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post #1 of 5 Old 03-18-2012, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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I need new tires, I have 315/75/16 as of now. I want a tire thats gonna last for a long time as i do a lot of traveling. I also am very interested in a tire that looks good i am partial to mud tires at this point, but maybe its time for change. My uncle owns a Firestone so the prices on those are substatially less, i had the firestone destination mt on my dodge that were extremely quiet but not shure on the wear cause i sold the truck shortly after buying. Also what are my options on size I kinda want something a little taller and not too worried if its a little skinnier. so let it rip opinions, comments. etc

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what would be the next size up, and what is the general opinion on toyo MT's

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Toyo mt's are the best by far. I'm on my 2nd set. Last 40-60k, extremely quiet, great off-road, and have an awesome weight rating for towing.


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leaning towards toyo mt any other aggresive tires that last a long time dropping truck off tomorrow

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I'd look into the Nitto trail grappler too. I've heard a lot of good things about them lasting, and I know they are good on and off the road. I have several friends that have them, but none with more than 20000 miles on them...


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