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I need to buy a new set of tires for my 2014 F150 4x4. I am looking for a set of LT275/65/20. I really like the new toyo at3's but was going to see if you guys had another suggestion. The Toyo's are $1350 a set
Old 10-17-2020, 08:46 AM
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I've had the Nitto Terra Grapplers II in 275/60/R20 on my F150 Platinum FX4 for about 40K miles and they have been good. Still have a lot of tread life. They ride good on the road, give nice traction offroad (mostly unimproved trails in the woods) and aren't loud on the pavement. Price is similar to the Toyo's. That said, when I put a new set on I'm leaning towards the Nitto Ridge Grapplers.

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I had these on my previous truck and really loved them. Rode smooth and had great tread life. $972 shipped
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285 60 20 on my 2014 f150. I paid $1,325 so in line with what you were quoted.
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Originally Posted by rcmay View Post
Guys,
I need to buy a new set of tires for my 2014 F150 4x4. I am looking for a set of LT275/65/20. I really like the new toyo at3's but was going to see if you guys had another suggestion. The Toyo's are $1350 a set
Do you really need the all terrain tread or is it for looks? Not busting your chops, serious question.
A similar quality rib tire does everything better on the street, sand and fuel pump.
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Originally Posted by Milehog View Post
Do you really need the all terrain tread or is it for looks? Not busting your chops, serious question.
A similar quality rib tire does everything better on the street, sand and fuel pump.
I don’t do it often, but I do occasionally have to go down dirt or muddy roads and need the extra traction of a AT tire
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Cooper AT3 AS. Just bought a set for $850 out the door
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Originally Posted by mrjulian_1970 View Post
Cooper AT3 AS. Just bought a set for $850 out the door
THESE! I went with the BFG KO2's and at about 35K miles the compound got hard and my wet traction went to total crap. I put a set of the Cooper AT3's on about 3 months ago now after extensive research and I'm very happy with them. For such an aggressive treat pattern there is no highway whine, and the dirt roads around the hunting lease won't be an issue at all even when they get muddy.
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Originally Posted by mrjulian_1970 View Post
Cooper AT3 AS. Just bought a set for $850 out the door
what size and where?
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I've always gotten the most mileage out of Toyo's AT's and MT's
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check the falken AT3's. poor mans BFG KO2's and everyone I know that has em loves em.
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Michelin defender M/S 2

3 sets now and last forever.
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Originally Posted by Qotsaautopilot View Post
Michelin defender M/S 2

3 sets now and last forever.
Having these installed on my Land Cruiser today. If you research you will find they outperform many AT tires off road, despite their tame looks. Braking distance, on road traction, on road rain & snow will all be better than an AT. Not great in mud but neither are most AT tires. Contractors and farmers swear by these tires. Biggest reason people don’t buy is how they look.

here’s a post from a hard core off road guy who has participated and won off road races. He has gone from MT tires to LT rated Michelin Defenders for his trail rig for everything but deep mud:

https://expeditionportal.com/forum/t...x-what.206567/
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Originally Posted by ncmallard78 View Post
check the falken AT3's. poor mans BFG KO2's and everyone I know that has em loves em.
Have these on my truck. Love them
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Originally Posted by rcmay View Post
what size and where?
265/75r16. Black's Tire.
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I put a set of these on my RAM1500 last fall and they're wearing and riding extremely well. Not noisy at all on the highway and good snow and light off road traction. Not showing any noticeable wear after just over 10K miles. I've had excellent luck with Conti's in the past.
https://www.continentaltire.com/prod...t-22560r17-99h
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Just for comparison, I paid $1285 for a set of 285/65 R18 at my local shop. And that was cheaper than Tire Rack and Discount Tire. $850 may be doable if you stay under a certain size and ply. I noticed while I was researching these that at a certain point the prices jump up about $50 a tire. I had paid $1400 for my KO2's so I was happy with my price, esp since my wife's Uncle who is a TR wholesaler could only save me about $20 a tire which the tire shop would have ate up because they charge more when you bring your own tires for mount and balance than if you buy them there.
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On my 3rd set of Toyo's (2 ATs and current MTs). They are an awesome on/off road all terrain tire that wears well and are quick on road compared to others I've seen/heard.

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