Toyo MT’s 285/75R17 (basically 34”x11.5”)
Rocking tires. Only had one flat and that was when I broke a wheel. I’ll be getting 37’s within a few weeks, either the new Yokohama MT’s or the Toyo RT’s.
Everyone has nice things to say about the RTs better wet weather traction, longer treadlife and the same carcass as the MT while being between a MT and an AT all add up really nicely for my uses.
If I knew I’d spend $3000 on just the front end I would have bought the best shit out there right off the bar. The font shafts in these trucks are very strong. I have hydro so I don’t need to worry with turning so much haha. Birfield joints are equally strong in all axes but it requires an increased load to propel them at a turned angle so they are technically right in their claims but in truth they still suffer similar weakness to u joints, but in a different and better fashion.
I can grab the cardan joint and wobble it around, the bearings in the case must be toast. It’s got 80,000 miles on it, the previous case exploded when the driveshaft went haha. I also have a bad u joint on an axle shaft so I’m doing both front shafts and the front driveshaft while I’m at it.
Yeah dude more power if you leave one valve open a little!RustyPW wrote:Is that from the new super high flow heads?
What does the top of the piston look like?