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Tinyandthegang

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Posted: 10/09/19 10:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is anyone using the new Toyo Open Country H/T II tires? They are currently on sale at Point S with a savings of about $950 for a set of 6 over the Michelins I have on now. I have been very happy with the Michelins but $950 will buy a lot of gas if the Toyo's are a good tire.





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I ran the Toyos for around 60,000 miles a set on a 1 ton Ford. I had the open country tread and later went to the highway tread. Good tires and long lasting. Now I have the Coopers made in America.

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We had Toyo Open Country tires on our Class B (that we sold a couple years ago, and were pleased with the performance of them. Now we have a Class C and will probably replace the tires it came equipped with in a couple more years when they get 6-7 years old. Check out Les Schwab Tires for good deals on Toyo Tires also. They are an excellent company and you should be near one of their stores, although you may have to go up to Oregon for their nearest location, no sales tax however.

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Posted: 10/09/19 11:42am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Absolutely nothing wrong with them! I currently prefer Coopers in my area as I can get them much fresher than the Toyos here & I've had excellent service out of them on both a 4x4 pickup & my Class C.


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I hear only good reports on Toyo tires.


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These posts have those tires in them.

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We ran Toyo Open Country on a fleet of light trucks that saw a lot of off highway travel. They were the only tires that would withstand the abuse those clowns handed out, good traction and stable and quiet at highway speeds.

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Another vote for Toyos. On our 3rd set of Toyos and have never had a problem. Proper inflation and regular rotating helps of course. Long lasting & quiet riding. (We live on a gravel road, and these tires really stand up to abuse.)


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Posted: 10/09/19 05:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not sure about the new Toyos but the old one were as good a Michelin and a lot less money.


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