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Old 08-06-2009, 05:40 PM   #1
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Toyo Open Country A/T vs Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo vs Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac

I'm about to get some new tires for my 08' TRD Off Road Tacoma and am trying to decide which tire to get. Has anyone had experience with these tires on their Tacoma? Any input on which tire would be the best all around tire for my truck would be appreciated. The options I'm looking at are:

Toyo Open Country A/T
Bridgestone Duelar A/T Revo
Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac


I'll be going with 265/75R16. Thanks for advice.
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I have the Dueler A/T Revos in 31x10.50 and they are great tires, I can honestly recommend them.

Haven't tried the others, but this is a useful comparison:

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/survey....jsp?type=ORAT

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The Duratrac's are VERY aggressive for being an AT. I would probably pick the Duratrac's, but I've heard great things about the others.
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i had the toyos on,they worked well.i went up to the size your looking to get in a hancook dynopro atm rf10.price was right and looks great imo.seems to work about the same as the toyos.alot of people on here run the bridgstones or have run them.i hear good things about them as well.good luck to ya.
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bridgestone a/t revos

I just got a new set of bridgestone dueler revos about two weeks ago. I love the agressive look and I went with 265/75/16 and they fill the wheel wells so much better than stock size tires. I had the tires on the beach for the first time today. They are Awesome the truck goes instantly where I point it now. The old dunlops use to struggle to manuver over large ruts ect. I really like the way the new bridgestones felt today they make beach driving easy and smooth . I never spun the wheels at all unlike the old dunlops ! The only thing I have noticed is the revos are a bit louder on the highway than the stock tires but its not bad at all I say get em ! You'll love em too
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love my dueler revo's man! i can definitely recommend them....as this is the 2nd set i have owned. ride great....wear pretty damn good, and can take ya offroad most places.
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