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GT Radial Adventuro MT's 3 0.85%
Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs 104 29.38%
Federal Couragia M/T's 3 0.85%
Dick Cepek Mud Country's 5 1.41%
Goodyear Wrangler MT R's 34 9.60%
Khumo Road Venture MT's 6 1.69%
BF Goodrich KM2's 61 17.23%
Nitto Trail Grapplers 80 22.60%
Other 58 16.38%
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Old 02-28-2013, 09:49 PM   #61
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Dunlop AT20 to Michelin LTX AT2.

After doing some reading, even if I went with the stock Dunlops I still would have taken a MPG hit. Going from all most no tread to brand new tread = more friction = less MPG.
Got any picks of the michelins?
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Old 03-10-2013, 10:13 AM   #62
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I have no complaints with my Toyo M/Ts...20K miles and still look new! They are a little loud on the road when going above 60.
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So I bought some toyo at2's and so far I like em. Did lots of homework. And I believe for rhe price and moderation u can't go wrong.
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So I bought some toyo at2's and so far I like em. Did lots of homework. And I believe for rhe price and moderation u can't go wrong.
And I am pretty happy with the Cooper AT3 I got...and they are still made in the US.

YMMV, lots of tires, lots of choices and much depends on what is available in your area. Everyone stocks coopers in this part of the world.

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I've had a few of these brand tires in the past. So I'm not totally bias on this vote. I love my Nitto Trail Grapplers. I was looking at the new Toyo Open Country Extreme, I think thats what they are called. The tread is more like the Trail Grapplers, than the original Open Countyr's. I hate seeing the price on the Nitto's being that hi. I didnt pay anywhere close to that when I got mine last year around this time.
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Yhea the extm. Are for I think 32's &up. They look meaty.
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If you're doing a lot of highway, go with the KM2's or the Duratrac's.
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What about Falken Wildpeak A/T's? That's what I've been looking at for my taco
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Nittos warranted tell 65, 000?
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If you're doing a lot of highway, go with the KM2's or the Duratrac's.
For heavy highway I would want the Michelin LTX M/S2 tires...I got 120k a set out of the Michelin XOnes on my 94 Toy five lug...in the 205/70R14 size...
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Don't get the Khumo Road Venture MT's. I have the Khumo Road Venture AT's the biggest P.O.S tires I have ever had. I have had them for two years and they are the worst tires I have ever owned.
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Duratracs

Im on my 2nd set of Duratracs on my second 2nd gen Taco. Love them, they do surprisingly good in the rain and are quiter than any other mud tire or all terrain I have run in 15 yrs of wheelin. Side walls arent the toughest like super swampers but the ride is like factory tires IMO.
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i just put on BFG's Rugged Terrain, installed for just under $500. granted they had a $100 rebate and gave me $200 for the stock tires i had. I have a RC with no plans of a lift or serious 4x4ing with mostly commutes to work and some fun off-road drives. Gives it a nice aggressive-ish look but still very pavement friendly
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Dick cepek mud country's. a friend has a set in a Chevy and I've never seen them packed up with mud at all. He Has about 7k on them and still look brand new
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