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    Hey RTFers! Getting ready for new tires on our f250. Wanting an a/t tire that is good in mud and quiet on the road
    Does such a tire exist? Looking at the Toyo open countrys but would like some input from other folks.I know everyone has there favorites and I have an open mind.
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    Toyo's are pretty good. I've had good luck with the Nitto terra Grapplers. I'm running a set of Mickey Thompson's right now that have 23K on them and are still in good shape.

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    Thanks Russel,
    I was looking at the MT and also Dick Cepac which are made by MT.Ive done so much research my head is spinnin.
    So I come here to share my misery!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huff View Post
    Toyo's are pretty good. I've had good luck with the Nitto terra Grapplers. I'm running a set of Mickey Thompson's right now that have 23K on them and are still in good shape.

    Russell
    These are very nice tires!

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    I'am currently running hankook dynapro atm...they are well mannered on the asphalt. I have also run Nitto terra grapplers however,the hankooks are quieter but the jury is still out on how they will wear over time. But so far I prefer the hankook.....imo
    hope this helps

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    I have had 2 sets of DC Mud Country's... Buy them. Best bang for the buck

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    goodyear silent armor

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    Im on my third set. Very highly rated

    http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....tination+A%2FT
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    I put Goodyear MT/R with Kevlar tires on my F150 and I drive a lot of miles for work around the Midwest. They are excellent in mud and snow both. I don't think that they are noisey at all. I got just over 60,000 miles on my first set of them.
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    Toyos Nitros or Cooper ( I think they are the AP3 now, used to be ATR)

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