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B 4 this winter I'll need new rubber...

Now git yer mind outta the gutter.

My truck, she'll need new tires.

Getting near the EOL of my factory tires.
Has 20" wheels.



Any suggestions of what I should get next?
I am leaning towards something that has a bit of a bite for some minor off-roading that won't seriously negate my fuel mileage.
Good on hwy, city, wet, dry (don't want to loose my ride for accidentally spinning my wheels)

What cha got and why'd ya get them? If ya got a pic, post it, let's see yer rubber!

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-13-2008, 07:20 PM
 
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My 20's are stock goodyear rubber, dont get them, they suck. I rec. a toyo open country at, michlen ltx m/s. My replacements for my truck will be the toyo's they are a great tire.

http://www.toyo.com/docs/tires/tires...=lgt-suv-truck

http://www.michelinman.ca/overview/ltx_m_s/27.html

I have installed lots of both and are very good wearing tires and offer excellent traction.
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Toyo are great but so is BFG AT
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I have a set of toyo open country m/t's that i actually use in winter, they arent amazign on ice but they tear it up in the snow and slush and everything, i used them last winter without a problem.

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I would suggest BFG A/T KO's or Toyo A/T's or Nitto Terra grappler's witch are even made by Toyo in the same plant

any of those are great choices that i couldn't see you being disappointed with

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-17-2008, 06:19 PM
 
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micky thompson baja at, i just got them for my truck, and i love em,, its hard finding an 18" tire with an agressive tread,, they say 20" are easier,,
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