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Old 02-04-2008, 07:56 PM
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Toyo Open Country M/T

For those of you with the Toyo M/T's I have a few questions. How many miles are you getting out of a set of tire's? How's the ride? and how loud are they? I like the way they look and want to get some when my A/T's wear out but the M/T's are about $400 more a set than the A/T's but if they get the same mileage that the A/T's get then I'm all for the M/T's.
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Old 02-04-2008, 08:16 PM
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i have 30000 miles on my mt and they still have about half the thread. they arent as bad noise as i thought they would be but they still hum pretty good runnin down the highway. as for the ride i have 20" rim on 35" tires so the sidewalls are short and thick so the ride isnt as good as you get with 16" or 18" tires but i live with it for the looks of the tire and the offroad use that i get out of them. over all they are a very good tire
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Old 02-04-2008, 08:18 PM
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35's on 20's probably aren't cheap. I'm running 18's so hopefully the ride and price would be a little better.
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I've had mine for a little over 15k and I hardly notice the road noise compared to my last MT tires. Here are several picks that I just took for you, but I don't think they do justice since it's dark and they are pretty dirty.


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Old 02-04-2008, 08:24 PM
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Thanks for the replies guys.
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Id be willing to bet that the Toyo M/Ts are about the best M/T out there from what Ive heard. Expensive? Yeah, but they should be worth it.
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Old 02-05-2008, 07:53 PM
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no they arent cheap 470 bucks a piece but worth every penny i think
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no they arent cheap 470 bucks a piece but worth every penny i think
Wow that is steep, in OR you can get them for alittle over $300. I just put on my secound set about a month ago. The first set I had I got 43,000 miles out of them and I pull a trailer and my pu weighs 8200#.
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Wow that is steep, in OR you can get them for alittle over $300. I just put on my secound set about a month ago. The first set I had I got 43,000 miles out of them and I pull a trailer and my pu weighs 8200#.
Your running 16" wheels though. He's runnin 20's. The bigger the wheel the more the tire cost. I have 18's and if I had to do it again I would go 17's.
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yea i would go with 18" or 17" when i buy a new set
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