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Old 10-28-2011, 02:02 PM
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anyone running toyo open country mt's

I ordered 22" toyo open country mt for my rig. Wanted to know if anyone has ran them. Looking for feedback on mileage, fit and noise.

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Old 10-28-2011, 03:17 PM
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My 35 1250 17 are quiet and the last set got 50k out of them but idk about 22's
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I have 37 13.50 x 17 and I dont really like them. I mean there good for off roading/muddin and such but not great in the rain lol. Which is does quite often here. Im going with BFG A/T ko next Hope you enjoy them though

ps. gonna get rid off these soon for cheap if anyone is interested PM me.
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I just realized I ordered the wrong dam tires. I wanted the AT series, not the MT. Oh well
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Yeah? Thats sucks see if you can change it. If your not going off road alot then I would just do an A/T. Mine came on the truck so in a few months when I get new ones these are good. Look at the BFG AT k/o, They're amazing tires! I have had 2 sets on my F150. Stick in everything
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I didn't get the 4wheel drive. This truck is strictly a daily driver and to haul my racebike. I like the look of the MT series but looks is 2nd to being practical.
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I've got 35x12.50 R20's right now... and let me tell you, they look awesome - but they're absolutely terrible in the rain. I hydroplane pretty much everywhere. I also don't think the tread wears evenly... They aren't too loud, but I wouldn't call them quiet either. A good medium. I've got a system, so my music will always be heard over tires roaring down the road.

I probably would, in all honesty, give them another go. They look beefcake, for sure. Mileage, I get about 12 in the city and 17 on the interstate. I've got a 6" lift and have Matt's SRL+ tune. Hope that helps.

I'm planning on getting 37's next, whenever I need to get new shoes!

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why dont you use the search function?
there are several threads on these exact tires...
So...
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why dont you use the search function?
there are several threads on these exact tires...
So...

Probably because I'm on a Android based phone and its not easy to search forums.
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