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post #1 of 5 Old 02-04-2011, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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toyo mt or general grabber at2?

I love my nitto terras but the deals i can get now are on these two.

I can get toyos in 33x12.5 16 for about 856 out the door or I can get some 305/70 16 grabbers for 810 out the door.

I need some help/advice on this decsion.

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Grabbers all the way!! mt's are too noise, wear uneven and wear out too fast. i just bought some at2's a couple of months ago. i freakin love these tires! they are so much quieter and smoother on the road than my cooper st's that were on it before. plus they are a great price.

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Grabbers all the way!! mt's are too noise, wear uneven and wear out too fast. i just bought some at2's a couple of months ago. i freakin love these tires! they are so much quieter and smoother on the road than my cooper st's that were on it before. plus they are a great price.
I'm gonna have to go the other way on this one. I LOVE my toyos. They ride great and the wear has been excellent. I have about 40k on mine right now and I will easily be able to get about 50k out of them. Compared to some of the other mud tires, they are quiet. I can listen to my radio at a normal level while cruising down the interstate. When these wear out, I'm putting another set of Toyos on it with no second thoughts.

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The AT2 is also an All-Terrain vs a Toyo Mud-Terrain so the noise levels will be different and the AT2s may ride better due to the fact that the tread is more "road friendly"

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well most of my driving will be asphalt but im on the fire department and may respond to something in a field.

the other thing is i have the ccsb with the 4 inch lift and want something that looks appropriate for the size of my truck.
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