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Cooper Discoverer STT 29 32.22%
Toyo Open Country M/T 46 51.11%
Other...post in thread 15 16.67%
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Old 09-19-2007, 07:06 PM
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Which mud tires to get??

Well im lookin at a number of different mud tires. The biggies that I am concerned with are ride and wear. I now have bfg m/t's but they have been trouble since square one, time to get rid of em finally. So far the two big contenders are the cooper discoverer stt's and the toyo open country m/t's. If any of you guys have any other suggestions let me know. I got a good price on the tires $1200 for the coopers and $1260 for the toyos. Price includes tax mounting and all. These are 35x12.50R18's. THANKS!!!

Here are the cooper discoverer stt's:


Here are the toyo open country m/t's:

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I cant really pick...those are all good choices. Also check out the Pro-Comp Extreme MT's. We do the buy 3 get one free next month on Pro-Comp. I believe the MT is included...not 100% sure. The cooper would be cheaper than the Toyo and just as good in my opinion. We have several trucks running around here with both.
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Old 09-19-2007, 07:18 PM
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between both of those i would get the Toyo but like pat said the extreem MT are pretty sick...
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Did you see the other thread on here by Green F350 and his new BFG Mud Terrain KM2's? They look pretty sweet too. tough choices when going to get new tires. Good luck.
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I cant really pick...those are all good choices. Also check out the Pro-Comp Extreme MT's. We do the buy 3 get one free next month on Pro-Comp. I believe the MT is included...not 100% sure. The cooper would be cheaper than the Toyo and just as good in my opinion. We have several trucks running around here with both.

Be sure and POST THAT PRO-COMP special next month Pat!

That Cooper tire looks really nice Smokin! Don't know anyone running them. Herd all good with Toyo Open Country. I see in a new thread posted BFG is got a new tread pattern out!
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Toyo all the way. Nitto all the way also.
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Old 09-19-2007, 07:38 PM
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Toyo all the way. Nitto all the way also.
Same Manufactor
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Old 09-19-2007, 07:42 PM
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Thats why I said both. Duh.
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the best is the Toyo but if you want to save some $$$ go with the STT's..
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I don't know if we're limited to the two tires you pictured to select from, but just got rid of a GMC 1500 Z-71 running 16X10 rims with 285-75-16 Buckshot Maxxis Mudders. I love these tires and put 65K miles on the set with regular rotation before I had to buy another set of the same. Granted this was a 1/2 Ton pickup VS 3/4 Ton and the tires were no where near the size you appear to be looking for, but may be worth a look.
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