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I had asked the same question, and don't see any replies. I am wondering if anyone is using them?
 

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Did you ever buy those Dayton Timberline MTs? They look like a great tire although I'm not familiar wit the mfr. they have a serious tread pattern, a bead protector, and are studdable. About $140 each or so? I'm gonna try em.
 

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if those are the tires that are supposedly made by bridgestone, i hear they are the export version of the firestone destination MTs... if so, im runnin those and they are holdin up very well for me both offroad and on..
 

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Timberline was (is?) a Bridgestone brand. They sell them here at Pep Boys.
Locally they are much cheaper than most any other well known brand. Kumho's are cheaper locally, but I don't know how comparable they are.
 

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A friend put 31 10.50's on his Nissan about 2 months ago. He likes them well - but too early for tread life indications...
 

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Dayton Timberline MTs

I put a set of four on my 02 wrangler and I couldn't be happier. The 31x10.5 is the size to go with on the lighter SUVs. The load rating is massive compaired to my jeep. I could load my jeep down with everything and drive down the road on 2 wheels. Since the load rating is so high that after a year of running on them I can barely see any tread loss, 17000 miles. I had ATs on my jeep before and got stuck many times in the back woods gumbo of South Arkansas, now I just crawl right on through it and only look back to see if my buddy with his H2 and super swampers is getting out the winch controller. These tires are awsome for a light toyota or jeep and crawl through places my four-wheeler can't.
 

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Dayton Timberline MT tires

Hey guys listen, I know that not alot of people have been talking much on these tires but they are awesome tires. To tell you the truth and "knock on wood", I have not been stuck yet. My tires are small too 30x9.50x15 on a s10 chevy blazer 4x4. You can only imagine what the big boys do.
 

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Im running the dayton timberline MTs. I have 265/75 16s on my 02 Z71 and they are awesome! We just recently had snow where i live and i didnt have to use four wheel drive one time matter of fact i havent used four wheel drive yet with them on. i paid a pretty penny for them where im from but they are worth it i have only rode 5000 miles on them but still they havent worn any. i fully recommend them to anybody out there that is a four wheeler or just a hunter.
 

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my dad put a set of 285-75-16 on his new duramax and couldnt be happier with them. They are awsome on the road,mud, and snow. An for the company thing, they are exactly like a firestone destination m/t. The only difference is a the direction in the center lug.
 

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Road noise

How is the road noise compared to other mud terrains like BFG or MTRS?
 

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ive got them on my H3. 33's. they are great. the only thing i HATE is at 60mph and above, you cnat turn the radio up enough to drown out the noise. and its not like is a low drone, its a high pitch scream. it sucks. but they are killer off road.
 

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ive got them on my H3. 33's. they are great. the only thing i HATE is at 60mph and above, you cnat turn the radio up enough to drown out the noise. and its not like is a low drone, its a high pitch scream. it sucks. but they are killer off road.
closer pics plz
 

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ive always wonderd about the timberline mt... i know the firestone destination mt is bad ass so if the the timberline is anything close than for the money it seems it would be an awesome buy..
 

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i love my timberline mt's excellent offroad
and great on the road also, the freeway is noisy but they're mt's duh...
handle wet pavement with hardley any slipping at all.
got them for $150 a piece, for 256/75/16's:cool:



im stuck in that last pic, but heck i only got a prerunner
 

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i love my timberline mt's excellent offroad
and great on the road also, the freeway is noisy but they're mt's duh...
handle wet pavement with hardley any slipping at all.
got them for $150 a piece, for 256/75/16's:cool:



im stuck in that last pic, but heck i only got a prerunner

same ones and same size i have on my taco :D

have had them on for about almost 2 years now and have put about 45k miles on them. GREAT TIRE!!!!
 
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