all terrain tyres

Submitted: Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 13:35
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hey guys this is my first forum but have been getting a fair bit from it.
i have a 95 4runner sr5, and i'm looking at getting some a/t's for it, at the moment i have dunlop grantrex 265x75r15 h/t on it and have been told by a few places that the a/t's are limited in this size if any one has any different opinions on this just let me know,
also i would like to know what u think of the goodyear and the yokohama brands

thanks in advance
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Reply By: flappan - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 13:57

Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 13:57
BFG's are in that size. Think Coopers are to. (I'm about 95% certain thats the size thats on my Pajero).

That though is like debating which is better Nissan or Toyota. You'll get 100 different answers.

I personally wouldn't buy a set of Goodyear AT's, but the MTR's are an excellent tyre. Don't know anything about Yoko's
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Reply By: Member - Rick - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 16:40

Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 16:40
or try the Toyo Open Country all terrain...........

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Reply By: John - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 17:05

Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 17:05
I have BFG's on my Bravo and they haven't let me down yet.
Sand is the only thing they don't seem to like. Great on everything else tho'
I have been told that Goodyears tend to go out of round near the end of their life.
I found this to be true on my 2WD causing quite a bad vibration so.....

Good Luck
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Reply By: floyd - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 17:56

Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 17:56
Have used BFG all terrains on two of my cruisers and have got over 80,000kms on both sets. A little noisy but a great wearing tyre. I have now got Yokahama geolander AT's on my Hilux and reckon I will be lucky to get 60,000 with the way that they are wearing (even when rotating 5 tyres every 10,000). No difference in driving styles or roads. In fact nothing has changed at all. I will just not get the same milage out of Yokahamas. As far as the quality of the tyre goes the Yokahamas are quieter than the BFG at's and seem better in snow and the wet. Off road they were as good as the BFG's when they were new. I paid 175 per tyre for the yoyies as opposed to 235 for the BFG's. A set of 5 saved me $300 however the milage will not be as good and I reckon in hindsight I should have gone with the BFG's for the longer wear. Both perform really well though. For the best deal on each try competition tyres in Melb. Beat any price.
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Reply By: enzo - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 18:49

Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 18:49
Got a '94 4Runner and I've run the 265 75 R15 Grandtreks, 31 10.5 R15 Pirelli ATs, and currently the 31 10.5 R15 BFG AT (as the two sizes of tyre are very close) and I prefer the BFG ATs. The Grandtreks were great on road, poor off; the Pirellis were as soft as cheese and I'm now very happy with the BFGs.

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Reply By: Truckster (Vic) - Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 22:27

Wednesday, Sep 10, 2003 at 22:27
Price Yokos and that will automatically put them out,

Coopers ST's, BFG AT's, Toyo's, Bridgestones, they are all good..

Wheres Diamond when you need him (he works for tire joint)
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Reply By: The Moose - Thursday, Sep 11, 2003 at 14:16

Thursday, Sep 11, 2003 at 14:16
Try the Coopers - the mileage guarantee is great. Not a bad tyre in any case.
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Follow Up By: Peter Guy - Tuesday, Oct 07, 2003 at 13:28

Tuesday, Oct 07, 2003 at 13:28
Mick try coopers the have given me 90,000 ks and I think they will be good for another 10K. pump them hard for the bitumen 40 psi.
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