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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-15-2008, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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Interco TrXus M/T

Anyone have any experience with these?? I'm thinking of getting them in a 265 75 16. $1150 mounted, balanced, taxes, everything at kal tire.

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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-15-2008, 11:20 PM
 
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From what I have seen they dont last very long but that is on bigger trucks than yours.
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Ya I've heard that too. I've read mixed reviews, but really no more than any other tire.

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IMO Toyo has the same size in a open country M/t, I cannot say anything bad about these tires, they are awesome, check it out and check other forums, everybody loves them!!!
http://www.toyo.com/docs/tires/tires...egory=off-road
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I didn't even think about those. They look awesome. Probably won't hum as bad and should wear better. What about the cost difference tho?? I always thought that Toyo's were pricey, I guess you get what you pay for though. I'll look into those for sure.
edit: they don't look as bada$$ as the trXus though

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I bought them for my F350 when I lifted it, I didnt even price Intercos out after all that I heard of Toyos, I bought them and couldnt belive how good of a tire they are, even if they cost more they are worth it. Here is a pic of my tires

they were 35" and sweet tires, once my stockers on my new truck wear out this is what I am getting again
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I take back the bada$$ comment. Those look awesome!!

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Thanks, I miss that truck the most out of everthing I have owned.
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I think those look nice but I steer clear of Toyo, Bad experiences with them getting flats way to easy or damage to the sidewalls, we blew 5 out of 14 toyo Open country MT's in less then a year, my boss wanted to see how they would do. I have had gouges out of BFG Mud's and they didn't even loose air, never had a flat with BFG's that's all we use for our work trucks before and from now on....Can't really judge the Mickey Thompson's yet only had them like 6 Months. Any other tire I wouldn't be able to say because I haven't tried them


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I think those look nice but I steer clear of Toyo, Bad experiences with them getting flats way to easy or damage to the sidewalls, we blew 5 out of 14 toyo Open country MT's in less then a year, my boss wanted to see how they would do. I have had gouges out of BFG Mud's and they didn't even loose air, never had a flat with BFG's that's all we use for our work trucks before and from now on....Can't really judge the Mickey Thompson's yet only had them like 6 Months. Any other tire I wouldn't be able to say because I haven't tried them
hmm... interesting... anyone else have tis prob???

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