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Atturo Trail Blade M/T Mud Tires

I'm looking for 35 1250 22 tires and prices on this size is outrageous. I have found that Atturo Trail Blade M/T Mud Tires are great looking tires at a very reasonable price. Their web site claims they use new technology molds that make their tires more uniform and easier to balance and offer a 3 year warranty. All sounds to good to be true. And you know what they say about deals that sound to good. So before I purchase a set I was wondering if anybody on here has them on their truck or know a guy who has. If so how are they? Do you like them? Would you buy them again? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Atturo Trail Blade M/T Mud Tires

Subd as I am replacing my tires in the very near future and actually am running the exact same size. I'm pretty set on Toyo MT which will be hitting me for $2000 YIKES!

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Did some quick research seeing ppl getting 30-40,000 miles out of them. Makes more sense to me to spend the extra money and get toyos that you know are good for at least 50K usually if not more. I have 55K on my toyo acts right now with some life still left in them.
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Well badazzharley im your guinea pig I got a unrepairable flat on the rear left of my truck and it was time for some new tires anyways. I couldn't find a set of Toyos that could get here anytime before late Monday early Tuesday so I explored other options. My god son and other company is coming into town this weekend so need to truck especially Monday to tow the boat out to the lake. My guy Mark at firestone recommended these so I did some more research on this and will be giving them a whirl. Going to cost me roughly $1600 for all 4 tires shipped mounted and balanced out the door. I saw some reviews online and articles like that said they liked them a lot, one was on a dodge 3500. Needless to say I will keep you updated. They do look nice!

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Well just to write a review on these tires so far they have a decent amount of road noise which is expected for a MT especially me coming from a toyo AT. I ended up having to go with the 33" the 35" rubbed too much with my wheel offset. I love they way they look and ride is just fine for me. I personally don't mind the road noise it's right between 35-50 where is pretty noticeable. I also got a awesome deal $1200 mounted and balanced out the door so if I get 35-40K out of them I will be happy and get my money's worth.

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Interesting. How's their performance and traction off the road?
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So far so good. Def a lot better traction then my toyo AT. It rained really hard today and they handled well in the rain and puddles as well. Broke them loose once with the oily a$$ roads we have here.

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I have them in 35/12.50/20. They wear SUPER quick at first but then slow down. I have about 10k miles on mine and they are at about 75% tread. However. The first 25% wore off in abou t 3000 miles. Super wierd. But. They are wearing nice and even. And the road noise isn't terrible. I got mine for 1250$ shipped. Which is hard to beat.

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