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post #1 of 33 Old 08-24-2012, 05:42 AM Thread Starter
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Best 35" E Rated tire??

Been doing some homework, looking in to buying some wheels/tires. I'd like to stay with a 16" or at most 17" wheel. The problem I'm having is with the tires, I can't seem to find a decent 35" E load rated tire for a 16"/17" wheel. I know there are a few out there, plus almost every Interco tire. But, I bring it here...what do you all know? What can you tell me? Who's had good/bad experiences with tires? I currently have 285/75/16 D range with a 65 psi max and they're stressed enough that I don't really want D load range again. Fire away...



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Toyo MT is available in a 35 E. I have a set using 17x9 rims on my OBS. Can't say much about them yet as I am still installing the lift.

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firestone destination AT , sounds iffy, but i had a set and got excellent mileage from them. not to hard, loud or aggressive.

toyo at also, hankook dynapro mt / at i believe..... as well as yokohama goelanders.

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Another vote for the Toyo MT.

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I tried the Nitto Trail Grapplers recently but for all the highway driving I do they had to much noise for my liking. So I sold them and went with the shops recommendation of the Mickey Thompson ATZs and so far I'm really liking them. It looks like they make them in a E rated 35 16 and 17 inch sizes. Mine are E rated 35x18.

Also heard good things about Dick Cepek FC II's but no experience with them.

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Toyo MT's and don't look back.
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How loud are the Toyo MTs on the highway?

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I have 35's on 18's toyo mt and there not too loud at all. I like mine. Look around before you buy. You can find them cheap online. I got mine for 285 a piece


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+1 for mickey ATZs. ive had terra grapplers, fc2, and toyos. I had my best luck with the mickeys.

but tires are like tunes, some people have better luck out of a tune while others cant stand it
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