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#21 Rvrats2

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Posted 20 June 2022 - 05:17 PM

I went with Goodyear UltraTerrain after not really caring for the last set of Cooper AT3’s I had.
We don’t drive the truck a whole lot, but been super happy so far in a little snow, plenty of gravel and highway.

275/70/18 on an ‘11 Tundra in the high Colorado Rockies.
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Posted 20 June 2022 - 05:55 PM

I run Cooper ST MAXX on my F350 and they have been. Very good tire. Tread design sits between a traditional A/T and M/T tire.
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#23 rubberlegs

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Posted 21 June 2022 - 03:31 PM

I’m getting the impression that all 10 ply tires work great! So many different different tires mentioned. I wonder if manufacturers compete such that they are pretty similar. Only exception mentioned is the old KO tires, now replaced by KO2.
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#24 Mighty Dodge Ram

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Posted 22 June 2022 - 03:14 PM

I’m getting the impression that all 10 ply tires work great! So many different different tires mentioned. I wonder if manufacturers compete such that they are pretty similar. Only exception mentioned is the old KO tires, now replaced by KO2.

As in so many things, not all work great in all situations. Ex: I offered that the KO2s might work great for the lighter Nissan; a great all around tire. But they didn’t last over 25k miles on my 1/2-ton Dodge. I really liked the driving characteristics of the Toyo AT2s on my heavier Chevy 2500HD (9200# GVW) but boy, they sure were loud around 40k miles. I think if you hang onto a vehicle long enough you find something that works and everything else is a serving suggestion. Don’t get me started on brands of oil or gasoline. 😂


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Posted 25 June 2022 - 01:29 PM

As in so many things, not all work great in all situations. Ex: I offered that the KO2s might work great for the lighter Nissan; a great all around tire. But they didn’t last over 25k miles on my 1/2-ton Dodge. I really liked the driving characteristics of the Toyo AT2s on my heavier Chevy 2500HD (9200# GVW) but boy, they sure were loud around 40k miles. I think if you hang onto a vehicle long enough you find something that works and everything else is a serving suggestion. Don’t get me started on brands of oil or gasoline.

Spot on.. I also don't think there is any tire for our needs that is going to last more than 40k.. I haven't seen it yet..


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#26 Cpt Davenport

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Posted 25 June 2022 - 02:16 PM

285/70/17 Toyo AT3s here on my 1/2 ton Chevy. 33k miles and they still have about 50% of their tread left. These tires have been great off road in a variety of conditions, and still remain very quiet on the highway. I will be swapping them out for another set in the next smaller size in preparation for my new Hawk. They work great and wear evenly, best tires I have tried. I have gone through several sets of BFG ATs as well as MTs. They are good performers, but lack the longevity and quietness in comparison to the Toyos.


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Posted 25 June 2022 - 02:24 PM

285/70/17 Toyo AT3s here on my 1/2 ton Chevy. 33k miles and they still have about 50% of their tread left. These tires have been great off road in a variety of conditions, and still remain very quiet on the highway. I will be swapping them out for another set in the next smaller size in preparation for my new Hawk. They work great and wear evenly, best tires I have tried. I have gone through several sets of BFG ATs as well as MTs. They are good performers, but lack the longevity and quietness in comparison to the Toyos.

Nice.. might try those next!


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Posted 25 June 2022 - 02:32 PM

Here is a great comparison of BFG vs Toyo.. super helpful, both great, but depending on your conditions one might be better than the other...

toyo-open-country-at3-vs-bfgoodrich-ko2


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Posted 25 June 2022 - 03:25 PM

Interesting comparison BBZ. I liked the KO2s except for the longevity issue and really liked the AT2s except for the premature road noise. Agree on the 40k mile expectation if using offroad for any amount of time. It should be noted that the stated 65k mile warranty for the Toyos referenced in the article is for p-metric sizes only; LTs get 50k. 


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Posted 25 June 2022 - 03:41 PM

On a previous truck, pre-camper era, the Toyo Open Country gave me excellent performance. I was very pleased with that tire.


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