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Discussion in 'LR4' started by Matt Taylor, Sep 21, 2020.

  1. Matt Taylor

    Matt Taylor New Member

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    Has anyone ran Toyo Open Country A/T 3's at 265/50/20 or 275/55/20? Does anyone have any experience with Toyo's? Good, bad? Appreciate it!
     
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    Toyos are solid.
     
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    I have those on my compomotives and find them quieter and more fuel efficient than my previous 2 sets of KO2s. Not doing so much off roading so I figured not. No complaints yet.
     
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    HI, my grandfather had toyo's some time ago, and works very well. I have some friends on Argentina who ride on toyo too and I never have seen any problems. On the Andes they work hard and well
     
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    Our LR4 came with Toyo H/T OpenCountry (245-55-19) with ~7kmi on them, when we bought the truck used in early 2017. 10kmi later (~15k on tires) they are still fine, at least for pavement use. Dunno how well they work off-road.
     
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    I am on my 3rd set of Toyo MTs for my D2. Each set i am getting between 50 -60k miles out of them with a rotation every oil change. Those are pretty much the only tire I will run on that vehicle. Due to how well they have performed I am planning on switching to the new Toyo ATs for my LR4 once my Zeons wear out.
     
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    I've been running AT 2's in 265/60/18 and they are one of the best tires i've run on my LR. Solid in every conditions (except maybe mud). Will try the 3's next but the 2's are also holding up great and have 30,000 miles and they are in great shape to at least run through another winter.
     

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