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Old 06-09-2017, 08:02 AM
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Toyo & Nitto are basically the same company, they use the same rubber. Nitto is their American arm. I have a good friend who had them as a sponsor during his drag racing days.
Cool. I run both brands side by side and base my opinions off observation.
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Old 06-09-2017, 09:02 AM
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Well crap. I really like the idea of the 37" and I think they'll fit, but I'm hearing you. Maybe after the first trip or two I'll look for some 20s to mount smaller tires on. The 22" x 35" Ridge just doesn't have the weight rating. NO clue why, but is what it is. Almost like it's a typo.

My gears are 3.55s

Again, I don't think I'll be doing this hauling thing long term, just a short way to pull down a few bucks, hauling RVs and Boats. I know it's not a great solution, but it's something proactive. Otherwise I'm just sitting around w/ my thumb up my butt watching the bills pile up. That's no good either.

Thought about doing landscaping too. I have 4 acres and have all the toys needed to do landscaping, but not real sure how to bust into the biz. There's a gazillion of them out there, I can only imagine the competition is pretty tight.
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Old 06-09-2017, 09:03 AM
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fyi: I ran the '12 before the UE bumper and after, no discernable difference in mileage.
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Cool. I run both brands side by side and base my opinions off observation.


Same here


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Old 06-12-2017, 10:09 AM
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Cool. I run both brands side by side and base my opinions off observation.
I think that's a wise choice. Heresay and crap you hear on forums can only get you so far.
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Old 06-12-2017, 10:41 AM
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When I bought my truck 4.5 years ago it came with the Nitto 37x22x13.50, about 1/3rd life left. Since then I've had two more sets. I just purchased my second set about 8k miles ago. Being it's a 22' rim the sidewalls aren't near as tall as the 35's on a 20' rim, which is good for strength. I'm about 65/35 towing, but when I do tow its around 14k. My last set lasted 55k miles @ 65psi with mixed highway & oil field road driving. These are just my observations. Obviously if you are trying to make money hauling smaller is better.
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Well, not sure how my mileage can get any worse. Discount tire fitted one on the front and it fits and looks fantastic. They r doing the rest now...
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I ll get a better pic later
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Old 06-19-2017, 01:48 PM
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Here's some better pictures
Driven them about 40mi. So far, I like them!
Now sitting at Discount Tire waiting for Fedup to deliver the last tire that they lost. Supposedly on the truck today. Then I have to drive 10 hours.






Yea, I know the bug deflector is fugly, but after catching a rock across my hood and into the windshield I thought I'd try it. Doubt it'll grow on me.
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Old 06-21-2017, 06:11 PM
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I have them on my X. I made a mistake and got too wide a rim and they still rub. I went down from 35/12.5 to these 295/60/20.
I like them a lot. I wouldn't mind a smoother tire but they are still a great In between.
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