Hey Arn. So what you're saying is mall crawlin?
For your intended use, go with the Toyo MTs.
The MTZ you can read about it here: Massive Mud Tire Shootout: Intro - Four Wheeler Magazine
I love my TOYO M/T's. Put on a brand new set, drove 6800 miles in two weeks. When I compared the difference in tread depth with the brand new spare, the difference was only 1/16'th of an inch. Starting at 11/16" my math puts them at half tread depth after 37,400 miles. Not bad for an M/T Good road manners, they were great this winter (factory siping), and are fairly quiet. I would however like to try a set of the new KM2's next.
Toyos suck. If you need to figure out why, buy a set so you can realize why Toyos were the rage in 2005 and nobody buys them now.
Neither of your selections really fit your intended usage terribly well. How did you settle in on these two tires?
I looked at both of these choices and picked the Toyos. I wound up buying the BFG KM2s instead because the back order for the Toyos was several months. I have been very pleased with the KM2s. They are very sticky and grab rock very well and are extremely quiet for a mud tire.
For really serious off-roading, I still think the Toyos are the best choice for a TLC. They are the heaviest tire 76 lbs vs 67 lbs for the KM2 in a 35 inch tire. This can be a strength and weakness for both tires. The Toyos are going to require more energy to get rolling and probably negatively affect your gas milage more than the KM2s due to the extra weight.
Toyos have the thickest sidewalls and probably better support a heavy vehicle like the LC when aired down. The tread are is wider on the Toyo which gives you a wider footprint but the KM2s stuff better because of the narrower tread area. Some say the KM2 is quieter on the road than the Toyo but I think that is mostly an issue of opinion. Both are good tires and so is the Micky Thompson.
I look forward to hearing your reasons making your choice.