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post #1 of 9 Old 10-31-2011, 08:25 PM Thread Starter
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Toyo open country 33x11.50x22& Dick Cepeks

Just put these on the rig today. I want to say thanks for all the feedback on the Toyo Open Country MT's. I needed a quiet, high mileage tire so i went with the AT series. I like the look. Its not as rugged looking as the MT but practical.... thanks fellas

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I went the same route as you, except on 20's. Happy with the look.

I come from BFG A/T's being the "aggressive" look, so the M/T's just looked a bit much.

That said, I may be swayed to put stock sized MT's on my stock rims for the winter...... just need to convince the wife.

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Nice looking rig you have there.

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yeh going to a nice A/T is much more practical.

Looks nice too, even with the big wheels.

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I've had the AT's for a while. Been very happy with them in looks as well as performance. Nice and quiet as well. You'll be plenty happy with them I think.

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I had 35 inch toyo AT's on my 05 silverado, they are great tires! May invest in those again when I am out of my warranty

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I have decided to change up... I think I'm getting rid of the 33" tires and going with 35" rubber and chrome wheels

Only have 4000miles on the old combo


Gotta see how the wife reacts to this... think she's gonna go Nucleur

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Any lift or just a leveling kit?

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After reading guys getting 13city and 17hwy I decided to stick with the 33" Toyo Open CountryAT and just get chrome wheels

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