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post #1 of 17 Old 10-03-2012, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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Toyo Open Country at 2

Anyone running these? Looking at getting a set and would like to see if anyone has any suggestions
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I need some new tires soon and these might be it. However, I am currently runnin 325/65/18 and I dont see that size on their web site. Am I missing something?
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I need some new tires soon and these might be it. However, I am currently runnin 325/65/18 and I dont see that size on their web site. Am I missing something?
They make the 35x12.50x18 if that works for you
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However, that size isn't a true 35in like the AT1 is. See the thread mentioned above, I bring this up.

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They make the 35x12.50x18 if that works for you
So would this be the same size as a 325/65/18?
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It's actually smaller then the original. Closer to 34in where the original was closer to 35in.

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I bought mine at the end of Aug. Didn't know about them until I called Tread Depot looking and they told me. I called a friend of mine that owns a tire shop and he ordered mine, 35x12.5x20.. So far I am happy with them, smooth ride, low noise, good price, a few guys at rig location wanting them now.As with anything, a couple months down road will tell.. fyi I travel alot of Interstate to work and back, 750 miles round trip made 4 trips so far.
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Well they are on national back order in 35x12.5x20 but i found them online and got them on the truck and love them. They look nice a aggressive. They ride smooth and are quiet. Will report after i put some miles on them.
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I had them in 325/60/20, just a tad bigger than 35". Couldn't wait to get them off. Traction was terrible in winter. The size could have been a factor. Just ok in the summer. For the expense of these tires I would expect more. I've had GY silent Armor Pro grade that would put the Toyos to shame. Currently have GY duratraks for winter and Toyo mt for summer. I exchanged the ATs for MTs for better wear believe it or not.


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