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Old 12-19-2017, 07:52 AM
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Toyo AT E rated tires...

Is the ride on these E rated tires rough? I am about to pull the trigger on a set and I really do not want to do that if they are going to be like riding on bricks. Everything else I see about them seems really good but I am not sure I want to compromise my ride. My jeep is my daily driver. If any of you have these please feel free to provide some feedback. Thanks!!

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I have had several sets of AT2 Toyo in E rating in every size from 265/70-17 on up to 35/12.5-17 and if you run proper air pressure they are great. If you pump them up like you would on a heavy truck they will be harsh. run 28psi and they are great.
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Old 12-19-2017, 07:51 PM
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Thanks for the reply. The 305's are close to 34 inches and I think they look pretty decent. Would love to see some pictures of them on jeeps. Google show a lot on trucks.
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An E rated tire will run rough. I had a set on a '05 Dodge Ram Quad cab, and they were pretty damned stiff unless I had a load in it. FWIW, I had a flat after a dump run, unweighted I had no idea that tire wouldn't hold air until the next load.

I can't even get my head around a set on a Jeep, but I run a TJ. Maybe on a built, and loaded JKU. YMMV, and invariably will...
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