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Old 04-28-2014, 09:41 PM   #11
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275/70-18 Toyo Open Country AT2, they are load range E but I run them at about 40-45 psi and the ride really isn't stiff at all. No lift/level

EDIT: saw you have an FX4 not XLT, my mistake!
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275/70/18 Duratrac's. No lift or level. Love them.


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275/70R18 BFG Rugged Terrains, 2" Hell Bent level
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275/70-18 Toyo Open Country AT2, they are load range E but I run them at about 40-45 psi and the ride really isn't stiff at all. No lift/level

EDIT: saw you have an FX4 not XLT, my mistake!
Wouldnt 40-45 psi make them ride even harsher?
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Old 04-29-2014, 04:01 PM   #15
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Wouldnt 40-45 psi make them ride even harsher?
Toyo actually told me to run 50-55 psi but I've been running 40-45 psi and they are wearing very evenly. I was running my stock Goodyear SR-A at 42 psi as per the dealership. At the first oil change, I had my tires rotated and the tech told me to run more than what is recommended from ford (35 psi I believe) because my tires were starting to wear on the edges more so than in the middle. With my Open Country E range tires at 42 psi compared to the stock SR-As at 42 psi, I personally can't really tell the difference.
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285/75R18 Toyo AT2 Xtremes on method standards.
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Had them on for 2 weeks and absolutely love them.
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Toyo actually told me to run 50-55 psi but I've been running 40-45 psi and they are wearing very evenly. I was running my stock Goodyear SR-A at 42 psi as per the dealership. At the first oil change, I had my tires rotated and the tech told me to run more than what is recommended from ford (35 psi I believe) because my tires were starting to wear on the edges more so than in the middle. With my Open Country E range tires at 42 psi compared to the stock SR-As at 42 psi, I personally can't really tell the difference.
Interesting...I wouldnt have thought....
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275/70/18 Duratrac's. No lift or level. Love them.

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That looks really good! And on a side note I love your truck- it has me liking scabs more and more every time I look at it.
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That looks really good! And on a side note I love your truck- it has me liking scabs more and more every time I look at it.
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Hey jgiddy, could you get some specs on that truck, what kind of level, tire size. Thanks
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