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Old 02-19-2011, 04:53 PM
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37" AT Tires who's running them

I am thinking of going to a 37" AT tire for a 20" wheel. And i am looking for some feed back on how you liked what you've ran and how long they have lasted. Thanks
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Old 02-20-2011, 08:17 AM
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I had 37'' inch AT's on a 20'' wheel didnt ride very good. I bought 18'' wheels and bought 37'' nitto grappler AT. Rides alot better. I was told I would get 30,000 miles but already drove about 14,000 tires still look new, just how your drive on them and keep them rotated
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Your truck is beautiful by the way.. love the matching headache rack! Ive always had mud tires or swampers, but i did run as set of 35 BFG A/Ts for about 10k and they road so nice and quite... the traction was great, exceptional on snow and icy roads as i ran them as my snow tires in Alaska for years
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Im running 37/12.50/20 BFG AT on my stock wheels i couldnt tell much of a difference from stock goodyears. Ive only been running the for about 5k miles now so as far as how long they will last i cant tell ya. Ive been through several sets of these tires in a smaller size and i think they are the best AT out there.
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IMO you can't beat the ATZ's for an all terrain tire. The tread depth on them is insane, and they wear very well.

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Your truck is beautiful by the way.. love the matching headache rack! Ive always had mud tires or swampers, but i did run as set of 35 BFG A/Ts for about 10k and they road so nice and quite... the traction was great, exceptional on snow and icy roads as i ran them as my snow tires in Alaska for years
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IMO you can't beat the ATZ's for an all terrain tire. The tread depth on them is insane, and they wear very well.

Do they make them in a 37x13.50x20?

anybody run the toyo open country AT?
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Old 02-22-2011, 04:13 PM
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The Mickey Thompson ATZ comes in a 35x13.50x20, 36x15.50x20, and a 38x15.50x20. The 38 on their website actually measures 37.6 mesaured on a 12" wheel. I have seen a set of the 36x15.50x20 on a truck and they look awesome! Hope this helps.
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Old 02-22-2011, 04:16 PM
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BTW your truck looks awesome as it is! I would love to have those wheels on my truck!
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Im running 37/12.50/20 BFG AT on my stock wheels i couldnt tell much of a difference from stock goodyears. Ive only been running the for about 5k miles now so as far as how long they will last i cant tell ya. Ive been through several sets of these tires in a smaller size and i think they are the best AT out there.
You wouldnt happen to have pics would you?
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well i just put a set of 325/60/20 goodyear dura tracs on. They are bigger then my 35x12.50x20 toyos i just took off. I like the ride and look of these, also they are way better in rain then the toyo's were. they should be a good snow tire as well. not a 37 but a 36x13x20 but i got some rubbing issues when full lock and hitting a bump or something. so i am going to do an icon tei spacer. I think if i had my old wheels with less of a neg off set i would of been fine, but a 20x10 with a -25 os puts the tire out there.

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