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General 4x4 Discussion General discussion and questions that would apply to all makes.

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Old 10-16-2015, 10:56 PM
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3500 truck tires 35"

What are you guys running on your onetone? My BFG KO's are toast after 50,000 MI. Loved them but they are discontinued. So far I have had one bad review on the new KO2's.
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Old 10-17-2015, 12:16 AM
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Old 10-17-2015, 04:11 AM
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i got the nitto trail grapplers . they work pretty good but seem to be on the soft side. im sure a diesel kill them even faster.
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That's the prob most of the tires up that size are soft an
Don't last
Pimp it out and run some super single truck wheels in a 22
Or 24 then you will be a PIMPDADDy
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I have Mickey Thompson MTZ's on mine. 200k on the truck on my 3rd set, usually get around 70k per set. Mickey Thompson has changed the tread pattern for this year so I am thinking of changing to Toyo Open Countries they were made for BC Alberta terrain and tested and developed by Toyo in Northern BC so I am thinking of changing not sure if they will wear as good as the Mickey Thompsons though. B grooved a set of Mickey Thompson's for me once ask him how hard they are
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Just put the KO2 on my truck. The amount I drive I'll give you a review in a year or two
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What most run in the oil patch and tough as nails. Toyo M55


If you want the toughest tire call up to Kal tire in Fort Nelson. Ask what the work trucks run

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Anyone with the Wrangler Duratrac? probably too soft eh.



I'll check on those Toyos
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Had duratraks on last truck. Awesome tire just too soft didn't last long
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Anyone with the Wrangler Duratrac? probably too soft eh.



I'll check on those Toyos
They work good on my 4000 lbs. One ton might wear too fast
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have the Open Country Muds on mine loved em for gravel towing tons of traction and tough as fawk. Ripped a valve stem out once had no spare with me drove 11k out on the flat put a valve stem back in and it is still on the truck. I have about 60 k on mine and it is time to replace.
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What most run in the oil patch and tough as nails. Toyo M55


If you want the toughest tire call up to Kal tire in Fort Nelson. Ask what the work trucks run
I've looked befor and I believe sizes are limited in the m55 or I would but them only heard good things about them.
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385 crap tire for KO2 might as well
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385 crap tire for KO2 might as well
Dalton at TiresPlus in Mission charges the same price for both the Toyo Open Country MT's and the Mickey Thompson MTZ's I will be sticking with the Mickey Thompsons
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