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All terrain tire recommendations?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by AlexM102017, Jul 15, 2018.

  1. Jul 15, 2018 at 6:01 PM
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    AlexM102017

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    hey guys im looking for suggestions, i want to put some good all terrain tires on my 2014 limited. I dont want to level or lift it just yet. I wanted some feed back on good all terrains that can fit
     
  2. Jul 15, 2018 at 8:50 PM
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    I'm probably gonna do Michelin LTX AT2 265/70/17
     
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    I’ve been very happy with my General Grabber AT2’s since putting them on. I went with the stock 265/70-17 and have a 1” lift in the front.
     
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    I Like the Toyo Open Country.
     
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    Toyo Open Country A/T2 or BF Goodwrich KO2
     
  6. Jul 16, 2018 at 9:09 AM
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    @JBTRD would they fit my stock suspension on my limited?
     
  7. Jul 16, 2018 at 9:12 AM
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    Yes, any tire will fit as long as it is the correct size
     
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  8. Jul 16, 2018 at 9:44 AM
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    @JBTRD okay perfect. I was just a little concerned about rubbing. But i will look into those two tire brands you told me about. Thank you
     
  9. Jul 16, 2018 at 12:01 PM
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    Looks like to fit the 245/60/20 if i am correct on limited stock tire size, Toyo is the only brand that makes a decent off-road tire in that size. Now my question is what kind of off roading are you planning on, i would suggest finding some TRD Pro rims or trd off road rims and running the stock 265/70/17 size, much easier to find a tire, and the tire is cheaper. Plus better for off-raoding and airing down if needed.
     
  10. Jul 16, 2018 at 12:48 PM
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    Its my daily so i drive a lot of higheay. But also hit the beach every weekend and go off rosd about two times a month. And i was thinking about getting stock trd wheels.
     
  11. Jul 16, 2018 at 1:06 PM
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    I would suggest getting trd rims, the pros would look good full time, or if you wanted you could get some trd off road rims and put tires on and switch them out when you plan on off roading and keep your highway tires on your 20s. I have seen some people go that option.
     
  12. Jul 16, 2018 at 1:10 PM
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    Do you know any good websites with good pricing on wheels?
     
  13. Jul 16, 2018 at 1:32 PM
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    Ebay is good place to buy trd pro rims and for trd off road, find someone who only has 2-3k miles on there old ones trying to sell. IMO the pro wheels look pretty nice

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  14. Jul 16, 2018 at 1:34 PM
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    Damn those look good on the limited. Thats the same color i have!!
     
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    There is a black limited down where i live with a lift and black trd pro wheels that looks really good. I think in the pic those are either the gold or silver pro rims its hard to tell
     
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    Alex, we also have a Galactic Gray Mica (dark gray) 4R Limited. We tow our snowmobiles to the mountains, boats to the lakes, and frequently travel cross-country getting us in treacherous mountain passes, but mostly drive city streets and interstates. 23 months ago we had Michelin LTX M/S installed. We've since put 27,000+ miles on them and they still look new! With 23,901 miles on them the dealership measured the tread depth at still having 10/32. While these aren't all-terrain, they have deep tread, and serve us well. Obviously we aren't mudding or off-roading up mountains in a Limited.
    Our youngest son lived in south-central Wyoming where it snows almost daily and the wind blows strong enough to flip semi-trucks. He's a hunter and outdoors sportsman, and takes his Ford pickup places that I wouldn't dream of taking a new vehicle! He had BF Goodrich KO2 installed. The tires got him around in the sandy soil, mud and snow, but wear quickly on dry payment. Don't expect 60K miles out of A/T tires!
     
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  17. Jul 16, 2018 at 5:21 PM
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    @TaxMan i appreciate that info a lot. I will weigh all my options
     
  18. Jul 16, 2018 at 5:51 PM
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    I don’t have a limited like OP but love the gray TRD wheels with the BF Goodrich KO2- my buddy has a MGM pro w the black wheels w same tires- both set ups look and drive great.

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    Those LTX M/S last forever, had a pair on a 99 4runner got 93k out of them. But you can get over 60k on aggressive A/T tires but you have to rotate them every 5k and not slack on it.
     
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    I’m on my third set of BFG A/T T/As and have gotten about 60k per set so far. I take the rig way back in the sticks regularly and pull a trailer sometimes. Keep ‘em aired properly and rotated and they do great.
     
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    If you want OEM Toyota then http://trdparts4u.toyotaofdallas.com/Scripts/default.asp is a solid choice. I've bought wheels from them and they are genuine, fairly cheap, and ship super fast.

    My druthers for AT tires with a more street bias but which still kick ass in most off road settings are the Firestone Destination AT and the Cooper Discoverer AT3. Everyone has a different opinion, though. My Destinations have taken me from 4 lane interstate across America to Imogene and Black Bear Passes; and my Discoverers got me to Alaska and up the Dalton in inclement weather. Both are fantastic choices but they don't get the bro love because you don't look like a nipple knobbed bad ass with them.
     
  22. Jul 19, 2018 at 11:06 AM
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    Thank you all for your input. Will put picture up after i get the set up
     
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    I am running Toyo RT on my taco. They are not a true AT tire but a hybrid. They are great on wet/dry pavement and are not loud. They are great offroad too. Rotate every 5k miles and guys are getting >50k miles out of them.

    I don’t think I will ever run an AT tire again.
     
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    Thank you! Much appreciated as I have been considering Toyo OC and Nitto TG
     
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    I ran Nitto Terra graps for years, they are a good tire but wear down quickly, same with trail graps. I really loved the trails but they are just soooo expensive and don’t last long enough on a DD, IMO. I would def reccomend the toyo’s If you are going to spend the money for one of the ‘top’ tire brands.

    Your rig is a gem btw.
     
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    I have Toyo Open Country AT2's on my rig. 285/70/17.... They're awesome. Great for off-road and a smooth, quiet ride on the road. Not as noisy as the other options you'll find out there.
     
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    Thanks TO'TA! She's coming along. Never ending process, ha.

    I looked up the Toyo RTs you mentioned, gorgeous tire, though it seems 285 is the only option in 17. I'll need and therefore am considering a 3/2 lift... shoot who am I kidding, its just a matter of time... and $2K! Like a drug, cant say no to T4R Mods.

    Its likely going to come down to which Toyo do I choose? AT2 and your RTs
     
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    I think the RTs are E load only in our sizes? Otherwise looks boss.
     
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