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Old 02-01-2018, 03:56 PM
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New Mud Tires

It's been a while since I had to worry about getting tires but I'm probably going to get a set within the next few weeks. I'm know toyo used to be the favorite but is it still or is there something better out now. The tires will be on my daily but I only have a 10 mile round trip to work so wear doesn't really bother me. Thanks for any help

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It seems the Goodyear MT/R's are very highly rated, especially if road manners is in the mix. If road manners, noise and price isn't a concern I would consider the Nitto Mud Grapplers. I have been looking/reading for a few weeks as I am also in the market. Price is a concern for me so I will likely go with BFG Mud Terrains unless I can squeeze a few extra pennies for the Goodyears. The Nitto's are definitely out of my budget this go round.

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The new Yokohama Geolandar M/T G003 may be a good option to explore. It rides quieter than the leading M/T and from our experience, performs well all-around.

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Old 02-02-2018, 05:35 PM   #4
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We have had several hundred Yokohama’s on new Dodges be worn slick within 7-10,000 miles on new vehicles with proper alignments in our fleet . I wouldn’t own one ever after seeing that . I’m torn between mastercraft mxt’s and falken MT’s personally . Falkens highly rated in off-road world and Mastercrafts highly rated locally . Word to the wise Kenda Klevers id steer clear of another low mileage quick wearing tire as is Hankook MT. Both of which the local tire shop I’m friends with stopped selling and they’re big Hankook Fans as am I . I have the Hankook ATMs on my Yukon with 30k and a TON of tread left . Some of the bigger name MT’s I’ve kept off my list simply due to price.
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Old 02-13-2018, 01:43 AM   #5
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Cooper STT is a bit similar to Toyo mud tires but less pricey.
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