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Old 04-29-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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(4) NEW Toyo 265/70/R17 Open Country AT II Tires

**********SOLD********* I bought brand new tires for my '08 Double Cab Tacoma (and new Rhino side steps) a couple months ago... never bolted 'em on, traded the truck a week ago and now I don't need either.

For sale - (4) brand new Toyo 265/70/R17 Open Country AT II's. Never mounted, still have the decals and the plastic wrap on them. $575





** These are their 65,000 mile warranty Toyo tires. Read the online reviews, these tires do it all. Pavement to off-road very well.
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:57 PM   #2
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Old 04-30-2013, 01:20 AM   #3
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Near State College, right along I-80. Zip code is 16830.
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Old 04-30-2013, 01:54 AM   #4
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Old 04-30-2013, 03:50 AM   #5
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Can you post a pic of sidewall info including manufacture date
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Old 04-30-2013, 05:58 AM   #7
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Thanks for the inquires & PM's. To answer a repeated question, these Toyo's are the 65,000 mile warranty P - series. The LT's are 50,000 mile rated and best suited for heavy hauling, not to mention they would be closer to a $ grand retail.
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If the truck I just traded for didn't have 16 inch rims, these tires would have been put on it. They really are a great tire. Thanks for the bump!
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Old 05-01-2013, 06:59 AM   #15
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The sidewall is marked "Standard Load Rating USA and Canada". Just to clarify, these are Toyo open Country AT II's P-series. I know that you know, but for those who may not, LT tires on a small daily driver truck of this size is overkill. LT's in this tire are closer to $1000 and are best suited for work trucks, diesels or heavy laden units that are loaded most of the time. LT sidewalls are thicker and they can hold way more air, (some above 50 psi), to support monster weight. Haul heavy often, go LT. Drive it with gear that doesn't test the springs? P-series is fine. Also, these Toyo's in LT are a 50,000 mile warranty where as the P-series is a 65,000 mile tire. Hope that helps and thanks for asking.
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The sidewall is marked "Standard Load Rating USA and Canada". Just to clarify, these are Toyo open Country AT II's P-series. I know that you know, but for those who may not, LT tires on a small daily driver truck of this size is overkill. LT's in this tire are closer to $1000 and are best suited for work trucks, diesels or heavy laden units that are loaded most of the time. LT sidewalls are thicker and they can hold way more air, (some above 50 psi), to support monster weight. Haul heavy often, go LT. Drive it with gear that doesn't test the springs? P-series is fine. Also, these Toyo's in LT are a 50,000 mile warranty where as the P-series is a 65,000 mile tire. Hope that helps and thanks for asking.
OK Thanx. I was actually looking for a 3/4 ton pickup so I was wanting the heavier tire in LT type. I have these on our Dodge 2500 2012 and they are an awesome tire. I was wanting them if they were a LT for our Dodge D250 1993 Truck. Good price though.

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