Issue: Atturo Trail Blade vs Toyo vs Nitto Tire Reviews
While most tire brands today are owned by Goodyear or Cooper, there are still significant differences in tire quality you will get at each price point. Our members discuss advice on new tires for the F-150. In this discussion, find out:
Are the Atturo Trail Blade M/T tires a good low-cost choice?
How does their tread life stack up?
Is it worth to pay for Toyo or Nitto tires?
What is the traction like on these tires?
What are the tire dimensions to consider?
Some members say, “you get what you pay for” with the Atturo’s, and that Toyo’s are generally known known for their 50k+ mileage life with proper rotations. At the end of the day, you might only be saving ~$400 on the Atturo’s, for what is arguably a very important part of your truck.
Read on below to find out or contribute your own tips to this
Got these last month. 285/75/16 for $750 installed. Tires look aggressive as hell, ride is still good, gas mileage did suffer and the noise is only noticeable at low speeds. Which I kind of like, sounds mean to me.
So how is everyone liking the atturo? About to pull the trigger on some if you guys are still liking them. Will 35's fit a levelled f150 fx4?
I ended up not getting the atturo's as I couldn't find anywhere that would give me road hazard on them. As far as tucking 35's that depends.
What year is your truck?
What wheels will you be using (stock or aftermarket)?
If aftermarket what are the specs?
2, 2.5, or 3" level?
Depending on year, wheel specs, amount of lift, and how much trimming you're comfortable with you can tuck 35's. I've got 35x12.5R20's on stock 20's (20x8.5 +40mm) and had to run 1.5" spacers to make them clear the frame of the truck (never heard of anyone hitting the frame really).
2007 F-150 FX4, Rancho Quicklifts and RS-9000XL's, SiSo muffler and Y-pipe to dual tips, Pioneer AVH-8400BT, Rockford Fosgate 6"x8" R1682, Kenwood 1,000W KAC-7205 amp, 10" Pioneer TS-W254R, Atrend sub box, Bully step rails and bull bar, KC Daylighters, Kobalt toolbox, 35x12.5R20 Federal Couragia M/T, 1.5" hub-centric billet aluminum wheel spacers, JDM Astar LED Fog Light Bulbs, NiLight Projector Retrofits (in progress)
After a long break from graduating, studying for the bar exam, and PASSING, I'm finally back!
Again, YES you can run 35's on 20's on a 4x4 with a level kit, with NO RUBBING. Some shops will refuse to do it and you can either tell them to shove off and do it anyway, or go find a guy that is confident in his work. Or you can always do it yourself, but I don't come with a guarantee on my own work :/ so I found a local custom Jeep shop that was pleased to take on a Ford. Love mine, close to 3K on em now and they're running strong! The shop that did my install is now carrying them because of me. Great tire, and the wheels - American Eagle Alloy - get a ton of compliments. Have yet to see these on the road in my area (except on my truck ).
For an almost exact mold of the Toyo MT tire, with a more aggressive sidewall IMO, you can't beat these tires for the price.