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post #1 of 3 Old 02-27-2014, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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Toyo Open Country M/T 275/65R20

Any one using this tire in this size on their Super Duty? I hear it is a great tire but really curious about the real mileage you get out of them. Any other opinions overall would be great. How about towing? Thanks

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Any one using this tire in this size on their Super Duty? I hear it is a great tire but really curious about the real mileage you get out of them. Any other opinions overall would be great. How about towing? Thanks
I have them on currently. Great tire. Tough as nails. Currently have 32k miles on them. I think 40k will be the end of them. They are getting noisier as they wear which is no surprise for a mud tire.

I don't tow. I have hauled a 3,500 lb camper quite a bit - and many miles off road. At 80 psi they have a load rating of 3,750 lbs each, and handle it well.

I did have them siped when brand new, which I think helped with wet weather traction. This is based on reports from others that suggest the opposite.

My only other comment is around the size. My next set of tires will be 295/65/20s. Looking for a bit more width and height, plus load capacity increases to 4,080 lbs per tire.

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My first set was 275/65/20 was a awesome tire. Very aggressive tread but still quiet on the highway. Got about 45,000 miles out of them. Stepped up to the 35/12.5/20 this time. A little louder that the 275/65/20 but still very quiet. Will more than likely get another set once these wear out. Have about 7,000 miles on these. I don't think you can go wrong with the tire.
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