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Old 09-11-2012, 08:17 AM
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Question 38/15.50/20

what tires are made in 38/15.5/20 beside Nitto Mud Grapplers?
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Old 09-11-2012, 09:48 AM
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Toyota m/t. There might be more...
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There are alot of different tires at that size. The ONLY one I will run is Toyo MT's.....
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Old 09-14-2012, 03:38 PM
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I Currently have the Toyo (40, not 38), and just (today) got my new Mickey Thompson ATZ 38x15.5x20 and the new Classic Big Rig wheel in 20x11. They are getting mounted and balanced as we speak. Oh so excited!
I'll let you know what I like better. I had a set of these before on my F150, and they are quiet! Way more so than the toyo's.
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I think that I am between the Mickey Thompson's and the Toyo's. I would like to see a picture of them when they get put on.


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IROKS but heavy truck will eat em right quick
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I absolutely LOVE these tires! They are smooth and quiet. I will never look back.
MT doesn't do a 40" any more, only a 38, so I am going to take the 2" block out f the rear, and adjust the coils up front about 1.5-2".
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Old 09-17-2012, 07:48 AM
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I got some new pics! The truck is being prepared for SEMA.
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Old 09-17-2012, 09:13 AM
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I was told by MT and Dick cepek that 38x15.5r20's were no longer being produced. I have DC's right now and they are by far the best tires I've ever run in that size,30k miles and plenty of tread left.
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They are all a bunch of liars!

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I was told by MT and Dick cepek that 38x15.5r20's were no longer being produced. I have DC's right now and they are by far the best tires I've ever run in that size,30k miles and plenty of tread left.
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