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Old 10-30-2013, 08:07 PM
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37x12.50x18 Yokohama

Anyone have any experience with the Yokohama ATS? I'm in the maker for a new set of 37's, I ran the Toyo Mt's for 50,000 miles and it's time for something less noisy. I was thinking the 37x12.50 yoko's or the 37x13.50 Falken wild peak. The BFG's are out of my price range as well as the Pro comps. Not many options for an 18 inch wheel.
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50k out of your toyos? Were they like bald or still had some life? I'm in the market for new 35" tires too

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It seems like once you pass that 35" tire mark your options become very limited.
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I want to see a tire with 50k on it.
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50K on the Toyo MT isn't a fluke, I know a few people personally who have gone that far. Are they down to the were bars you might ask? Damn near. I drive roughly 100 miles a day and all freeway. I rotate every 6000 miles. The pro comp xtreme At's I had on my F150 had 80K before I replaced them. Best tires ever.
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I was thinking past the bars, not saying it isnt possible but the last few months of that 50k must have been a wild ride and putting others in danger.

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A buddy ran the yoko 35s and really liked them.
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50K on 37X13.50R18 Toyo MT's
This is the worst one, but the rest are not far behind. Soon they will be 37in Drag Slicks.
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I want to see a tire with 50k on it.


Back of the truck... Thats a set with 62k on them...

I've never had a set go less then 45k...
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Old 10-31-2013, 01:10 PM
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Thats some dayumn fine wear!!
Do you rotate em regularly?
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