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Toyo makes a good tire but it's a little soft in the sidewall for me. If you towe you can feel it. Plus, I dont think they are as puncture resistant as others. With that said, they maybe ride a little smoother.

I prefer Nitto. It's a stiffer tire which feels a little more stable and they are extremely durable.

Those two are #1 and #2 IMO just depending on what is more important to you.
 

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Anybody running Toyo all terrains or mud terrains on your 3/4 or 1 ton trucks how do you like them?
I ran Toyos on my F250. Didn’t care for them. Didn’t last too long and I didn’t find them to be all that great in our NE Texas mud.
 

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Toyo makes a good tire but it's a little soft in the sidewall for me. If you towe you can feel it. Plus, I dont think they are as puncture resistant as others. With that said, they maybe ride a little smoother.

I prefer Nitto. It's a stiffer tire which feels a little more stable and they are extremely durable.

Those two are #1 and #2 IMO just depending on what is more important to you.
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What kind of miles are you getting out of the Nitto’s?
 

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What kind of miles are you getting out of the Nitto’s?
I have them coming back in at about 50,000 miles and being replaced. Still have some life left but they are being used hard pulling loaded trailers in the oilfield.
 

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Same here. I can get 50k miles but I rotate them and keep up with other maintenance on my truck also. I dont run tire way low on tread either because of the places I drive with loads and stuff.

When I buy a tire it's going to go thru everything from rocks, to sand, black mud, dozed brush, pulling trailers, and freeways in down town Houston. They catch hell. I go rain, sleet, snow or shine also.

I've always been very happy with how well the Nittos do all around, especially on wet roads when its raining. Poor wet weather handling is a deal breaker for me because when I'm traveling and hit a storm I dont want to shut down unless I have to.

I run Nitto Trail Grappler.
 

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I got 65,000 miles on my last set of Toyo tires on my F-250 so I bought a second set a couple of years ago. I'll admit I don't work my truck as hard as most on here do so I might not be the best reference. I've been happy with them.
I had a set on my Hummer - that only had 72K miles when I finally traded it in. You're a better reference than me!
 

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Most everyone runs Toyo tires here. Teh gravel roads eat anything else up. I never heard of Nittos. It must be a tire sold regionally.
 

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There are always regional differences. Here all the F250 Platiums, lifted with a cali lean, with 37s on 22s and lights under the fenders run Toyos. It's like the "look at me I'm offroad" badge for all those guys.😄

The farmers, ranchers, fence builders, oilfield trucks, etc run Nittos.

The old school BFG mud-terrrain use to be kind by far until they went to that goofy design now.
 

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I think the choice of a tire brand is directly related to budget and personal preference. Now there are a lot of adequate manufacturers in the automotive market.
 

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