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Aloha Guys,
Just wondering is you guys had any opinion or personal experiences with the Toyo Tire MT open country. You know anyonw that have it and how do they like it or how do you like the tire? I was looking at it because I lilke the odd size of 13.50 width. Thanks for the feed back guys and hope to get some replies...
 

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makana said:
Aloha Guys,
Just wondering is you guys had any opinion or personal experiences with the Toyo Tire MT open country. You know anyonw that have it and how do they like it or how do you like the tire? I was looking at it because I lilke the odd size of 13.50 width. Thanks for the feed back guys and hope to get some replies...
I was going to get that tire before I changed my lift plans and found out the cost. From what I heard they're good and should last a while. I talked to a guy that has them on his 4Runner. I think he bought the set I had requested at REX tire. He said that it was good ran straight even for a 37x14.50 and it wasn't louder than a BFG. Looks good but I'm not sure how it would last.
 

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they are def on the expensive side, but Toyo really has been putting their name out their as far as advertising in all the 4x4 mags and sponsoring rockcrawling.
They have been getting good reviews for a long time
I recomend ProComp MTs, def not as expensive or Wrangler MTRs
 

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makana said:
Aloha Guys,
Just wondering is you guys had any opinion or personal experiences with the Toyo Tire MT open country. You know anyonw that have it and how do they like it or how do you like the tire? I was looking at it because I lilke the odd size of 13.50 width. Thanks for the feed back guys and hope to get some replies...
Randy at AOR is the guy to talk to!
http://www.aor4x4.com/
see bottom of page!

They are easily the best designed and executed aggressive off road tire...Nitto's MT is made by Toyo and are really good as well. They will both be expanding the sizing available in the near future!

the Toyo factory siping is well executed, the MTs will out last the other brands factory set up and you don't have to go get them cut and siped like TSL and the other brands to have a round and balanced tire. The Goodyear MTR is well manufactured but has no siping from the factory...

I think the Toyo will not let you down...I've owned many sets of the open country line...when I need to get a larger aggressive off road tire it will be the Open Country MT's
 

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they are heavy tires. Even heavier than most swamper. I was going to buy them in that same 37" size but found out that they were close to a 100pds per tire. I actually think it was 94pds or something. But I ended up getting dick cepek kevlar fun country's really light tires for the size but they aren't cheap either. I paid $ 364.00 per itre for 38x15.50x15's. But they only weight 80pds a tire.
 

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I ran the Toyo Open Country ATs for nearly 50K miles. They are great tires. My only reservation is they get louder on the road as they wear. The dealer recommended the type of tires I have now and I am extremely pleased with them.

I can vouch for the quality of Toyo tires for you.
 

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I am running 37x13.5R22's on my 03 4Runner and love the Toyo M/T's to death. As stated, they are super heavy, in my case about 110lbs a tire as a 10 ply radial. Probably most surprising is how quiet they are at high speeds, as well as how smooth the ride is as well. I would recommend them to anyone, hands down my favorite on the market right now, coupled with the nitto mud grapplers. Pics dont do the M/T any justice, as the sidewalls are plain nasty with the big lugs. Hope this helps.

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i acutally just ordered me a set of the 33x13.50 and i cannot wait until i get them! sadly though they are back ordered right now but oh well it is worth the wait. anyways i ordered mine from a site called www.onlinetires.com and they only wanted $622.46 for all FOUR tires SHIPPED!!! which i thought was a deal. it was only $140 per tire plus $62.46 for shipping. so yea check them out. especially cuz Leschwab (spelling?) wanted $865 for the same tires!!!!!!!!
 
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