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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.

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Old 07-07-2014, 03:13 AM   #121
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Got them from the one in Pearland on YMCA drive by Pearland Parkway.



I'm ready to see it too. I'm going to take it over to All Out Offroad tomorrow and see if they know exactly what to do without a lift or new rims before I throw more money at the problem. But of course when it rains it pours right? My transmission is going out again. Hopefully it's still under the 10,000 mile 1-year warranty... Gotta deal with that tomorrow too.
I may call them then, cause shoot! The Allout is Rosenburg is doing my lift haha.

Hope your tranny is still covered. I had the one in my old Suburban go out like 1k miles outside warranty. And that's why that truck is gone and I have my 150 lol.
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Old 07-13-2014, 12:15 PM   #122
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Okay so finally got it fixed yesterday. I ended up having to get 1.5" wheel spacers. Allout doesn't do wheel spacers and said they didn't think it was possible with new wheels even. But all is well now. Transmission shop couldn't find anything wrong so I'm basically driving it till it breaks.
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That wheel is turned straight. (alignment is way out...)


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No more room in the fender wheels

I've got one that shows how it looks from the front but it doesn't want to upload...
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I'd like to see the whole truck, but it looks good!
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I'd like to see the whole truck, but it looks good!
Thanks! I'm happy with how it turned out. I'll work on getting one posted tomorrow after work.
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I'm glad you finally got everything situated and fitting. Having some regrets about getting 35s and wishing you had gotten 33s?
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I'm glad you finally got everything situated and fitting. Having some regrets about getting 35s and wishing you had gotten 33s?
Haha. Not at all. I've got a worse problem. I want bigger... Haha
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Here's a pic of some atturos I just got installed.


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Here's a pic of some atturos I just got installed.


Looks great! We kinda derailed the thread again... Did you get new rims too or just new tires?
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Haha yeah I noticed. Yes I got new wheels also.
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Haha yeah I noticed. Yes I got new wheels also.
Haha. It just kinda happens sometimes. I thought the wheels looked pretty fresh and new but they could've been used and well maintained. Truck looks great bud!
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Haha. It just kinda happens sometimes. I thought the wheels looked pretty fresh and new but they could've been used and well maintained. Truck looks great bud!
Thanks I appreciate it. If anybody wants to know. I highly recommend this tire! ! Very low noise, balanced very well, great ride quality and for mileage I couldn't really tell ya at the moment truck usually just sits in the garage.
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Thanks I appreciate it. If anybody wants to know. I highly recommend this tire! ! Very low noise, balanced very well, great ride quality and for mileage I couldn't really tell ya at the moment truck usually just sits in the garage.
You're welcome. I still like that tire a lot but couldn't find it for the price I wanted with a road hazard warranty incase something happened to one.
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Yeah. 4wheelonline.com had the best prices I could find. They were a few dollars more per tire but they shipped them for free.
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Thanks I appreciate it. If anybody wants to know. I highly recommend this tire! ! Very low noise, balanced very well, great ride quality and for mileage I couldn't really tell ya at the moment truck usually just sits in the garage.

I just had these tires installed today on my truck. Not sure what you mean by low noise, I get it's a MT tire and all but my god I can hear my tires howl no matter how loud my music is. I was told it's low noise for a MT. Hate to hear a bad MT. Could they have been installed wrong or something or am I crazy.
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Haha. Not at all. I've got a worse problem. I want bigger... Haha
Ah, you've become a lift/crack addict! Welcome to the club

Truck looks good I think the spacers are a blessing in disguise, cause now you have a lot more stance!

I had my Trail Grapps mounted on my Mavericks last week, just while everyone is posting pics of their wheels and tires lol. Really itchin to get the lift on, but I have to wait until August 19th.

And as far as balancing, 3 tires/wheels required less than 2 ounces, and the 4th has 4 3/4 oz. Not happy at all about that much weight on the 4th one.

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I just had these tires installed today on my truck. Not sure what you mean by low noise, I get it's a MT tire and all but my god I can hear my tires howl no matter how loud my music is. I was told it's low noise for a MT. Hate to hear a bad MT. Could they have been installed wrong or something or am I crazy.
Any MT hums loudly at speed, and are knobby-feeling at low speeds. I'm guessing this is your first MT? I've driven dozens and dozens of lifted trucks with mud tires at work, so I know what to expect, but this will be my first set on a personal vehicle, so it'll take some getting used to.

Just imagine how bad Swampers and Mud Grapplers are!
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Any MT hums loudly at speed, and are knobby-feeling at low speeds. I'm guessing this is your first MT? I've driven dozens and dozens of lifted trucks with mud tires at work, so I know what to expect, but this will be my first set on a personal vehicle, so it'll take some getting used to.

Just imagine how bad Swampers and Mud Grapplers are!
well i knew they would be loud specially on the highway but i didnt think it would sound like a fighter jet at 40 km/hr haha. although im not really all that into such a loud tire, im getting use to the noise and the looks are far surpassing the noise.
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I just had these tires installed today on my truck. Not sure what you mean by low noise, I get it's a MT tire and all but my god I can hear my tires howl no matter how loud my music is. I was told it's low noise for a MT. Hate to hear a bad MT. Could they have been installed wrong or something or am I crazy.
Wow that's crazy. I have very minimal road noise for a MT. Check your air pressure makes sure it's not really high that effect your ride and road noise. I have mine set at 45psi.
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Wow that's crazy. I have very minimal road noise for a MT. Check your air pressure makes sure it's not really high that effect your ride and road noise. I have mine set at 45psi.
Mine are 33 12.5 20 what does everyone running these tires have there air at with this size?
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Any MT hums loudly at speed, and are knobby-feeling at low speeds. I'm guessing this is your first MT? I've driven dozens and dozens of lifted trucks with mud tires at work, so I know what to expect, but this will be my first set on a personal vehicle, so it'll take some getting used to.

Just imagine how bad Swampers and Mud Grapplers are!
are they supposed to have a loud hum starting at 40km/hr? Im actually almost convinced they are louder at 40-60 then they are at 100 km/hr
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