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Toyo Open Country A/T

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runners (2010+)' started by kk5377, Sep 17, 2016.

  1. Sep 17, 2016 at 10:37 AM
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    Had a blow out and decided to replace all my tires at once. I know nothing about tires but am getting Toyo Open Country A/T tires. Are these good tires?
     
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    Personal preference the Cooper Discoverer AT/3 is a superior tire. I've never been impressed with Toyo A/T's tread life. That's not to say the Toyo A/T's are a bad tire at all, I've ran them on a Chevy Blazer and Silverado without issue.
     
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    I always due a tone of research before buying tires. Go to Tirerack.com and Tread Depot for some reviews.
     
  4. Oct 23, 2016 at 10:32 AM
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    Had Toyo Open Country A/Ts on our '08 Mitsu Outlander. Got 60,000 mi on the first set and sold the car at 90,000 with the 2nd set still looking like new. Never had a flat. Great tires. - Ted
     
  5. Oct 23, 2016 at 11:16 AM
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    I keep hearing the K02's are the way to go from BF Goodrich.
     
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    This September, our new '16 4RT came with Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs. They look quite rugged but has anyone had any experience with them, durability, off-road, etc.? - Ted
     
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    I had KO2's on my Tacoma for about 10,000 miles before I sold it. Loved those tires.

    It came with Duratracs? Was this a special package or dealer installed item?

    I ran Duratracs for 55,000 miles (285/70/17 Load D). They were fantastic tires until the sidewall failed on the highway. I would say their thin sidewalls are their biggest failing.
     
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    PVTPablo: The sales mgr had put the Goodyears in place of whatever came standard. The rig was a demo, but only had 1200 km, about 750 mi on it. Now I'll worry about thin sidewalls, but thanks for the info. We do not do any rock climbing though, just forest service trails and similar off-roads. - Cheers, Ted
     
  9. Oct 24, 2016 at 2:40 PM
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    I have been running Toyo A/T's on my 2014 Tundra Crew Max 4x4 for 2 years now and love them so touch that i actually put the Toyo RT's on my 2016 Trail. In the early years Toyo's had issues now days nothing but fun. Research the tire to what you plan to use it for is key #1. Good luck there are so many good choices.

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  10. Oct 24, 2016 at 7:25 PM
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    Thanks Jerry, I value your opinion. Have a 2106 Tundra double cab and those tires will be excellent for it. Btw, I would put locks on those tires. Send pics of the Tundra.
     
  11. Oct 25, 2016 at 8:44 AM
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    The BFG KO2s are a good choice but pricey, and the Load Es they come in are tough, but harsher ride.

    I've debated Cooper AT3, Duratracs, Falken Wildpeaks A/T3W, and Toyo. I've pretty much narrowed it down to Wildpeaks SL Load 116T for a good mix of Daily + light / medium trails.

    If I were doing harder trails, perhaps the KO2s or the Toyos.

    Money no object? Probably KO2 or Toyos.

    Duratracs are ok, and better than most people say they are, but still nothing special, and I'm not a fan of Goodyear.
     
  12. Oct 25, 2016 at 4:31 PM
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    Hey Palerider here is a pic of my Tundra. The Toyo's work great with or without a load. Weekend trip to Pismo Beach with my kids . Toyota family all the way.

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    Couldn't be more happy with the new ridge grapplers. It comes in C range also which is nice.
     
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    That is beautiful. Love the wheels on your truck.
     
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    Nice. Are they snow rated? I like they stance of your Rig.
     
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    Not sure. I didn't notice a snowflake on the sidewall but most any A/T is going to do well in the snow.
     
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    KO2's come in load range C in 265/70/17. That is what I run and they are awesome. Don't buy load range E, to heavy and way overkill for our 4Runners.
     
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    Wow, that's the exact look I'm going for. What kind of lift do you have? What size ridge grapplers did you end up going with dark knight?
     
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    Falken Wildpeak AT3/W E-Range tires. LT265/70/r17 - Factory suspension, no rub even when stuffed. Ride wasn't noticeably any different going to E-Range.

    Paid $630 to my door with Discount Tire Direct, then another $70 to mount/balance.

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    The Toyo A/Ts are great tires, and get through most terrains with out a problem. As long as you rotate your tires they will last you. Plus toyos have a great 60,000 mile warranty.

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    I have run The toyo's on my tacoma and my old nissan frontier, and loved them. I just switched to the falken wild peak's and am seriously impressed. Snow rated Plus they get a 55k tread life warranty and are much cheaper than the toyo's. That being said, this Toyo RT's look great too.
     
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    how many inch do you have? Did you had any rubbing issues running 285/70R17? Any mods other mods that was done to prevent it from rubbing?
     
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    how many inch lift and any other mods was done to prevent rubbing issues running on 285??
     
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    how many inch lift? Any other mods that was done to prevent 285 tires from rubbing?
     
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    That was my old set up, but i have a 3” lift (both old and new setup). I removed the front mud flaps, and trimmed the front fender and zip tied it to secure it, (the fender liner mod is the better route to go, but i did not know then). Also to accommodate you may need to do body mount chop mod i personally did not, but some may.

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    Why didn't u need to do BMC??
     
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    My shop did a lot of trimming but did not do a full BMC, but in some cases it is better just to do a BMC

    Also depends on your tire, wheels and suspension setup, some vary in the amount needed to be trimmed.
     
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  29. Aug 10, 2018 at 6:46 PM
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    Not when you do a cross country trip with about 25lbs to spare on the GVWR.
     
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