that run the same tires and love them with the exception of not getting alot of miles out of them. Good tire for the price.

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I have m/t's on my Yukon. Other than wearing fast, I love them.
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