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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-02-2010, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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I know this has been brought up many of times and yall have to be getting tired of reading that title. butttt......

I have 35x12.50-20 toyo open country right now, had about 2 months and they get the horrible traction, i guess just too much "power" for an MT tire. i want to sell them why they still have VERY good tread life and buy somthing different.

What tire do yall reccoment in that size or wider, that wont make my truck look stupid silly (all out street tire) but some AT tire i guess that look a little more aggressive but will get better traction?

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Lowered 4400lb spring, 20x10 MM962, Nitto 420, traction bars, 5" exhaust 7" MBRP black stack, SCT - Innovative tunes, IDP cold side IC pipe, MPD trans. Blacked outtttt
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Procomp at's 305
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Procomp at's 305
I have a set of these,I have had them rebalanced three times. now two have more then twelve ounces of weight on them the are cupping and vibrate allways(fingers get numb on wheel). do not buy procomp tires! they will not support them when you have problems!!!!!AND there is no problems mechanical on my truck like they are trying to say!!!different tire shop verified that!

2003 SD 6.0 CC grey/black 195000KMS 4" lift 35" procomp extreme at
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My dad had them on his dully for 45k with no problems and I had them for 40k with no problems. Your sig says you have the extreme at's and that's not even the Tire I mention aboved.
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can a mod move this to general aftermarket, i thought thats where i was when i posted it

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The Mickey Thompson baja atz's are my best recommendation. I had them on my 00 f250 reg cab lb and they were excellent. They rode great, wore great, were not loud, did great off road, and they still look awesome on a stock or lifted truck. They are not the cheapest tire but you definitely get what you pay for!! I will put some 37's on my 99 when the toyo's on it wear out.

late 99 SC-LB, php 6 position tc chip, 5" exhaust, afe intake, BTS transmissiion, gillette diesel rebuilt injectors, 4.5" lift, 38/15.5r20 toyo open countries, 4.11 gearing, 05 harley headlight conversion and some appearance mods..
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im thinking maybe just keep the mt's and get new rims and slicks for the track?

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Lowered 4400lb spring, 20x10 MM962, Nitto 420, traction bars, 5" exhaust 7" MBRP black stack, SCT - Innovative tunes, IDP cold side IC pipe, MPD trans. Blacked outtttt
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