So I bit the bullet and got set of brand new tires. I had three different kinds of tires on the truck, fronts had less than 2/32 of tread left and I had screws in two tires. I went to discount tire and bought Falken Rocky Mountain 265/75/16 ATS 10ply load E for $151/tire. The total was $878. I got the replacement warranty and they had an offer going for $130 in rebates.
I got warranty and 10ply load E tires, because I get a nail or screw in one of my tires at least once every month or two. 10ply should help with that. Theoretically they shouldn't wear so quick because of the 1000-1200lbs of tools and supplies I have in my bed at all times.
To my surprise there is rubbing at full lock! I don't see how some of you stuff 285/75/16 on the Taco with stock wheels and no spacers. I have about an inch or less between the UCA and the tire...
I opted for 265/75/16, because bigger tire would only hurt my mpg more, which is horrible anyways.
So far I am happy with the Falken's they ride excellent for an 10ply AT tire. They are smooth on the highway, actually smoother than the Prodigy H/T tires I had on before. They look aggressive and make the truck look mean...lol Can't say anything about off road performance, have not had a chance to test that yet