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Got Toyo R/T Trails installed today. 315 70r17

Pretty pleased so far. Will update once in mud.

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Definitely yes. I have metal flares which makes all tires look smaller, but they definitely look bigger. I'll measure tomorrow.
 

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Ford Bronco New Tires - Toyo R/T Trail (315/70r17) installed IMG_2498

Just got my Mickey Thompson Baja legend exp’s put on Thursday. So far I’m loving them and they’re a hybrid just the like Toyo r/t. Heard great things about the toyos. I just wanted the white letters so had to find another option. So far mine are really smooth and not loud honestly.
 

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Nice! I recently slapped on the Toyo A/T III in 34's.. I debated between them and the R/T.. How is the road noise and road handling on them? I went with the C rated A/T III due to 95% of my use will be on road as I really only get off road once a month or so...

I prefer the look of the R/T's as they do look slightly more aggressive than the A/T's.
 

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I gotta say that's the first time I've seen this done before! If you're using four jacks, I'm not sure there's any time saved over just using one jack. I certainly feel safer keeping three wheels on the ground when using a floor jack.

I'll be interested in your off-road report, particularly if it includes rock crawling. I have no complaints with the KO2s, but I'm always open to the possibility of something better.
 

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I gotta say that's the first time I've seen this done before! If you're using four jacks, I'm not sure there's any time saved over just using one jack. I certainly feel safer keeping three wheels on the ground when using a floor jack.

I'll be interested in your off-road report, particularly if it includes rock crawling. I have no complaints with the KO2s, but I'm always open to the possibility of something better.
Hopefully it's the last time we ever see it. Absolutely horrible idea. One jack and two jack stands would have been much cheaper and safer.
 

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4 jack method is something I see here in Colorado at Peerless tire shops that usually do the work outside in their parking lots! 😬
 

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Hopefully it's the last time we ever see it. Absolutely horrible idea. One jack and two jack stands would have been much cheaper and safer.
looks like something Discount would do
 

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I gotta say that's the first time I've seen this done before! If you're using four jacks, I'm not sure there's any time saved over just using one jack. I certainly feel safer keeping three wheels on the ground when using a floor jack.

I'll be interested in your off-road report, particularly if it includes rock crawling. I have no complaints with the KO2s, but I'm always open to the possibility of something better.
That is a tire shop, maybe Discount Tire.

I'm not a fan of that either!
 

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I have about 20,000 miles on my Toyo RTs on my truck. they are 35x12.5. When I first got the bronco the tires on the truck very much "looked" bigger. They looked much bigger than the actual size difference. The Good years were a little smaller, not a lot, but they looked much smaller I think because ot the squared off tread design and sidewalls on the Toyos.

I have had a good experience with the Toyo RTs. I would purchase them again. Pretty quiet. Decent grip on road and off. Like everything there are compromises. They are not the best winter tire, good but not great. They preform well on hard pack dirt trails and shallower mud and snow. Not great but okay (serviceable) on hard pack snow / ice. On balance as a whole they have preformed well. I like them dramatically better than the Goodyears which I think a good road tires and okay off the road as long as you are on hard pack.
 
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I've finally reached the point where the stock SAS tires have annoyed me past the limit with the extreme rock throwing. New tires are on the horizon. For my purposes, I'm thinking Wild Peaks ATs.

On another note, four jacks...! Yikes. The Powerbuilt all-in-one jack and jack stand would come in handy there, and they're awesome off-road. We sell them on our website. https://motleyind.com/products/3-ton-all-in-one-jackstand-bottle-jack
 

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I’m 99% certain that these are my next tires. Just debating size. I’m pretty happy with 285/75 - the main difference is that they are E (63 lbs) rated for the RT as opposed to C (59 lbs) that I’m running now in AT3. IMO the proportions are perfect and they fit the 7.5” wide steelies and the 35x12.5” are spec’d for 8”.

I’m about to install a 2” lift. So, that may change things for me. I don’t have the bankroll to make the necessary upgrades for 37” since it wouldn’t be just for looks.
 
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It was the end of the day and I was the only customer. 6 guys went after it like a pit crew - and then they got real slow when they discovered the bead locks.
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