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The Conti's are about done on the '06. Checked into the Toyo AT and MT in 285/75/18. The AT I can get for $1000 and the MT $1400 out the door. Was interested in the Hankook DynaPro MT RT03. Will a 325/65/18 fit? I think they're about $1100. Truck has a Donahoe leveling kit and stock wheels. What you guys think?
 

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i would call dont look at the website, cause if you call them you get a lot better deal but call http://www.tiredepot.com i bought kuhmos mud terrains kl71 iirc for 700 shipped to my door for 35's"
 

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Those DynaPro MT's are miserable on the highway
Not to highjack but how bad are they? I was considering these in a 35x12.50. I can deal with some noise. Or do you mean they don't handle well?
 

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Handling was terrible. We had a set on the companies Mega Cab. Now, granted Dodges aren't known for their handling, but those DynaPros magnified teh problems big time.
 

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Not a big fan of big AT's. I have a set of cooper stt's in 285/75's but I think im goin for bfg mt km2's in 305/70 r16. Anyone have experience with stock height rigs with 305/70's? It's a 2001.
 

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Tires are a little wide for stock wheels.

But they should fit under a 2.5" leveling kit on a 2006...just be a little tight.


I just put 325/65R18 Goodyear DuraTrac tires on 18x8.5 Welds under my 07 that is slightly taller than stock, pulled back the inner fender liner and I'm good now.
 
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