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Tires- question 1

Setup is leveling kit- 4" block in the back and 2.5 on the front. I am running 37" Toyo MT's on 22's.

Looks like this (my second set) of tires is going to last about 30K miles. Thinking of going to AT's but the biggest they make is a 34.5.

QUESTION 1
Do ya'll think they'll look silly?

QUESTION 2
Does anyone make an 37" AT? (I do prefer Toyos though...)

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i know what your talking about and kinda in the same boat. I got rid of my rims and tires because i was tired of the aggressive tires not tracking straight and had my truck aligned 3 times with them on and everytime i put my factory tires on it drives straight as an arrow. The m/t's look awesome and i just feel like the a/t tires lack any good sidewall design to make them look more beafier than they really are. i like the look of mickey thompson ATZ's. i may give them a shot. post back with what you decide. might help me when i order new wheels in the spring!

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HA! you guys are supposed to tell ME what to decide! ...If I can find a pic of a truck with a leveling kit on it and 34.5x22 tires on it, and it doesn't look stupid, Im saving the 600 bucks (roughly) and going with the Toyo AT's. -Eventhough the MT's look bada$$.
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A 34.5 on on 22s will look like a low rider. Only way 22s look good is with a 37 plus tire. Just my opinion but I like to have some side wall.

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yeah, I kind of thought that... So is there such a thing as an 37" AT?
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22s look good with 35s IMO.

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37" all terrains are out there, I used them on my Hummer H1, but I've never seen them available for 22" rims. I had 37x12.50x17 Falken Wildpeaks.

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I just put the Toyo Extreme AT2's on mine. 35-12.50-20. They ride excellent and have a pretty aggressive look to the sidewall for an AT. I had the Fuel M/T's(toyo copy) and they just did not ride good at all.

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Falken has Wildpeak in 37x13.50x22
Interco also has the M16 which is supposed to be close to an all terrain and they also look good.

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