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its easy as pie with this thread.. just list the following:

1. brand and model
2. size
3. review of the tires
4. mileage expected from tires
5. lift kit required for these tires? if yes give size
6. Last but not least PICTURE
 

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Toyo MT
38x15.5x20
i think that they are very sturdy, deep cutting, soft riding, and QUIET tires. they cut in the snow and mud very well, they keep my truck up lol, they handle any abuse i give them, cruising down the road they are about as loud as a someone quietly humming.
ill post a picture later
 

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1. Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac
2. 285/70/17
3. I personally think that these tires are great. I have had them on now for about 1,000 miles and I am very pleased with the traction. I have taken them off-road in mud and snow. I never once had an issue of not being able to gain traction. They handle great on roads with snow and ice. They do have a small amount of road noise, but nothing horrible. I was previously running BFG A/T's and like these much better. Only time will tell how they compare longevity wise. I will update info as I put more miles on them.
4. mileage expected = 50,000
5. A lift is not "required" but I will end up putting on at least a 2" leveling kit, I have a slight rub on the inside fender well when cranked all the way left.
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Thank you sir, I am very pleased with the wheel and tire combo.
 

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Nope, not yet.
 
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