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Old 10-31-2012, 07:37 PM
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Fuel mud gripper??

Has anyone bought a set of these yet? I read that they are not made by Toyo, but i find that really hard to believe. they are unmistakably toyo's tread pattern.

http://trucktoyzperformance.com/wp/w.../Fuel_Tire.jpg
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Old 11-01-2012, 01:48 PM
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My truck shop has sold a few sets. They are definitely similar in tread pattern. They were just released so they have limited availability, but they have cool sizes. Gotta love the 38x15.5R22.

Their Sizes:
33x12.50R17LT
35x12.50R17LT
33x12.50R18LT
35x12.50R18LT
33x12.50R20LT
35x12.50R20LT
35x13.50R20LT
38x15.50R20LT
33x12.50R22LT
35x12.50R22LT
35x13.50R22LT
37x13.50R22LT
38x15.50R22LT
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i wonder how much one of these puppies cost? probably a arm and a leg
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My truck shop was gonna sell me the 38x15.5R22 for $595 a piece, no tax or shipping. They said they are pricy because of the limited quantity. They are one of a few shops that can get them in right now.
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First time I have ever seen them. Hopefully they are made by someone else. Toyo needs some competition.
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