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Old 04-13-2011, 04:46 AM
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Toyo Open Country AT Reviews????

I'm looking at a couple different tires and have not found a lot of reviews on the Toyo Open Country AT.

What kind of mileage are people getting out of these? Likes? Dislikes?

Thanks!
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Old 04-13-2011, 06:27 AM
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Great tire IMO. I have a set on my truck, they look good, ride really smooth, very quiet when rolling down the road and the wear appears to be very good. I have over 25K on these tires and it appears that I will easily go past 50K as the tires still look relatively new.
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I know this isnt what you asked, but i dont know anything about the toyo tires.(sorry) but a lot of guys in my area swear by the kelly safari tires, i think they are had to beat for the price. i will be buying new tires this fall and i am still undecided so i will be watching
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Old 04-13-2011, 07:50 AM
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Thanks for the info guys!

Question, where are the Toyo and Kelly tires made? I seem to remember Toyo being made in Japan? What about Kelly?

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I think the Toyo OC ATs are great tires. I've run a set on the truck in my sig that pulls the toy in my sig. I've driven dry roads, wet roads, snowing roads, some firmer mud and some gravel roads. Theses have held up real well and have done a good job.

Next tire rotation will be @ the 40K mark - I may get 45K out of them. I'll definitely be putting another set on when the time comes.
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i am pretty sure kelly are american made, part of the reason i like them. i try to buy american made stuff if i can. we have a set of kellys on the wife's car and i love them i cant believe the snow it will go thrugh!
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Old 04-13-2011, 08:19 AM
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here is an interesting link on tire manufacturers and where they are owned and where they manufacture their tires.

Which Tires Are Made in America? | eHow.com
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Thanks again for the information guys!

I called Discount Tire yesterday and they said the Nitto Dura Grapplers AND Toyo OC AT are on National Backorder... Aparently they have been on backorder for a while now..

Any ideas?

I'm going to look at the Kellys also.. I just have not seen them in person yet.

I also try to buy American made products whenever possible!! Thanks for that tire link!
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Old 04-21-2011, 09:09 AM
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TIRES

I've ran those NITTO A/T's and they wore out pretty quick i thought. Im thinkin about going back to BFG ALL-TERRAINS. Last set I had lasted for 55k plus some 315/75R16. Im trying to decide what size of tire to get on my 04 F350. I dont have a lift or leveling kit but up grading to 18'' rims. Im leaning toward 305/65R18 or 305/70R18. Im kinda worried about rubbing if to big. Any thoughts any one?
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