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My buddy has the RT on his tundra. They seem pretty nice, smooth ride and minimal hum to them, prob not much louder than my duratracs. If nothing else it would be a good choice cause not everyone and their mother has them yet lol

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I'm due for new tires and have been eyeing the Nitto Trail Grapplers. Haven't heard much on here about them but have friends that run them and love them. What is everybody's thought on them vs the Toyos?

 

Also, I just have a level kit and the stock denali 20"s. What's the biggest tire I can go on a stock level kit and not rub? Or what are people running?

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I am running 33x1250x20 Toyo Open Country R/T's. I have had them for less than 2k miles. So far I love them, they are pretty dang quiet compared to mud tires but have aggressive tread. So far there is no sign of wear. The only off road use was pulling a 26 ft enclosed trailer up a sand/dirt incline in the rain in 2wd and it pulled like a champ. I highly recommend them. They also have a 45k mile warranty

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I am running 33x1250x20 Toyo Open Country R/T's. I have had them for less than 2k miles. So far I love them, they are pretty dang quiet compared to mud tires but have aggressive tread. So far there is no sign of wear. The only off road use was pulling a 26 ft enclosed trailer up a sand/dirt incline in the rain in 2wd and it pulled like a champ. I highly recommend them. They also have a 45k mile warranty

 

What kind of mpg drop did you see in them vs stocks?

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What kind of mpg drop did you see in them vs stocks?

With the tires, a RC 2.5 level kit and the front air dam removed I have lost around 3 mpg. I'm averaging between 14-15 mpg (hand calcs). More than I thought I would but it looks nice, the tires poke out just a hair.

 

That's mainly city with some highway. If I Drive all highway I lose less.

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I have had the rt's for close to 24000 miles. I'm pretty happy with them. I like them in the winter, my wife always says there slippery in the rain and snow, but when I drive I never have an issue. She's a lead foot from the stop. I have minimal wear on them for the mileage.

 

 

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I have had the rt's for close to 24000 miles. I'm pretty happy with them. I like them in the winter, my wife always says there slippery in the rain and snow, but when I drive I never have an issue. She's a lead foot from the stop. I have minimal wear on them for the mileage.

 

 

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Good to know us guys are always cautious of there truck especially in winter I guarantee my wife is the same way it's a truck I can be a lead foot in winter lol I might have to try them I still have a few weeks before I get some nice tires and I appreciate your input buddy!! Guess if she complains she can take her jeep to work lol

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I think part of the problem to is when it does slip and traction control activates she thinks the truck is spinning out cause it's not moving. Like I said I've been pretty happy with them. They look good and from what I've put them through they have performed well.

 

 

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