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Old 01-20-2011, 12:37 PM
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Aggressive Long Lasting Mud Tires?????

Alright i dont want to sound cheap or anything but i am, haaa. Im looking for an aggressive looking tire, but i want the most bang for my buck. The truck is getting a 4" ProComp and 20x10's, and im looking for some hard 35's that will last me a while.

So im looking for advice on which tire will get me the most mileage and aggressive look.

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Old 01-20-2011, 12:48 PM
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toyo mts should last around 50k
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:14 PM
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toyos are good... aggressive long lasting mud tire hmm..
aggresive in my mind are boggers and they dont last to long on the street.
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BFG mud terrians, Goodyear Duratracks, Falken Rocky Mountain A/t (not very aggresive but for the price I couldn't turn them down on the wife's truck)
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:23 PM
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The truck spends most of its time on the road, so no swampers. But i do have a really heavy foot and the need for speed.
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ive had my toyo open country mts for over 45,000 miles. been across country several times up and down the east coast several more times. they've been great! i am still rolling on them and will soon be upgrading to 37x13.50/20 toyos soon
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mudrunninpig has BFG's not sure of the model but he got over 100,000 on them.
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I have Dick Cepek Mud Country 35x12.5x20's. They have about 10k miles on them and they are wearing really well. Plus they are an E load rating, they were a little over $300.00 each and they are very quiet considering there a mud tire. I had Procomps and they were junk! I had BFG's on my 96' f-350 psd and my 03' f-250 5.4 liter. They were incredible on my 03' in all catagorys, but on my 96' they wore down faster. Weight of the diesel I guess.
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Sorry to hijack but for those of your running toyo mt's what pressure are you running them at? Im getting a set of 20x10s and 35x12.50 mt's tomorrow and want to make sure i get the most life out of them possible.
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Sorry to hijack but for those of your running toyo mt's what pressure are you running them at? Im getting a set of 20x10s and 35x12.50 mt's tomorrow and want to make sure i get the most life out of them possible.
55-60 psi..................
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