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Mt tires???????

I just put a 3 inch lift on my truck and am thinking bout getting some 17'' rims need some MT tires I need something with an load E rating that will last me for a longer period of time. Want r you guys running. But i do have to use MTs.

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Re: Mt tires???????

Generally, MT tires with that load rating aren't going to last for a long time.

I'm running Cooper Discoverer STT's, and I love them...

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I'm also running the cooper STT's in a 37 and they ride nice, realativly quiet, good in mud, sand, not sure about snow yet. And there not super exspensive.

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ya i have the cooper ST didnt no what the STTs were like i was thinkng bout them

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I have 20,000 miles on my Toyo MT's and they are still 3/4 tread. I rotate them every 5000
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Re: Mt tires???????

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I just put a 3 inch lift on my truck and am thinking bout getting some 17'' rims need some MT tires I need something with an load E rating that will last me for a longer period of time. Want r you guys running. But i do have to use MTs.
Don't go by the letter go by the max lbs load on the side wall. I have seen plenty of load range Ds that are rated for the same or more then other tires with a load range E.


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Re: Mt tires???????

I have ran both the Nitto Mud Grappler's and as of current the Interco SS M16 which are both E load rated and got plenty of good milage out of them. The interco are a great hybrid that are very quite compared to the Nitto's. The Mud Grapplers compare to riding in a small single engine airplane....
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