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Im back 2 years later with 36,000 miles on them on my 99 f150 2door long bed 4x4. Tire size is 315/75r16 and they are wearing great! I have atleast half tred left and they are wearing smooth and even. I balance and rotate them every 3000 miles and do a alignment every 6 and that seems to be the trick. Il get at least 60,000 out of these if not more. So thats crazy good for any offroad tire esp a mt. Well worth the money great buy for anyone who has a daily driver who wants the more aggressive look and good traction on every terrain and a smooth quiet ride that will last. Great job toyo 👍
Product Details: "Toyo Open Country Mud Terrain MT Tire" by Editor - posted: Tue January 30, 2007 - Rating: ******** 8.02

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I have a 1999 f150 2 door long bed 4x4. I have 315/75r16, ( 35x12.50r16) I just twisted my torsion bars 2 in so its level and that's it not lift kit or nothing. I rub some on the passenger side that's it. I have about 4-5 k on them and so far there great. They ride very smooth and quiet, handel great on dry and wet roads, do good in mud and sand. No rock or snow yet I live in texas and it don't snow in my part. The tires are kinda heavy 76lbs per tire in my size. But nothing to cry over. Yes I lost mileage but my 5.4 v8 eats gas in my driveway. Il get atleast 40k out of them if not more. Got mine at discount tire for 295 a tire and after warranty and tax and all els they were 1, 350 $ . Not bad at all for a toyo mt in 35 in. It was very affordable to me. They look sick and have great traction and wear so far. Now there not a super aggressive mt like a bogger so yeah you can go through 10 feet of mud but for a daily driver that sees mostly highway and that wants a bad ass tire that performs in all terrain very well, get these. Bj balwin races these in the baja and loves them. That's one thing that sold me.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Toyo Open Country Mud Terrain MT Tire" by Editor - posted: Tue January 30, 2007 - Rating: ******** 8.02

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