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Toyo open country a/t?

I was looking into these tires. Anyone ever ran these? Also looking at general grabbar a/t...
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Yep. I have run them on my truck for 2 years now. Good tire overall. Quiet on the road, good traction, great in the rain. Also wore very well for me. Nice and even, with many miles!
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my dad has them on his truck hes had them for 2+ years and at least 30k miles and they still look pretty new
nice tire with good road manners
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Look into Nitto Terragrapplers. they are made by the same company and have a very similar style but cost less (at least when i got my 33s a few years ago)
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They are a good tire. Had them in a 31x10.50R15 on my ranger when I first bought it. Good overall in wear, noise, wet traction, not too bad off road.
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kyle is right the nittos are very similar and much cheaper
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My uncle has them, nice tires. Really good in the sand
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I had them on my 3/4 ton truck, they did good in everything exept Clay. Both of my uncles got over 50K out of there sets on 3/4tons as well.
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I don't have experience with them, but I have heard that they last longer than the Nittos.
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Just got my 1st set of Toyo ATs 2 months ago. Loving them.
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i have two friends that had those tires and both flipped their trucks on a wet road going through a turn. one with a ranger on 31s and a girl with a dodge on 35s. but i put them on my dads chevy, they ride and wear great just watch out on the turns on wet roads.
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The Toyos are Cooper tires, how about the Cooper Zeon LTZ? just putting that out there...
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I just got a set of 33x12.50 last week, and I paid $735 out the door. So far I love them, and I am going next weekend to try them on the beach.
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I hate 'em. I hate 'em. I hate 'em. I hate 'em.


Hydroplaning mothers galore! Hell....my UNSIPED Mud Terrains are a million miles better in the heavy rain at freeway speeds. Just about s'd my pants a few times with those damn 31x10.50 Toyo OC A/T's.
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I'm a big fan of my General Grabber at2's. They wear very well so far and you can hardly hear them on the road. They also clean them selfs well in mud. I'm going to buy them again when its time to replace the set on the truck now
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I hate 'em. I hate 'em. I hate 'em. I hate 'em.


Hydroplaning mothers galore! Hell....my UNSIPED Mud Terrains are a million miles better in the heavy rain at freeway speeds. Just about s'd my pants a few times with those damn 31x10.50 Toyo OC A/T's.
YUP! agree 100%! caused 2 trucks to flip. honestly i believe your not running them on a truck that is lifted you'll be fine though
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