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dawhitesJKU 04-22-2013 12:48 PM

Toyo AT2 Thread
 
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Recently many have been asking about these tires. Since they are basically new to the market, there has not been so many reviews on them on their performance offroad.

From my experience with them, they have been the most quietest, if not the quitest tires i have ever owned and they are my first a/t tire. My street tires from previous vehicles i owned in the past were much louder.

Appearance - its just a combination of beauty and strength. Aggressive tread pattern and broad shoulders.

Size/Weight...i'm gonna list the most current sizes the community uses as well as their lightest tire per size. There are 15' tires, but the 33's or even 35's aren't listed and i'm not sure if they make em in that size.

Warranty - 65k for the P rated, and 50k on LT.

LT285/75/16 E 52.9lbs
LT295/75/16 E 63.7lbs
LT305/70/16 E 67.9lbs
LT315/75/16 E 71.7lbs

P285/70/17 48lbs
LT285/70/17 E 50.5lbs
35x12.5 E 69.9lbs

LT285/75/18 E 65lbs
35x12.5/18 E 80.7lbs

Price - Of course pricing varies, but to give u a rundown of prices and perspectives for 285/70/17, duratracs are around 270, falken wild peaks 200, and toyo at2 220.

If you have toyo at2, please feel free to comment and add your own reviews.

Pictures do not do the tire any justice. It looks more bulky and aggressive in person.

CarolinaBound 04-22-2013 01:15 PM

Subbin'.

Seginus 04-22-2013 04:04 PM

I think the most recent issue of JP magazine had a section on several different tires and from what I remember they liked that one a lot.

MacCTD 04-22-2013 07:16 PM

What size are the tires in the pictures?
You can get the P285/70/17s for less than $180 a tire.
I have the P285/70/17 Open Country A/Ts for about a year now and they are great.

dawhitesJKU 04-22-2013 07:39 PM

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Originally Posted by macctd (Post 3669528)
what size are the tires in the pictures?
You can get the p285/70/17s for less than $180 a tire.
I have the p285/70/17 open country a/ts for about a year now and they are great.

285/70/17.

Fscottkennedy 04-22-2013 10:45 PM

I was just about to pull the trigger on some Duratracs... Would love to see some more pictures of the ATII's on some rigs if anyone has them.

jadmt 04-22-2013 10:47 PM

I have them in 285/75-16 and like them a lot. very smooth and quiet even tho they are e rated. Have been excellent in snow and ice. Anyone that thinks E rated tires are harsh has not tried these.
http://i743.photobucket.com/albums/x...psec580460.jpg

dawhitesJKU 04-22-2013 11:04 PM

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This is when I first got em. Too much armor all for my taste.

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HK_Runner 04-22-2013 11:32 PM

If my Hankook ATs ever wear out on my 4Runner, I may get these. Not getting E-rated though...ever, though they come in lots of sizes in P.

cokey4237 04-23-2013 12:29 PM

I've been stalking these tires for almost a month now. I haven't heard/read one bad thing about them. I'm fairly certain ill be pulling the trigger on a 285/75/18 tire. It's 34.8 inches in height and 11.5 inches wide. Just awaiting my tax returns along with the wife's permission. Lol

dawhitesJKU 04-23-2013 12:42 PM

^i'm hoping it stays that way. Jadmt said its awesome on ice/ and snow. I wonder how it does on other terrain.

cokey4237 04-23-2013 12:53 PM

http://youtu.be/60SGC8KH6Tc is a quick vid and some info on the tire itself.

dawhitesJKU 04-23-2013 01:29 PM

^yeah i've seen that several times. I like the video, however I try to stay away from those marketing style youtube videos. They do everything to try and catch your attention. I prefer real people giving reviews.

cokey4237 04-23-2013 01:55 PM

Which true, that's their intent. I've read a few pages of reviews. Tried to seek out jeep owners and only found a handful. However each one said they would buy the tire again. I caught mostly Toyota/dodge/ford pickups on the reviews.
The only person to say they wouldn't buy them again, never rotated them. Because he mentioned the right rear tire was worn out more than the rest.

dawhitesJKU 04-23-2013 02:07 PM

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Originally Posted by cokey4237 (Post 3672974)
Which true, that's their intent. I've read a few pages of reviews. Tried to seek out jeep owners and only found a handful. However each one said they would buy the tire again. I caught mostly Toyota/dodge/ford pickups on the reviews.
The only person to say they wouldn't buy them again, never rotated them. Because he mentioned the right rear tire was worn out more than the rest.

If i plan on spending money on tires, especially tires for my jeep (5), i'm gonna rotate that sumb*tch.

cokey4237 04-23-2013 03:28 PM

^No kidding. Because I'm close with someone who runs a tire place. I'm probably just gonna have him change my oil and rotate them at the same time. Saves me some time. So I can play a round of golf and hit the trails on the weekend, rather than choose one over the other that day.

dawhitesJKU 05-09-2013 05:27 PM

finally, offroad reviews are in. Review Toyo Tire Open Country All-Terrain II: Off-Road.com

these were tested on a "p-metric" tire.

cokey4237 05-09-2013 05:46 PM

Awesome.. I'm putting an order in for 5 of them tonight after I pay some bills. Lol

dawhitesJKU 05-09-2013 06:11 PM

either P metric or LT, you won't be disappointed.

PowderHunt 05-13-2013 01:17 PM

Does anyone have a pic of the 285/75/R18s? By the end of the week I'm pulling the trigger but I'd love to know how these look on a wrangler. I've google them and seen a couple examples but mostly pickups, I just want to avoid a pizza cutter look. Thanks guys.

dawhitesJKU 05-13-2013 03:20 PM

^The tires will just look an inch 1/2 or two taller than the 285/70/17. Maybe u can be the first to post by the end if the week.

cokey4237 05-15-2013 10:58 AM

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I went with the 285/75/18's (35x11.5) they are massive. Should have them on in a few weeks. I might call out sick just to get it done.
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dawhitesJKU 05-15-2013 12:19 PM

wow the sidewalls on the bigger sizes are more beefed up. very nice. You'll definitely love their performance.

cokey4237 05-16-2013 06:11 PM

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wow the sidewalls on the bigger sizes are more beefed up. very nice. You'll definitely love their performance.

Yeah, they really are.. when i saw it in a smaller size (32ish) on a toyota i was a little hesitant because I want some (beef) but nothing that's gonna be humming unbearably on the hwy
I really can't wait. Every morning I get my clothes from my laundry room and all I see are my spacers and tires just sitting there. Lift is finally arriving tomorrow.

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Glad I'm going 3 inches lol

dawhitesJKU 05-16-2013 06:20 PM

cokey i just saw ur post on a different thread. seems like u spent quite a bit of money this week:thumb:

cokey4237 05-16-2013 06:46 PM

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cokey i just saw ur post on a different thread. seems like u spent quite a bit of money this week:thumb:

Yes sir!!,
The lift I ordered over a month ago. The shocks I wanted were in back order :weak: my goal was to have it all done for my 5th year anniversary(memorial day)with the wifey, she said I could do it but its her gift to me.((ill take it))

Fscottkennedy 05-18-2013 07:06 AM

There are three types of Toyo ATII'S, P, LT and Extreme. The Extreme series have larger side lugs and deeper tread. So if you want the more aggressive looking tire you have to order one of the Extreme sizes.

cokey4237 05-30-2013 07:28 PM

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Sitting in the man cave, pondering if I should take Friday/sat off, to get these lift and tires on they are taking up too much space

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dawhitesJKU 05-30-2013 08:54 PM

those tires are huge

it_felt_so_good 05-30-2013 09:41 PM

I just ordered myself the same tires in 35x12.50 for 18's. They'll be sitting around my place for a while too because the lift won't get installed until mid-June. Lol.


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