Time for new Shoes! Best tire option for 35's right now? (1 Viewer)

Hornd

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Running 32" Yokohamas ATs on Stock Suspension.
Too new to say, but so far they seem great.
They were $700 delivered to my Door Thru Walmart and had a Rebate.
Those and Toyos were my choices for Under $200 each.
Post up what you settle on.
 
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running 35x12.5r17 toyo open country A/T IIIs. so far impressed. Curious to see how they handle a PNW winter with some snow. Drove to utah and back on em and they're very very quiet and handled top of the world and some other wheeling trails well.
 
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What criteria are you looking for?
Criteria and wheel size? DD or trail rig? Some of the recommendations may not be offered in the size you need.

For example Atturo makes a well reviewed M/T that I’d like to try, but it doesn’t come in 16”.
 
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running 35x12.5r17 toyo open country A/T IIIs. so far impressed. Curious to see how they handle a PNW winter with some snow. Drove to utah and back on em and they're very very quiet and handled top of the world and some other wheeling trails well.
I had mine in some snow the other day, and I don’t regret the tire choice


Getting snow at sea level so went for a Sunday drive to give the Toyos a mild test. Not stacking up yet at all, but wettish, packed on-road, so similar to average daily winter driving. Drove around on the beach (rocky) and climbed a couple rocky/grassy pitches with slush on top. Braked hard & took off hard on a bridge where it was more packed & freezing. They feel solid and sure footed. Given the size & clearance they should do well as it stacks up, and I think slush piled along the sides & median will be fine.
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