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I have 305/55/20's (33's) on my truck that are practically new and want to go taller, so i wanted to throw on some 35" M/T's. I will be selling the Toyo's to help offset the cost of new tires. A friend of mine has the Cooper Discoverer STT tires, and he swears by them. Anyone else have any experience with them?
I was looking at a few other tires, ie; Toyo Open Country M/T's, Mickey Thompson MTZ, and the Nitto Trail Grappler M/T's. But only reason I havent been serious about them is because of the much higher prices.
Do you want a mud tire because you'll be in the mud or do you want a mud tire because they look cool?
I'm guessing you want them because they look cool because all of those tires listed are not true mud tires, and will be rendered useless in your Georgia mud. In that case, I've had experience with all of them but the Coopers and they're all good tires. (for highway driving and occasional puddles)
11 F250 CCSB King Ranch
Gearhead tunes, No Limit Stage 2, No Limit Block Off, 5" exhaust, CTS
2.5" Carli Commuter, 37x12.5R20 Toyo RTs, Stock wheels
01 Ex 7.3l Limited
Swamps tunes, 6637, 4" exhaust, 6.0 trans cooler, Hellwig rear swaybar, CTS