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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-08-2009, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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toyo mt, or goodyear mt

How many miles are you guys getting out of your toyo or goodyear mud terrains? im looking to get the 35 inch and not sure which one to go with.

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Re: toyo mt, or goodyear mt

I should have 50k+ on my MT's by the time they are done.

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maybe am going to get 30k on my toyos. But I didn't rotate them very well. With toyos they need to be rotated to last. Guess I learned something.
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Almost 55k on my toyos and plenty left
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Re: toyo mt, or goodyear mt

I've only got about 15K on my Toyos, but they still look great and are some of the best riding MTs I've ever had.


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Re: toyo mt, or goodyear mt

Toyo MT's... Never had a set go less then 60k... Rotate every 3-5 k and they will last.

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Re: toyo mt, or goodyear mt

Toyos do normally get very good mileage as long as you keep up on rotation.

The new Goodyear Wrangler MT/R Kevlar is too new to get any mileage estimates out of it.


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Re: toyo mt, or goodyear mt

got about 30k miles on my 285 toyos, but towards the end i stoped rotating them.

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Re: toyo mt, or goodyear mt

I would say toyo's. My friend had Goodyears for a while, lasted decent, but the toyo's last longer, and IMO are just all around better tire.

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