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Is there anybody who runs these tires? I do not do any serious off roading, just looking for a new set of tires and looking for some feedback on them.
 

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I put them on my towrig, in the 295/75/16 size. I've only had them a month, but they seem to be very nice on road. They suck in mud, or maybe my diesel towrig is just too heavy. Oh yeah, these tires are inexpensive too.
 

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I have the LT265/75/16 load range D on my Taco. They look great and ride great with very little road noise. I have had them for almost a year, about 12k miles, and the tread still looks brand new. They have gotten me thru sand, mud, and snow when aired down properly.
 

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thanks for the replys

Thanks for the responses fellas. I went and placed a order for the tires. I am going to leave feedback on them after i see how they ride.
 

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Yeah, please do. I was considering them as well. They look pretty good, but the only one's I've seen are much bigger ones. I'm worried that a smaller size won't look as aggressive or work as well as a much larger version.
 

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Well i got some tires in today. They look great. I would have them mounted and on by now but only 3 came in. Gotta love that fedex. Pics will be posted then.
 

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mattstaco said:
wht size did you order. just wondering
285/75/16. I could not bring myself to buy the 265's. With the aftermarket rims 3.5 inches of lift and a lil pinch weld hopefully there wont be to much rubbing.
 

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daylight

Good pics will have to wait to the weekend so i will be home to take them in the daylight. its usually dark by the time i get off work.
 

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seanak198 said:
Is there anybody who runs these tires? I do not do any serious off roading, just looking for a new set of tires and looking for some feedback on them.
I've never run Nitto's on a truck, but I have on my car. They sucked big time for wet traction. I did get about 60K out of them though. All in all I don't know any one that runs a Nitto "performance" tire and likes it. You probably better off sticking with BFG, Goodyear.
 

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ITR1275 said:
I've never run Nitto's on a truck, but I have on my car. They sucked big time for wet traction. I did get about 60K out of them though. All in all I don't know any one that runs a Nitto "performance" tire and likes it. You probably better off sticking with BFG, Goodyear.
Yeah, you are a real bright on giving that advice.
How in the HELL can you compare a car tire to a truck tire.

How about trying this, keep your mouth shut unless you actually have experience in what the topic is about, novel concept aye?
:stfu:
 

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wet traction

I drove around all day in the rain today, probly got over 5 inches, and could not break the back end loose or spin the tires. So wet traction is not an issue.
 

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ITR1275 said:
I've never run Nitto's on a truck, but I have on my car. They sucked big time for wet traction. I did get about 60K out of them though. All in all I don't know any one that runs a Nitto "performance" tire and likes it. You probably better off sticking with BFG, Goodyear.
I can actually vouch for that statement. Before I got my Taco, I had a little sports cars with the Nitto Extreme 450 Tires on it. They were squirrly when wet, but I got 50k out of them and drove them hard.
But I agree that this is comparing apples to oranges in this case, and Nitto's truck tire is awesome.
 
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