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Old 07-03-2013, 03:32 AM   #61
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Can someone explain to me why the LT has a lower weight rating than the P?

All the places I have checked in 265/75 16 the LT is rated at 2460lbs and the P is 2601lbs
If you look on treaddepot.com they have 2 different versions in the lt in that size

e-10 ply load 3415

c-6ply load 2470

If you want the extra capacity you need to go with the load E
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for the guys who are worried about mpg at all, i've been running at just under 20 mpg with these tires in LT265/75/16......i am very pleased with these tires and run amazingly smooth for an all terrain tire. love them so far
My mileage hasnt suffered either. My last tank was 17.023, hand calculated. Not bad for lift, armor and 10ply tires.
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Had these for about 3 weeks now, definitely happy with them.
35x12.5 r18 mor pics in my build.
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If you look on treaddepot.com they have 2 different versions in the lt in that size

e-10 ply load 3415

c-6ply load 2470

If you want the extra capacity you need to go with the load E
That makes sense!

I just found it interesting why a P rated 4 ply tire would have a higher load rating than an LT C rated 6 ply tire...
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thought i'd bring this back a bit.. post up the new shoes..

love em so far. quiet. smooth. aggressive look. were 1370 from Discount mounted, balanced, and installed.. including Certs.


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thought i'd bring this back a bit.. post up the new shoes..

love em so far. quiet. smooth. aggressive look. were 1370 from Discount mounted, balanced, and installed.. including Certs.



Nice choice dude... I couldn't be any happier with mine as well
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I just got these in 285/75 R17 and I love them. Excellent traction on wet roads, mud and are perfect for daily driving. Very quiet!
How much trimming did u have to do with the 285's???
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Old 10-23-2013, 11:17 AM   #68
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I have the 285-70-17's on my truck and I love them they dont chunk at all
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Old 10-23-2013, 11:28 AM   #69
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I have the 285-70-17's on my truck and I love them they dont chunk at all
Did you go with P or LT rated?
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Old 10-23-2013, 11:29 AM   #70
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Did you go with P or LT rated?
I think they are Lt but im not sure i will go check it later
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They are LT....
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Old 10-23-2013, 12:29 PM   #72
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They are LT....

Thanks buddy I have no clue
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I have a set of P-rated on mine. No complaints.
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I have the 285-70-17's on my truck and I love them they dont chunk at all
Nice looking ride!!
Did you have to trim much?

I'm looking at puting these on my 2012 taco as well.
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Nice looking ride!!
Did you have to trim much?

I'm looking at puting these on my 2012 taco as well.
Thanks the only thing I did was the cab mount chop and a little off the fender flare but I dont rub on anything even at full bump.
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Thanks the only thing I did was the cab mount chop and a little off the fender flare but I dont rub on anything even at full bump.


What Exactly is a Cab Mount Chop and what does it entail?
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It's the part where the cab mounts to the frame. I has a lip to it that was rubbing on my tires so they cut it out with a cutting wheel and welded a new piece to it

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Old thread but I'm bringing it back to ask all of you with these how they are holding up after a few months? I just bought a set but won't get them installed for another 2 weeks. I got a great deal on them, 4 for the price of 3 plus a free alignment. P rated 265/70's for a total price of $700.

I'm a little concerned whether I'm really going to like them or not because they are replacing a set of MS2's which are the best tires I've ever used. I can't justify buying them again right now because they are close to $1000.
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Old thread but I'm bringing it back to ask all of you with these how they are holding up after a few months? I just bought a set but won't get them installed for another 2 weeks. I got a great deal on them, 4 for the price of 3 plus a free alignment. P rated 265/70's for a total price of $700.

I'm a little concerned whether I'm really going to like them or not because they are replacing a set of MS2's which are the best tires I've ever used. I can't justify buying them again right now because they are close to $1000.
I have put 11,000 miles on then so far and I'm not easy on them and they still look almost new
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I have about 16k on mine. They are wearing very even, and I am not the most religous in rotating. I am happy with them, and if I were buying another AT I would probably buy them again. On highway snow and ice they are great, wet traction they are great. The only place they have failed me was deep 10" plus snow, and super sloppy gooey mud, but they arent MTs so that is to be expected. No AT would have done worth a crap in either situation.
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