I have the new MTR's, I also ran the old ones. They are great tires, I would recommend them. In regards to the Toyo's, my bro has had 4 sets of them and loves them. They seem to be a bit harder material, and they weigh a TON. They have very stiff sidewalls, and he runs them at 6-8 PSI on his crawler, 35 PSI on his truck. People that have the Toyo's love them and swear by them. I really like how they perform, but they were too heavy for my taste, and the MTR's were also less expensive.
*Project Yeti* 99 JGC Limited 4.7 w/6.5" Rockkrawler LA & IRO A-arm, Goodyear MTR 35's on MB TKO's, 4.56 Yukon's, Iceland Offroad Bumper/Flares/Sliders, Protofab Rear Carrier, SuperChips, Uniden/Firestick, Flowmaster, Smittybilt 8k Synthetic Line Winch.
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Yes Toyos are heavy, but they balance amazingly well, are long lasting, and are super quiet on the road. This is my second set and I will buy them again on my next go around.
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They also perform very well off road too. They are a bit heavy, but a very tough tire. Beef weighs a bit.
A quote from my wife: "I don't even want to know how much it cost, I'm not in the mood to be that pissed off today."
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