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post #1 of 12 Old 03-26-2010, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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what tires to buy

i just ordered the 20X9 moto metal 959 in matte balck but im undecide which tire i should go with i want a 35 inch what do you guys recommend pictures would be great thanks
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black ones... preferably round, and made of rubber.

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black ones... preferably round, and made of rubber.
That's problem of my rough ride, I got the square ones.

Seriously though, it would help to know how you'll be using your truck. (on-road only, mix of on/off-road)


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the toyo's are always a favorite of people, as are the pro-comp at/s and extreme at's. I have the BFG MT KM2's and I love them. I have them in 37's though, and will be replacing them with 38's when these wear out.

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I guess I should have been more specific I do some off road but mostly on road and towing I want a good at tire that will look more aggressive than stock but not to aggressive where it will make too much noise on the road
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I have the Toyo Open Country A/T. Home | Toyo Tires - They have been great. Quiet and I use them for towing my 5th Wheel. My next rotation they'll hit 35,000 and I'll probably get 45,000 out of 'em.


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I just ordered Toyo Open country M/T. Everyone loves them so I figured I would try them.

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Best tire I've ever owned by far is the Hancook Dynapro MT. Much happier with these than Toyo's or BFG's and my old Nito's.. Awesome wear, little noise, unsurpassed traction in all conditions. Read the reviews, you won't be disappointed. I'm runnin 35x12.5x18's. Hankook Dynapro MT RT03 Mud Tire Reviews
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Just put a set of the 35X12.5X20 NITTO TRAIL GRABBERS and could'nt be happier.

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