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Old 03-19-2009, 07:13 PM
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Which 35" tire to buy? Please help!

Im looking to buy some new 35" tires. I have the Nitto Mud Grapps now and have over 50,000 miles on them. The noise doesnt bother me. If they are quite good if not ok. Just want the best tire and the mileage. Please pole!!! I am looking at the 35x12.5 R20

Nitto Mud Grapplers
Toyo Open Country MT
Goodyear Wranglers Dura trac
Kumho Road Venture MT
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I have 35x12.5 20 Toyo MTs and really like them...it seems like quite a few people have them on the ORG. I will buy them again for my next tire.
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anyone tried these?
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I have 35x12.5 20 Toyo MTs and really like them...it seems like quite a few people have them on the ORG. I will buy them again for my next tire.

What he said. I run the same size next set should be here saturday.
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how many miles did you get out of them?
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I am looking at the same size tires next time around. Nitto's seem too gnarly for me, the Toyos I have now but want to try something new, Dura trac dont come in 35"x12.5x20, and neither do kumho. Would really like the Kumho.

I am looking pretty closely into Copper Discover STT seem to be the most reasonable price too. , and also looking at Mickey Thompson MTZ, and Pro Comp Xtreme Mud terrain
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Stick with the mud grapplers man they are cheaper than the toyos and everybody has the toyos. they are a good tire just overpriced i think
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ITs a long story but they were on three different trucks... one had bad ball joints. Added the miles up the other day and it was 48 till right now... if i would have taken better care of them... damn spartan! i would have got 50 plus easy.
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i paid 390 a tire if that helps. BFG's are 440, i dont like the mud grapplers they are too loud. yeah everyone has them... probably for good reason. Cant beat them on the road the sidewalls are really stiff.. makes them ride a little rough but they handle great with no sidewall flex. They are really good in sand snow and mud, BFG's are better in the ice i will admit that but overall its the best tire i have ever had and ill buy them untill something is proven better.
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man, toyo's are in the lead. I thought it would go in a different direction. so far sounds like I will be ordering the toyos. Price really isnt the problem, just the durability and mileage of the tire!
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