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Old 11-20-2012, 09:21 PM
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I have made up my mind on pretty much everything I am getting for my 2011 sport. The list is rcx 6" lift, bilstein 5100 front shocks, 1.5" tgc rear coil spacer, and fuel hostage 20x9 rims in black with 0 offset. Then there is the tires which I can't make up my mind. It's between nitto trail grapplers (37x12.5x20) or toyo open country mt's in (37x13.5x20). Suggestions please
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I have made up my mind on pretty much everything I am getting for my 2011 sport. The list is rcx 6" lift, bilstein 5100 front shocks, 1.5" tgc rear coil spacer, and fuel hostage 20x9 rims in black with 0 offset. Then there is the tires which I can't make up my mind. It's between nitto trail grapplers (37x12.5x20) or toyo open country mt's in (37x13.5x20). Suggestions please
VERY SIMILAR TIRES!!!!
Both pretty quiet (Toyo's quieter of the 2)
Both wear evenly and last long
Made by the same company
Both have great sidewalks (Trails look slightly more aggressive)

It comes down to which do you think looks better and which one is cheaper.

Doesn't help, but they are so damn similar

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Well I am leaning towards toyo cause I can get them for cheaper but the fact that they are wider and will stick out that much farther might be an issue
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I love my toyos. I got 35s and as far as sticking out I have 1.5" spacers all around and I'm not rubbing anywhere. But you should be fine either way you go
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I like the toyo's, I'm on my second set of them, my first set I sold with 20k miles on them an they still have about 50% life left on em and now my second set is just as good an try done even stick out to far and I got a -24 offset on my wheels, so I'd say hands down toyo's
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Well I am leaning towards toyo cause I can get them for cheaper but the fact that they are wider and will stick out that much farther might be an issue
Its wider by 1" and only 1/2 of that will stick out.
On a 20x9, it will still be tucked close to the truck and you will not notice the difference even if a truck right beside you had the same rim except with Trails
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Toyo's it is then and I know I asked this before but with the 20x9(0 offset) there should be no rubbing with 6" lift and bilsteins?
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Toyo's it is then and I know I asked this before but with the 20x9(0 offset) there should be no rubbing with 6" lift and bilsteins?
Nope!
You will not have any issues.

I have 20x9, 0 offset and 37" Nitto Trail and I have a good 1" from the A arm and anything else.
You'll be 1/2" closer and still be good.
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Toyo's are now a dime-a-dozen these days as just about every hiked truck has them. Back as little as 5-7YRS ago they were like dinosaur droppings and you were the shizzle if you had them.

When all is said n' done, IMHO, they are still the very best Mud Terrains on the market today in all areas.

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Toyo's are now a dime-a-dozen these days as just about every hiked truck has them. Back as little as 5-7YRS ago they were like dinosaur droppings and you were the shizzle if you had them.

When all is said n' done, IMHO, they are still the very best Mud Terrains on the market today in all areas.

Highly recommended from an ex-owner.
To add to what Grubrunner (great feedback) said. These are probably the best all around tire out there.
They act and ride like an AT tire
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