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Old 07-20-2013, 01:12 PM
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Anybody run toyo at's on a DWR( 265/70/17) ? I am thinking about getting these for my truck,but wanted to see if any here has run them. Thanks
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Old 07-20-2013, 02:21 PM
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I haven't tan those buy I'm running the BFG all terrains and they are awesome. I use the crap out of them on and off-road daily. Tires have superb traction and I can tell they are gonna last me a good amount of time. I've had them on for just over a month now
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Old 07-29-2013, 04:08 PM
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I'm running the Toyo at's on my dually but they are stock size tires. 245's. I like them. They are great on the highway and good off road plus they are E rated tires.
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I haven't tan those buy I'm running the BFG all terrains and they are awesome. I use the crap out of them on and off-road daily. Tires have superb traction and I can tell they are gonna last me a good amount of time. I've had them on for just over a month now
Do you have a dually now?

I can't stand bfg at tires, they would loose traction on wet pavement
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Old 08-05-2013, 12:49 PM
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I'm running Toyo A/T LT325/50/R22 on my DRW. I got nothing bad to say about them, high quality tire, superb traction on and off the pavement(wet or dry), and they last a long time. Just do proper rotation at the right intervals and you'll get your money's worth. The only thing is you'll pay for these tires as there not the cheapest
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Running 35" Open Country on my dually, love them!
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I have run the AT's both ways, rotating and not rotating. With what it costs to have Las Scwab rotate tires on a dually it doesn't make sense to rotate. They last longer but our Schwab guy that does all our fleet tires did the math and said we are better off not rotating on the duallies.
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