Toyo Open Country A/T

XJ01-08

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Does anyone have these? Did you like them? How was the ride quality? Do they do good in the Rain and snow?
 

Motornoggin

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I have them on my 97 Tahoe. I like them. They seem to ride well, make a little more noise than I think they should, but not bad. I like the more squared off shoulder too. They worked well in loose, rocky dirt when I was backing a trailer uphill. I have not had them in the snow yet, but I expect them to be decent. I did get mine siped. I think I would buy them again.
 

Jeep914x4

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My dad runs these on his truck and my sister on her four runner. They ride a hell of a lot better than the stock wranglers my dads truck had.

I don't have pics right now but my pops ran over a wrench and it got stuck in his tire. He drove around for about a month complaining about a clicking noise. Finally I saw the wrench. The tire didn't lose a pound of pressure. I was impressed. I will try and post pics soon.
 

Rob Mayercik

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I'm on my second set (started with stock size, went to 30s a year ago).

Ride is good, and I've not had any complaints in rain or snow except when I got up around 50K on them (the P-metric ones are rated to 50K or 60K). Pretty good off-road too - other than situations where you really need an MT, they're quite effective.

I didn't think that they were noisy at all on the highway - seemed quiet enough to me.

Motornoggin - may I ask why you had them siped, and if there was an appreciable difference after doing so?

Rob
 

KSXJ

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I have them on my 01 tahoe and seem to handle a heavy load well and are pretty quiet on the highway. Rain good, but no snow yet.
 

steveareno

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have them on a Dodge 1/2 ton. Good on road, good in rain, not a mud tire. I would look at the M/T if you kind find a size. Very equal to BFG AT.
 

Motornoggin

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Rob Mayercik said:
Motornoggin - may I ask why you had them siped, and if there was an appreciable difference after doing so?

Rob
I had them siped because all those little edges are supposed to grip much better in rain/snow/ice and we get all three here in OR. It was very cheap, $5-10 per tire. I don't know about the difference it makes, as I had it done when I bought them.
 

bcmaxx

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good all around tire, hold up very well,not something I'd take in the deeper mud they plug up, but even good in the dry snow,wet roads and dry pavement.
 

Jeep914x4

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Ok, here are the pics of the wrench I promised.

I was impressed. My dad drove around with this in his tire for about 3 weeks. Still held air and only indication something was wrong was the "tick, tick, tick" my dad kept complaining about.



 

ahm

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i have these on my 99 xj, 265/75-16 and love them on the road(quiet), sand(never got stuck), and no problems in the mud(w/speed). i had one blow out and had to replace the tire, but i had almost 40,000 on the set. looking to replace soon w/ same tires but not sure on size.
 

MT Mike

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Had a set on an old 85 Nissan 4wd (beater) that lasted for over 60k (rotated every 3k) and absolutely loved them. They performed excellent in everything except heavy gumbo mud. I would buy another set again.
 
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