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Old 09-16-2012, 11:23 AM
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New toyo open country AT 2???

I just seen these in the fourwheeler magazine. they looked pretty tough for a all terrain. The shoulder design looked good and also a nice tread pattern. I may get these for my next set of tires and see how they do. long tread wear warranty. check them out, anyone running them yet?

Open Country A/T II | Toyo Tires

The ones in the magazine i saw looked alot more aggressive than whats on their site then i seen this statement so im guessing thats why.
****Xtreme sizes, such as 35x12.5R18, feature a deeper tread depth and a more aggressive tread and shoulder design.
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Different sizes as well compared to the original AT's. For example, they don't have a 325/65r18 (35x12.5x18) but they have an actual 35x12.5x18 which is a little smaller diameter then the original.

However, the new one allows 65 psi whereas the original was 50 psi.

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I'm running them on my 6.7 and have about 1000 miles on them. Slight hum on the highway at 60+, ride nice, and look great. Too soon to report on wear and overall durability. Let me know if you have any questions.
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Got any pics of them on your truck??
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Here you go: 35/12.50/20 on factory 20's

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thanks for the pics, i think my decision will be between these and hankook dynapro atm's.
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thanks for the pics, i think my decision will be between these and hankook dynapro atm's.
Are you getting rid of the Trails?
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HMMM - Might have to give them a look. I've run the OC TAs before. They were great tires. Got just under 50,000 out of them. These OC TA II definitely look more agressive.
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Are you getting rid of the Trails?
No, running on the hot damn 300 tune as my daily driver, i dont think they are gonna last very long. I have about 5k on them and they look fine, but im looking to find a another set of rims and get a more all terrain tire to plow with in the winter time. and run the trails in the summer. i love the traction off the road though. they do great as long as i turn the tune down. i do alot of towing and with my old tires as soon as i pulled off the road it was like i had to switch to 4x4. I highly suggest the trails though, this is my second set of them. i just dont know how they will do plowing.
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