Originally Posted by Ordy
I'm looking to replace the stock Goodyear P275/60/R20 tires on a 2014 4x4 Longhorn with something that looks more aggressive. Is there a tire that would look better, handle wet/snowy conditions and also not hurt MPG? I know that's allot of variables but I wanted to know what everyone recommends for a replacement tire on a stock setup. The truck isn't being lifted or leveled either if that helps. Are the Toyo Open Country AT II's the best choice?
I have read a lot of good things about those toyos, also the tried and true BFG AT KOs I have are really nice. not cheap, but nice.
I stil get good mileage. This was when my truck was new, first long road trip, my BFGs are load D, LT 285/70/17.
My truck is a 8-speed 3.92 as well, so no, they don't hurt the mileage much.
I was carrying about 75 for long periods of time to hold that high of an ave which includes stop and go and slower times. summer blend fuel though.