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#5658880 - 03/19/15 02:47 PM Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7?
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Looking for a new set of tires for my 2013 Ram 2500 Megacab 4x4. I have ran Michelin's on all my previous diesels but the guy at tire shop tried to sell me on the Toyo open country AT's. Has anyone had any experience with these?
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#5658917 - 03/19/15 03:12 PM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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I haven't ran them on a diesel, although the 2015 powerstroke are coming with them from factory. I have ran the Toyo Open Country AT2 on my Z71. They are very aggressive looking for a AT tire. Just make sure they are the "Extreme " sizes.

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#5659302 - 03/19/15 07:10 PM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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I have Toyo Open Country AT2's on my F250 and they are awesome. No road noise like you get with Nitto's and the Toyo's put Nitto to shame in the wear category. I've got 50k+ miles on my Toyo's now and should have no problem getting another 20-30k more.
And for the record about 1/3 of my milage is pulling a trailer of some kind the biggest weighs about 12k lbs.


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#5659323 - 03/19/15 07:30 PM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: thewrap]
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Originally Posted By: thewrap
I have Toyo Open Country AT2's on my F250 and they are awesome. No road noise like you get with Nitto's and the Toyo's put Nitto to shame in the wear category. I've got 50k+ miles on my Toyo's now and should have no problem getting another 20-30k more.
And for the record about 1/3 of my milage is pulling a trailer of some kind the biggest weighs about 12k lbs.


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#5659854 - 03/20/15 08:00 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: BOBO the Clown]
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I run the MTs on one of my Cummins and the ATs on another. Been good tires and I have ran dam near every brand on my trucks. These have been right at the top overall.
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#5659968 - 03/20/15 09:05 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: GUTIT]
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Originally Posted By: GUTIT
I run the MTs on one of my Cummins and the ATs on another. Been good tires and I have ran dam near every brand on my trucks. These have been right at the top overall.


I have had great luck with them...They came on the 15 and just stuck em on the 12...Good Tires
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#5660104 - 03/20/15 10:25 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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Cant go wrong with a Toyo. IMO, best tires being made right now.
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#5669676 - 03/25/15 10:39 PM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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Registered: 11/07/06
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Only got 25K on my last set of Toyo MT's on my F-350. Will not buy again. $1600 for 25k is not good math. It wasn't so much tread wear as it was balancing issues and 2 becoming out of round.
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#5669852 - 03/26/15 07:15 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: JustWingem]
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Originally Posted By: JustWingem
Only got 25K on my last set of Toyo MT's on my F-350. Will not buy again. $1600 for 25k is not good math. It wasn't so much tread wear as it was balancing issues and 2 becoming out of round.


Sorry for your bad experience. This is the first I've heard of Toyo muds causing issue. I know a TON of folks running Toyo muds from 33" to 40" without any issue.

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#5669914 - 03/26/15 07:55 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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That's crappy to hear Mark, I got 43k out of mine on a diesel pulling trailers. I guess everybody's due to make a bad batch once in a while. The summertime skinnies are on for now but I've got a set of 295's coming for my other rims before dove season.

FWIW when my tire guy sold me on the M/T's he told me he would prorate my next set if I didn't get 40 out of them.
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#5669995 - 03/26/15 08:33 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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decoy

Registered: 04/19/07
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Loc: Metroplex
I've never ran the MT's but have three sets of AT 2. In fact 2015 F250's I think they are part of the fx4 package.

My favorites is the Toyo AT with close second being the Duratrac

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#5670070 - 03/26/15 09:20 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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I figured the AT's were just as good, I've got a set of '12 factory takeoffs on now with michelins, but once these are done in the next couple of summers I may have to switch to the AT. I just can't afford to not have whatever help I can get during hunting season, these goats don't like the muck
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#5670109 - 03/26/15 09:47 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: Ramball36]
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Originally Posted By: Ramball36
I figured the AT's were just as good, I've got a set of '12 factory takeoffs on now with michelins, but once these are done in the next couple of summers I may have to switch to the AT. I just can't afford to not have whatever help I can get during hunting season, these goats don't like the muck


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#5670119 - 03/26/15 09:51 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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They better be as good as advertised by you slaps. Bought a set to go on Joshua's 1/2 ton 4wheel drive. My pocket hurts, but they have to last longer than the BFG M/T.
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#5670147 - 03/26/15 10:09 AM Re: Toyo Tires on Ram 2500 6.7? [Re: hookemhorns]
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They'll go 50k on that truck James. If I still had any tread left on mine in January them I wouldn't have needed your big [censored] on my tailgate to get outta the field
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