All terrain tire options

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by bbaley, Dec 13, 2016.

  1. bbaley

    bbaley Junior Member

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    Hello,
    Looking for ideas on alternatives to the Toyo Open Country A/T II.

    I have run the A/T and M/T on previous trucks including my 2009 RAM 2500 Cummins and liked them well enough.

    Before I go buy a set of Open Country A/T for my 2014 Ram 2500 (outdoorsman) I thought I would check and see if anyone had some alternatives to consider. Yes, price is part of it as well, but only part.

    I drive about 70% highway and 30% dirt, gravel, rough road.
    I tow a boat and a 26' travel trailer.

    I currently have the 285/60R20 's that came on the truck

    thanks in advance for any ideas !
     
  2. Mallardsx2

    Mallardsx2 Junior Member

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    General Grabber AT2

    I love these tires. I have had 3 sets and I hope thy never go away.
     
  3. ramittome

    ramittome Senior Member

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    I'm running Atturo Trail Blade X/T tires. Was like $170 each from Amazon for 35/12.5/20. They are an all terrain tire with a mud tire look. So far I have over 10k road miles on them and they still look brand new. All the research I did on them people are getting 60k-70k miles on them. For the price, I couldn't pass them up.
     
  4. joeygster

    joeygster Senior Member

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    I've got Cooper STT Pro's 35x12.5x20 on my Ram & love them.

    Price is competitive & they're very quiet for a M/T tire.

    They weigh in at 68lbs....about 12lbs less than the same same Toyo M/T.
     

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