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Old 08-20-2010
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Cant make up my mind!!

i keep bouncing back between ats and mts, im a spindle lifted xlt so im going to stick with a 31x10.50. i have bfg ats right now but i want somthing diffrent, been looking at the duratracs, km2s, mtz, grabber at2. i change my mind like every 5 min some one talk some sense into me!!!! i only really see offroad during hunting season and when i feel like playing around, but i want the look of a mt. not sure about a 32 either says it will fit some say it will rub, very slight chance that i will get and aal and coil spacers so im not sure on that either, not to worried about the price. Any way as always thanks in advance!
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not sure ab out the size of tire you should get but Id suggest an mt, I love mine and barely ever go offroad. youll love the look and the sound
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toyo mt's ftw!
extremely quiet compared to other brands
very good wear( ive seen up to 70k)
and awesome traction :)
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Wow 70 k on a MT that sounds good lol. I got a quote on the duratracs in the 31 for 795 mount balence and aligned don't no how good or bad that is. How much would you guess the toyos run in a 31
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we sell them here for like $830 installed no alignment. and 70k is the MOST i've seen but those were on a 2500 dodge ram with 37's lol. pavement pounder. but they always last over 50k :)
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Lol 50 ' sounds pretty good. Ill give a couple of shops a call then. Wanna try and get an idea on a few tires before I make my choice tho. How are the toyos in rain and snow
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they do great in both. you can also have them siped down the blocks in the middle for alittle more wet traction. and that will also help them last longer because it disperses the heat more(less heat =more life)
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