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Old 10-13-2012, 10:38 AM   #1
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Best A/T tires for my new wheels

I just bought some new 18" wheels to go on my stock 2009 double cab pre runner. I'm trying to decide on tires now.

I'm considering either the Nitto Terra Grapplers or the Toyo Open country A/T, but I'm not counting out other tires. What do you guys suggest? I'm not really going to off road too much and would like something that isn't too noisy on the highway.

Thanks in advance.
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You may want to throw this survey into the mix.

On-/Off-Road All-Terrain Tire Consumer Survey
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Old 10-13-2012, 11:57 AM   #3
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You may want to throw this survey into the mix.

On-/Off-Road All-Terrain Tire Consumer Survey
Cool. Thx, I'll check it out
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toyos are nice! I think km2s would look sweet too.
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I bought some XD Monsters 18x9 -12 offset. I've got no lift now and 245/75/16 currently and from what I can tell from the tire calculator 265/60/18s should work fine. Can anyone confirm that?
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I bought some XD Monsters 18x9 -12 offset. I've got no lift now and 245/75/16 currently and from what I can tell from the tire calculator 265/60/18s should work fine. Can anyone confirm that?
I believe each tire manufacturer has their own specs for wheel fitment. You would have to check for each tire.
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