toyo mud terrains


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i bought these tires for too much. im running 35x12.50r17 on a 06 chebby silverado with the 4.3 and they turn easy. but....
heres my ratings
1-worst/loud
5-best/quiet

pavement-4
dry dirt-4
wet dirt-4
wet pavement-4
mud-3.5
self-cleaning-4
noise- ill say 2.5 or 3. i never ran muds before. based on expectations noise level goes down after about 10-12k miles(for me anyway) theyre about 3.5-4

summery:
overall good tire. looks nice but pricey
 
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ya know i'm kinda curious how they hold up mile wise... i'm thinking about getting some, 35x13.5x15, and i'd prefer to not have to buy another set of tires in 25,000 miles haha
 

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Every guy i know with the toyo mud terrains on their 1/2 or 3/4 ton truck have worn fast. they like the BFG MT/R alot better for quality and there cheaper
 

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well, the noise goes down after you break em in
 

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They're doing pretty well on my Ranger, about 25'000kms and still at least 60% tread left.

And that's about 80% on-road mileage.
 

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i have heard they are on the softer side for a tire, the bfg and others hold up better to the road milage
 

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Yeah except that pretty much the only place they hold up. Every one I know that has run them off road says they chunk out and just get chewed up...
 

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We use a lot of tires at my work with racing in the desert and on our chase trucks. Were sponsored by BFG on our trophy trucks and they are hands down the best tires, i have no complents. They have long life and hook up anywhere anytime. But on my personal truck i am running ProComp x-treme all terrians, for the price i dont think you could a better tire. ProComp makes a very good tire, they have serval differnet styles now and are often on sale.
 

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Well, time to finish my review. 2 of the tires wore out (spinning and bad alignment which reduced their the tread by a 1/3 or so) but those have lasted me 30k and probably have another 2-5k left; just not much traction in mud. Mostly highway and some offroading and were still quiet (compared to the BFG tires that replaced them). The other 2 on the front, I expect another 20k at least. Replaced the worn out ones with a pair of BFG KM2s
 

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2 years, 30k miles. expensive tires for sure, but if they let you have lots of fun, never got you stuck, and kept you going straight down the road, then it's all good.
just my $.02.
 


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