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Old 12-05-2012, 08:29 PM
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Stuck between tires!

Not sure what kind of tires I'm stuck between nitto and toyo but not sure if I want a m/t or a/t my truck doesn't see any type of mud but I do like the look but thread life is a big issue...I'm looking at 325/60/20 or 35x12.50x20
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Old 12-05-2012, 09:53 PM
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Then you should look into the Interco SS M16's, very aggressive mud tire, E rated and ride quite and nice on road. Lot's of superduty's running them these days, I've ran them since they came out and good stuff........
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If tread life is a concern and your truck never sees the wet stuff, go with an at. There are some aggressive ATs that look good.

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Old 12-08-2012, 02:29 PM
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Just swiched from toyo mt to toyo at2. The new toyo AT is pretty cool looking with a 50k mi warranty. Love them both. The muds wandered a lil with age.
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Then you should look into the Interco SS M16's, very aggressive mud tire, E rated and ride quite and nice on road. Lot's of superduty's running them these days, I've ran them since they came out and good stuff........
How many miles have you gotten on these tires???
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Old 12-09-2012, 03:53 AM
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I'm on my second set of toyos and I love them. There very quiet for an mt , they look great, have good street manners ; and when I do go off road they hook like my old super swamper tsl's
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I've not personally had the Toyo MT's but have seen several superduty owners go close to 50k on them WITH proper maintenance. The Nitto's I know are good for 50 with proper care if not more from personal experience. I love the MT as well for looks but ride quality and fuel mileage do suffer. Currently running pro comp xterrains , about 34k and an easy 10k left on them. Throw some Toyo's on and take care of them , I believe several will attest to the longevity if taken care of. Have you looked at the DuraTrac's as well ? Kinda of a mix of AT / MT , local guy here is claiming 55k on last set on a 1 ton.
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Well if you dont want the aggressive look of the M/T tire, you could always go to like the pro comp extreme A/T or the new toyo A/T 2, they make them upto a 35/20 so far.

I have had a few buddys run the pro comps and have prolly close to 35k on them and still have over half tread left. Really nice tire with a quiet ride, just kinda spendy is all.
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I've heard a lot of good thing about the toyo m/t on here
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Old 12-09-2012, 03:52 PM
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How are the Toyo MT`s in the rain? I have General Grabbers on my Raptor and they are a little scary in the rain, not good.
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