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Old 03-13-2013, 07:06 PM
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Anyone running these tires? How do they hold up mileage wise and wear. Looking at running a set of 40x14.50s in the near future!
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Old 03-14-2013, 08:14 AM
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I had a set of 37x13.50x17 on my 7.3 and loved them. they look awesome, wear very good. Quite at first got a little louder around 15k miles but not bad. Never really had them in mud our see, but have no doubt they would've performed well
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My 37x13.50r20s lasted like 45k miles and still had some life left. That was the good part, along with the price. The bad was they always had a vibration at 45-50mph, they started out quiet for 5k miles, at 15 they were pretty loud and at 35 they screamed. They also started wearing really uneven, which made them ride really rough towards the end, which is why I changed them before they were trash. Toyo MT's now, and I doubt I'll ever buy another brand unless I go to an AT tire next time around.
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