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ricroc 09-03-2013 10:31 AM

Atturo Trail Blade Tires
Hello everyone, wanted to post a question on a certain brand of tires that I was looking to buy for my truck. Has anyone heard or anyone using Atturo Brand tires? They look aggressive and look like they are a decent and reputable company, but I haven't seen many trucks out there with them. I want to wrap my Fuel Octanes 20" with them. Any feedback would greatly be appreciated.

gonefishin776 09-03-2013 12:44 PM

from googling around they look awesome and have read good things.

didn't see any comments about tread life. maybe because they are fairly new and people haven't run them long yet.

I wouldn't hesitate to try them out.

ricroc 09-03-2013 01:36 PM

Yeah, I'm going to get them and i will post a review of them after so many miles to see how the thread life is on them and hopefully help future tire buyers make a decision when looking for tires. They are reasonably priced too and look just like the Toyo and Nitto's.

012RAMbo 11-26-2013 05:58 PM

Any update on those tires OP?

Riceman 02-17-2014 11:10 PM

Just seen these in person at my buddies tire shop....sweet tire and ya at $150 less per tire than the toyos.....hmmm
Might drop the hammer on them myself. :)

ricroc 06-06-2014 11:41 AM

atturo tires
Ok everyone, sorry for the delayed replies. I wanted to put some miles on the tires before I could actually write up any type of review on these Atturo Tires. First let me say they look AMAZING and AGGRESSIVE on the truck with my Fuel Octanes. I want to upload photos of my truck, but apparently my file is too large, so I will try again later and make the file smaller.

These tires are tough and for 14000 miles have not worn out at all or at least any thing out of the norm that is noticeable. I did loose some MPG's, but nothing too bad and its expected with 35's on 20" wheels.

Highway noise is bearable, nothing like my old Mickey T's or Dick Cepek M/T's. You can only hear the rumble when coming to a stop, but on the highway its decent and the cabin noise is pretty quiet. To compare, my Flowmaster exhaust is louder.

Price is what drew me into purchasing these tires and the design. They are a lot cheaper than Nitto and other popular tires being used. My personal opinion they look a lot better too. I actually get more compliments on my tires than my friend who has Trail Grapplers on his truck.

Hope this helps, and its my first review and plan to follow up once I get more miles on them.

ricroc 10-23-2014 03:26 PM

Follow up on Atturo Tires
Hi guys, just doing a quick follow up on those Atturo tires. So far I have about 20,000 miles on my 2013 Ram and these tires seem to be holding up very well. I use my truck as a daily driver and have even driven from West Texas to East Texas several times and the ride has been comfortable and the wear on the tires seem to be better than average. I do notice that they do collect a lot of rocks in the grooves, so be very watchful bc you will get some angry people on the road when you start flinging the rocks as you drive. Also on rainy days, I have noticed that the tires grip well and just slice through the water. I do get a lot of rooster tailing though, but its all due to the lift and the fact that my tires stick out just a tad bit from my fender well. Well I will continue to keep you guys updated and hope my review helps in making a decision if contemplating purchasing these tires.

Cheyenne71 02-15-2015 10:07 PM

Any updates and thanks.

sled92 02-27-2015 08:19 PM

Just wanted to bump this up to see if the OP has anymore updates.:smileup:


Originally Posted by Cheyenne71 (Post 1576510)
Any updates and thanks.

Cheyenne71 02-28-2015 07:09 AM

I'm considering these or tires that are made by Cooper and have great reviews.

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