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Post by Juday » Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:08 am

As I begin my new tire search (37's next time around!), I ran across these tires. Has anyone had any experience with these? I'm drawn to them by a few things.

1. Tire weight - 78 lbs.
2. Width - They measure smaller than the sidewall dimensions on the vehicle and because of the design the actual tread width is under 10" at 9.3".
3. Siping - I hear/read great things about their wet weather, snow and ice traction for a M/T with the amount of siping.
4. Looks - They look great, especially the sidewall coverage
5. Load Range - E
6. Road noise - Seems like they have very little road noise for a M/T (I've read less than my current MT/R K's)

Is there any reason I shouldn't consider getting these?

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Post by Will » Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:29 am

I seriously considered them, especially because of the width, but it ultimately came down to the price. Those things are as high as giraffe pussy in the these parts.
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Post by Juday » Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:08 am

Will wrote:I seriously considered them, especially because of the width, but it ultimately came down to the price. Those things are as high as giraffe pussy in the these parts.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! If you only knew how hard I laughed out loud on that comment! :rofl:

I've seen them online for around $375/tire, which isn't bad IMO. Problem is, Discount Tire can't order them in for some reason...
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Post by RustyPW » Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:27 am

National Tire and Wheel have them for $377.41. National is about 1.5 hrs away from me.

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Post by yooper68 » Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:01 pm

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I have the Interco TRX-US tires on my 1972 Ford F250 - "Factory High-Boy". Don't recall when, but have probably had them at least 10 years - price was very good at that time; seemed like I got a 10% discount offer via email plus free shipping. I think they are only an 8-ply "D" rated tire, sidewalls start to feel a little "squirmy" whenever I put more than 2 tons of gravel in the truck. Overall, I have been pretty satisfied with those tires. They do have some noise but not bad, great for mud. Not so great for hard-packed snow or ice; the sipeing is minimual and the rubber does seem to be pretty hard.

I actually prefer the Cooper STT's (they don't make those exact tires anymore) that I have on my 2003 Dodge; have better traction on hard-packed snow & ice; seem to be a little softer. They are 10-ply "E" rated and handle loads very well, great in sand, mud, snow, rocks.
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Post by Reloaderguy » Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:14 pm

I had them on a TJ, I wouldn't put them on my Power Wagon. They did well in sand but wore poorly. Pretty "meh" overall.
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Post by NickTF » Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:30 pm

I have no idea on that particular tire but did have Interco's SS-m16s on my previous 97 2500. Those tires wore great but balance was absolutely terrible. Two of the tires took 27+oz to balance and they still were not right with wobble and shake prevalent depending on the speed I was at.

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Post by nts007 » Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:06 pm

I looked at these juday. Very many times. But everyone I talked to who had ran them on a dual purpose vehicle all said the same thing. Not nearly as good as advertised as a mud terrain and horrible to balance. And up here supply is difficult with order times easily a couple months. There are many other excellent choices.
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Post by ramv » Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:29 pm

I have bought Interco tires before due to price. Very disappointing. SSRs and IRok (Bias plys). Interco sucks. I can't imagine running them on a on road vehicle. I could see running them again on a wheeler since they are so cheap compared to the quality competitors in big sizes, but on road, there are too many options on good tires to put up with Interco junk.
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Post by Juday » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:10 pm

Well, I guess that idea is shot down....

Choices in 37" tires thus far include the following:

1. BF Goodrich A/T KO2
2. BF Goodrich M/T KM2
3. Hankook Dynapro M/T RT03

Any more choices to add to the list? I've vowed to never own a set of Nitto tires after the experience with the ones I had on the Z06 (I know a completely different ball game, but still).
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Post by 14PowerWaggy » Mon Sep 12, 2016 3:21 pm

Juday wrote:Well, I guess that idea is shot down....

Choices in 37" tires thus far include the following:

1. BF Goodrich A/T KO2
2. BF Goodrich M/T KM2
3. Hankook Dynapro M/T RT03

Any more choices to add to the list? I've vowed to never own a set of Nitto tires after the experience with the ones I had on the Z06 (I know a completely different ball game, but still).
I'd add Toyo MT or RT... Just my $.02 I'm curious to hear about the Nitto Ridge Grappler long term wear but I agree... When my Nitto Trail Grappler MT's are finally done I won't be going back to them... More than likely will be going Toyo RT...
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Post by RustyPW » Mon Sep 12, 2016 8:09 pm

Cooper Discoverer STT PRO come in 37". Both 12.5 D range and 13.5 E range.
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Post by Sumbeach84 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 8:11 pm

We put the truxus MTs on my brothers truck and they were horrible!! I'd never buy them or run them again on anything. He rotated every oil change and was lucky to get 12000 miles out of them and they were bald. I run Toyo AT2 on my PW and love them even placed in a mud bog this weekend with them lol

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Post by Juday » Mon Sep 12, 2016 8:23 pm

I believe that Toyo and Nitto are basically the same company, as Toyo owns Nitto. Also, Toyo and Nitto tires are WAY too heavy for my liking. I'm about 90% sure I'll be going BFG again on my next set, but I never know...
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Post by Sumbeach84 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 9:03 pm

Not sure how much heavier 37s are than 35s. But my 35x12.5x17 toyos are 69lbs each and a 315/70/17 BFG AT is 64lbs a piece doesn't seem like much of a difference there and I hear a lot of bad reviews from BFGs but just my opinion.

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Post by nts007 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 9:12 pm

Toyo and nitto same company. One made by other. Toyo owns

Hankooks in 37" are heavy. But last well. 50k miles wit proper rotation. Really perform well In Sloppy mud and clay. Is a 10ply but rated d.

The new bfg ko2 is far batter from the old from what I've heard.
The bfg km2 is a good tire too

I'm using cooper st maxx right now and I'm pretty happy with them. Good all terrain. Not that great in mud.

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Post by jswider » Mon Sep 12, 2016 11:21 pm

I have the Cooper stt pro's. Love them. I have always been a fan of cooper tires. The also make mickey thompson and dick cepek tires. I have run all 3 and they are all good.

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Post by RamGentry » Tue Sep 13, 2016 1:36 am

Have the KO2 in a 37 and have been satisfied with the tire. Pretty good performance on/off road and in rain/snow. Its good at everything, great at nothing. Its exactly the tire I need for my truck. Had KM2s when i bought it...they are LOUD and feel like your driving on cobble stone under 20 mph and sketchy on winter roads. Too aggressive to DD for me but they do look really cool and are awesome off road.
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Post by Juday » Tue Sep 13, 2016 8:25 am

RamGentry wrote:Have the KO2 in a 37 and have been satisfied with the tire. Pretty good performance on/off road and in rain/snow. Its good at everything, great at nothing. Its exactly the tire I need for my truck. Had KM2s when i bought it...they are LOUD and feel like your driving on cobble stone under 20 mph and sketchy on winter roads. Too aggressive to DD for me but they do look really cool and are awesome off road.
I've had the KM2 tire before the MT/R's I currently have on the truck. When I purchased them, Discount Tire still siped tires in their stores. Since then, they no longer perform this task. I had the center lugs siped on the KM2s and they worked great. The only gripe I had with the tires was the lateral traction.....as there appeared to be none. Taking turns on icy roads in the winter was always a rush as to whether, or not, the truck was actually going to turn. Nothing like having the 4WD system pull you through a corner. :shock:

Sumbeach84, I don't know which Toyo tire you have, but the Open Country M/T in 35x12.50R17 is 83 lbs./tire!!!! That's CRAZY heavy! My MTR's (in 315/70R17, essentially the same size) is only 67 lbs./tire! 16 lbs./tire is a HUGE difference in wear/tear/rotational mass/etc.! They might be for some, but not for me!

Besides, Toyo and Nitto have this "bro status" in my mind. No offense to those who own them.... :lol:
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Post by nts007 » Tue Sep 13, 2016 9:13 am

I ran two sets of the hankook mt studded. Year round. The winter traction was fantastic. Studs made them excellent on ice. I would not ever run a mud tire in winter especially up here unless they were massively siped or studded.
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Post by Juday » Tue Sep 13, 2016 9:22 am

nts007 wrote:I ran two sets of the hankook mt studded. Year round. The winter traction was fantastic. Studs made them excellent on ice. I would not ever run a mud tire in winter especially up here unless they were massively siped or studded.
Unfortunately, we can are not able to run studded tires in Indiana. So, I have to look at other options.
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Post by nts007 » Tue Sep 13, 2016 1:38 pm

If you're looking at something a bit more mild these cooper st maxx have been good. I haven't run a winter yet with no studs but a lot of guys run them no issues. That's why I though I would try them. I could not find a good aggressive tire that was actually safe for winters and ice that wasn't stud able. I ran the km2 one winter in town only and it was horrible. Was in 4wd most of the time and never took it onto the highway. Always switched back to the bfg at for winter. Always had good luck with the bfg ko. Tire shopping is very hard in these sizes to get a perfect all rounder. Pretty much need 2 sets of Tims and tires.
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Post by GunniPWguy » Tue Sep 13, 2016 6:53 pm

RustyPW wrote:Cooper Discoverer STT PRO come in 37". Both 12.5 D range and 13.5 E range.
Very pleased with my Cooper STT's 35's. Will be going with them again when they finally wear out. Guessing close to 30k and 1/2 the tread left still over Colorado dirt roads, pavement and winters at 8,000 ft. :rockon:
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Post by RustyPW » Tue Sep 13, 2016 8:10 pm

GunniPWguy wrote:
RustyPW wrote:Cooper Discoverer STT PRO come in 37". Both 12.5 D range and 13.5 E range.
Very pleased with my Cooper STT's 35's. Will be going with them again when they finally wear out. Guessing close to 30k and 1/2 the tread left still over Colorado dirt roads, pavement and winters at 8,000 ft. :rockon:
My first set of 35's was the STT's. Liked them a lot. May go back to them after the Toyo's wear out.
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Post by Sumbeach84 » Tue Sep 13, 2016 9:52 pm

I have at2 extremes sorry I don't have the MT that's where my confusion was

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