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Old 02-13-2013, 05:33 PM   #1
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Toyo AT II P285/70/17

Thinking about stepping up to P285/70/17 Toyo AT IIs. Right now I have P265/70/17 Toyo ATs. Is anybody running this size tire in a "P" range? They only weigh 7 more pounds so do you think it will affect my MPG that much? I drive about 100 miles a day for work. I already have OME 885s up front. Any thoughts on this? Thanks....

P265/70R17 113S 352000 7.0-8.0-9.0 41 13 31.5 10.7 14.2 2535 44 600 A B 659 2P+2S+1N 2P


P285/70R17 117T 352150 7.5-8.5-9.5 48 13 32.8 11.5 14.6 2833 44 600 A B 634 2P+2S+1N 2P
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Thinking about stepping up to P285/70/17 Toyo AT IIs. Right now I have P265/70/17 Toyo ATs. Is anybody running this size tire in a "P" range? They only weigh 7 more pounds so do you think it will affect my MPG that much? I drive about 100 miles a day for work. I already have OME 885s up front. Any thoughts on this? Thanks....

P265/70R17 113S 352000 7.0-8.0-9.0 41 13 31.5 10.7 14.2 2535 44 600 A B 659 2P+2S+1N 2P


P285/70R17 117T 352150 7.5-8.5-9.5 48 13 32.8 11.5 14.6 2833 44 600 A B 634 2P+2S+1N 2P

With only 7lbs difference you should be ok. If you get these check out treaddepot.com as they seen to have some of the cheapest prices on these.
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Thinking about stepping up to P285/70/17 Toyo AT IIs. Right now I have P265/70/17 Toyo ATs. Is anybody running this size tire in a "P" range? They only weigh 7 more pounds so do you think it will affect my MPG that much? I drive about 100 miles a day for work. I already have OME 885s up front. Any thoughts on this? Thanks....

P265/70R17 113S 352000 7.0-8.0-9.0 41 13 31.5 10.7 14.2 2535 44 600 A B 659 2P+2S+1N 2P


P285/70R17 117T 352150 7.5-8.5-9.5 48 13 32.8 11.5 14.6 2833 44 600 A B 634 2P+2S+1N 2P
Did you get these tires? Id like to know how they are. I have been doing my homework and am stepping away from MTs into ATs now. I had Toyo OCs on my rig when I bought it and didn't care for the tire. I have Nitto Grapplers now that are chunking horribly. I hear the Toyo AT II is a whole new animal. It has an awesome warranty of 65,000 miles and a huge amount of tread. What is your experience with them?
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I dont have Toyos but I run the 285 Dueler revo 2s in the P rated and they are 46lbs and i still get decent mileage. Better then my 265 BFgoodrich TKOs actually
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Did you get these tires? Id like to know how they are. I have been doing my homework and am stepping away from MTs into ATs now. I had Toyo OCs on my rig when I bought it and didn't care for the tire. I have Nitto Grapplers now that are chunking horribly. I hear the Toyo AT II is a whole new animal. It has an awesome warranty of 65,000 miles and a huge amount of tread. What is your experience with them?
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Yes and no. I got the tires but stayed with 265/70/17s. So far have about 7500 miles on them and they ride great. No problems,balance well just a little hum. I wanted the 285s but with driving 100+ miles a day I stayed with the 265s. The set I took off I got almost 65000 and never had a problem with them either.
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I've got the Toyo AT II's in 285/70/17. I've only had them for 2 weeks but so far so good, they look good & ride pretty smooth. They have a slight hum but nothing like a MT. As far as mpg's I haven't noticed any difference, last week I used the same amount of gas for the week as I did with the stock 265's.
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Yes and no. I got the tires but stayed with 265/70/17s. So far have about 7500 miles on them and they ride great. No problems,balance well just a little hum. I wanted the 285s but with driving 100+ miles a day I stayed with the 265s. The set I took off I got almost 65000 and never had a problem with them either.
Thanks, im going with a 285x75r17, been running a 295x70r17 for 2 years on my rig. Im doing a full overhaul on my pro comp 6" lift. In fact there will only be a pro comp crossmember when im completed so I have the room for the tires. I haven't read anything bad and with that warranty I can get toyo to replace them if they start chunking bad. Temp and terrain here in Phoenix is hard on tires both on & off road.
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Thanks, im going with a 285x75r17, been running a 295x70r17 for 2 years on my rig. Im doing a full overhaul on my pro comp 6" lift. In fact there will only be a pro comp crossmember when im completed so I have the room for the tires. I haven't read anything bad and with that warranty I can get toyo to replace them if they start chunking bad. Temp and terrain here in Phoenix is hard on tires both on & off road.
Try treaddepot.com when your ready to get them. I have found they have about the best prices on them.
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Try treaddepot.com when your ready to get them. I have found they have about the best prices on them.
Thanks for the advice! I looked at the prices there and you aren't kidding about cheap!!!!

I'm going to use the guys at SDHQ for all of my upcoming upgrades. They are a Toyo dealer, I will see if I can get those prices matched as I will be spending about 5G.
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I had AT and got 50,000 with more to go but winter was coming. Put on AT11 and the ride is much better and they are also quieter. $180.00 mounted and balanced for 265/70/17.
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