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22,000 Mile Update (Toyo R/T Trail Tires)

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Here's a short video with my updated thoughts on the new Toyo Open Country R/T Trail tire. So far it's been a wonderful tire! (When I filmed this, I was in a bit of a hurry, so excuse the fumbling of words!)
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Thanks Brian, and I'm glad you're making a series of it as this tire is #1 on my future replacement list. I'm currently at 31,000 miles on the factory Goodyear MTs. I may yet pivot off of that though as my rig is 90% daily driver duty.

I contemplated pulling the Goodyear off since so many people were pooping on them, but I held out because for my destinations its been actually a pretty darn good fit. I've had two punctures, both on gravel truck trails. They've taken the more gnarly wheeling just fine. The stone throwing ceased after about 10k miles.

Also: the black diamond wheels look great, IMHO. Might copy you there.
 
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Thanks Brian, and I'm glad you're making a series of it as this tire is #1 on my future replacement list. I'm currently at 31,000 miles on the factory Goodyear MTs. I may yet pivot off of that though as my rig is 90% daily driver duty.

I contemplated pulling the Goodyear off since so many people were pooping on them, but I held out because for my destinations its been actually a pretty darn good fit. I've had two punctures, both on gravel truck trails. They've taken the more gnarly wheeling just fine. The stone throwing ceased after about 10k miles.

Also: the black diamond wheels look great, IMHO. Might copy you there.
The Bronco drives much more "planted" with these tires. Less sway going around corners. I'm guessing it's because of the thicker sidewall. I was VERY pleased with the drivability. As of now, I'll be getting another set of these tires in the future.

I'm REALLY hoping they will come out with a 315x11.5 in the same tire!
 

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These were a top 3 on my list until I noticed they are an E load range only in 37's
 

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I have these tires as well, they have been great for the last 5,000 miles. I will be doing a rotation soon, but wear has been perfect, they balanced very well, and off-road traction is everything I hoped for with these!
I like that they are D rated tires, so perfect area for the Bronco, IMO. Not many D rated tires out there.
 
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I have these tires as well, they have been great for the last 5,000 miles. I will be doing a rotation soon, but wear has been perfect, they balanced very well, and off-road traction is everything I hoped for with these!
I like that they are D rated tires, so perfect area for the Bronco, IMO. Not many D rated tires out there.
Agreed! Love these tires! They need to come out with a 315x11.5!
 

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I've been liking these tires a lot too. Mine are E rated though. Size LT255/80R17. I'm not dissatisfied, it is extremely rocky in Arizona, very sharp rocks on most drives have not given me any trouble. Lots of sand too of course. My milage went from 23.3 with the stock tires to about 21.0 with these, due to the added weight. They weigh 52 lbs. I drive them at about 31 PSI on the street, and 19 PSI off road if needed.

I've spent several days off road in King of Arizona, and in off road areas near Chaco for a week. In addtion to the very rough roads around home, every week. Total confidence building tires.
 
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I've been liking these tires a lot too. Mine are E rated though. Size LT255/80R17. I'm not dissatisfied, it is extremely rocky in Arizona, very sharp rocks on most drives have not given me any trouble. Lots of sand too of course. My milage went from 23.3 with the stock tires to about 21.0 with these, due to the added weight. They weigh 52 lbs. I drive them at about 31 PSI on the street, and 19 PSI off road if needed.

I've spent several days off road in King of Arizona, and in off road areas near Chaco for a week. In addtion to the very rough roads around home, every week. Total confidence building tires.
Great information. As of now, I'll be getting another set of these tires!
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