This is a discussion on truck tires... within the GM Trucks forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I looked at the cooper's......in a 285 tire they're a load range D and I need an E....
04-18-2012, 07:24 AM #41
I looked at the cooper's......in a 285 tire they're a load range D and I need an E.
04-18-2012, 07:38 AM #42
dang i just found this any way i was looking for tires for my dmax this winter and didnt have a lot to spend so i ended up with multy-mile mud snow tires and they work killer in the snow but dont know how they do in mud im sure it would not be as good as what you have. im in the same bout as you needing the E load range so picing is slim but i need 6 not just 4. let me know how this set work out for you and how many miles you get i would still love to get a set too. the dmax bord is a pain in the ass to get ansers some times all the guys i ask about this tire ether never reply or havint had them long.
08-07-2012, 04:07 PM #43
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- 1994 firebird formula
The toyos look bad ass. Definately my next choice on my 1500 and dmax when I use up what I got.
08-07-2012, 05:35 PM #44
so far so good with them but they don't really have enough miles on them to judge what kinda tire they're going to be. I've only put 8k miles on them so far. I've rotated them every 3k when I change my oil. I went 2500 on one rotation because I repainted my center caps on the wheels and the bolts used for the fake bead lock. They make a fair amount of noise but not a ton. I've had them in the mud a couple times and they did excellent.
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