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Unread 07-03-2013, 11:00 AM   #1
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Tires? does anyone have these? Toyo Open Country M/T

does anyone have these tires?

http://toyotires.com/tire/pattern/op...traction-tires

if so what do you think, and do you have any pictures of them on your jeep?

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Unread 07-03-2013, 11:16 AM   #2
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does anyone have these tires?

http://toyotires.com/tire/pattern/op...traction-tires

if so what do you think, and do you have any pictures of them on your jeep?
my friend has toyo mt in 285/75r16.
its a 2 door jk and he is pretty hard on them.

they arent loud and last really long from what i have seen on other jeeps
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anyone else?
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Unread 07-05-2013, 08:01 AM   #4
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Take it on down to discount tire if you got one around, they can order just about any tire and wheel known to man
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Unread 07-05-2013, 11:29 AM   #5
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I put a set on my cousins F-250 and they are going to wear out fast. They are wearing all evenly though. He seems to like them except for the fact that they will not last long.
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I have heard of jeep owners with those. I definitely looked at them before buying the yokohama geolanders. I was looking for a less aggressive tread for regular driving.
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I put a set on my cousins F-250 and they are going to wear out fast. They are wearing all evenly though. He seems to like them except for the fact that they will not last long.
that's a first, what load range? Most people get good life out of them.
Op, im looking at getting them when I do a lift, reasons: good tread life from what ive read and a tire guy told me, decent in all weather, not to loud, and one of the few in a skinny 33.
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that's a first, what load range? Most people get good life out of them.
Op, im looking at getting them when I do a lift, reasons: good tread life from what ive read and a tire guy told me, decent in all weather, not to loud, and one of the few in a skinny 33.
yeah I have heard good things about them, I don't think ill go skinny though I like the look of the wider tires
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had em in a 37x14.50-15 on my 08 JKU and will never buy another set again. I didn't get nearly the traction out of them that I expected. Didn't grip very well in the rocks IMO but got awesome flotation out of em on the sand. They were fine on road and a very tough, heavy tire. Lasted very long.
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that's a first, what load range? Most people get good life out of them.
Op, im looking at getting them when I do a lift, reasons: good tread life from what ive read and a tire guy told me, decent in all weather, not to loud, and one of the few in a skinny 33.
What he said. I think that's the first time I have ever seen anybody post something like that about them wearing out quickly.
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What he said. I think that's the first time I have ever seen anybody post something like that about them wearing out quickly.
Some thing like 85% of short tire life comes from bad alignment and improperly inflated tires. And 58.4% of statics are made up.
In all honesty, if you take out those two varabiles, you don't have to much left to cause short tire life.
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thanks again for all the help guys I think I am still gonna go with these, anyone have any pictures?
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My cousin has them on his 1 ton SuperDuty. He likes them fine, except they don't last long on big trucks, and they are expensive tires. Another friend has them on a Suburban. He says the same.

The tread rubber is soft. That's why they wear out fast on big trucks with big power. There are posts about that on various truck forums.

A friend has them on his TJ and likes them in 33 x 10.5 R15 load C. FYI - those are really a 33 x 11 R15. So they're not really narrow. They're medium width, IMO.

In all sizes I've seen, they run a bit wider than stated size.

On a Jeep they last fine. Just make sure you get load C. These tires are stiff and ride slightly rough even with load C. With load D or E they'll beat your spine.

If you get them, have tire store add more sipes to center treads for wet road traction, wet rocks, and for packed snow and ice.

What I don't like is the stiff sidewalls, which cause harsh ride and high rolling resistance (less gas mileage). However, there are people (including my local Jeep friend) who like them on their Jeeps.

Toyo MT are spendy.

There are better tires for a Jeep, IMO.
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My cousin has them on his 1 ton SuperDuty. He likes them fine, except they don't last long on big trucks, and they are expensive tires. Another friend has them on a Suburban. He says the same.

The tread rubber is soft. That's why they wear out fast on big trucks with big power. There are posts about that on various truck forums.

A friend has them on his TJ and likes them in 33 x 10.5 R15 load C. FYI - those are really a 33 x 11 R15. So they're not really narrow. They're medium width, IMO.

In all sizes I've seen, they run a bit wider than stated size.

On a Jeep they last fine. Just make sure you get load C. These tires are stiff and ride slightly rough even with load C. With load D or E they'll beat your spine.

If you get them, have tire store add more sipes to center treads for wet road traction, wet rocks, and for packed snow and ice.

What I don't like is the stiff sidewalls, which cause harsh ride and high rolling resistance (less gas mileage). However, there are people (including my local Jeep friend) who like them on their Jeeps.

Toyo MT are spendy.

There are better tires for a Jeep, IMO.
What you are saying about soft and not lasting on jeeps goes against what ive read and tire guys say. So what do you recommend for skinny 33's?
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They are quiet (for a mud tire), wear pretty well on Jeeps, and seem to do well off road but they are insanely heavy and very expensive. If you don't mind those they I see no reason not to get them.
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