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Old 02-03-2008
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Icon4 toyo mud terrians????

anyone know how good they are. im looking at their 33x12.50x15r open country M/T and i want to know if they have good offroad traction and how good they are on the street(mileage rating). i dont know of many people who run them and dont see too many people have them.
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HighRollerII has them.


Alot of my people round these parts run them...seem to like them. But like the MT/R more though.
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I don't know if he's taking them offroad or not yet tho, he has more of a show truck. I think at least haha.
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I researched them a ton on the net and was real close to getting them. Everything I read was positive. A couple reviews I read put them above the MTRs for traction offroad and as good on the road as many ATs. Biggest downfall I found is they are heavy for their size.
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i love them for the road use that i have done..

ive had them kinda sorta in the mud and they did great..i love them..

ive got like 2500 miles on them still have the nipples on them
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chad has them on his truck, 33x13.5

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I know its a different tire but I have the A/T's and love 'em. The quality is top notch, so i can only expect the M/T to be the same.
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there very pricy from what ive seen.. I love my Procomp M/T' s cheap and badass
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yes very pricey but well worth the money..

i paid bout 500 a tire..but running a big wheel on a big tire costs big money..

but they are little more expensive then normal mts kinda like mtrs..
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the toyos are awesome for off roading in. i had a set of 31's and i regret not getting them when i went to 33's. great traction in the mud and street. they are a bit on the heavy side but i put 20,000 + miles on them and barely broke tread, and i beat the **** out of my truck.
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i heard they suck in the mud.. just what i've heard
they're supposed to be good in snow as well...


they TEAR it UP on rocks though, i can vouch for that because i've seen my share of trucks on the rocks with them. problem is. we dont have rock crawlers
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they are pretty good tires. i have seen them in the mud and they do pretty well. not outstanding but they can hold their own. also, i have seen them get 40-50k miles on a set properly rotated and balanced..
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