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I have been shopping around for a set of new shoes for my '11 f350 and some salesman at a local tire shop told me that Toyo doesnt make a tire that can handle the load capabilities of the truck. said something like i would lose 600lbs per tire in maximum hauling. I see that there are plenty of you that have opted for the toyo tire and I'm not sure what the heck is going on. anybody else run into this?

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he lyin.. toyos are plenty strong..

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I would tell him "see ya" and go somewhere else. He's lyin'.

Nitto is a good tire too. I've had both.

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there really is no radial tire you can't run on these.. i'm about to buy a set of the cooper stt's

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there really is no radial tire you can't run on these.. i'm about to buy a set of the cooper stt's
I agree with the cooper tire. I have them on my Dodge and it's by far the best truck tire I've had. I can't remember the size tire I run but it's about 1" taller and 1" wider than stock and fits the factory rim. My 350 is due in about July 6th and the coopers will go on asap.
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toyo makes E load tires. This is the same that came in stock form. My 37's are E load 10 ply so this salesman doesn't know what he;s talking about

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