Any try the toyo at3 tire yet?

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Looking to replace the duratrac with something a little more highway friendly......
anyone put these new toyo at3 on their tremor yet?
 

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Not the Toyo AT3, but the Nitto Terra Grappler G2's. I had them on my 17' F350. I carried a 4000 lb Lance Camper on that truck, handled great. I traded it in at 35,000 miles. I'd say they easily had another 10,000+ miles to go, and I rarely took the camper off. I've chosen them again for my Tremor.
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Yea. I’ve had 35/12.50R20s on my truck for 45K miles. Love them. Just as good if not better than the AT2’s. Still have about 40% tread left and I’m loaded heavy (21K) with a gooseneck most days.
How’s the noise on them? Compared to duratrac or other at tires????
That’s my only concern is a lot of reviews mention a lot of highway noise.
I looked into the grappler g2. But the snow traction didn’t seem up there vs other options.
 

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I had a set of Toyo AT3 - 295 65 20’s on my 19 lariat. They were excellent in all weather conditions, but did get a slight hum after about 10,000 miles. I am pretty sensitive to the road noise fear, and to me it was nothing that I could not deal with. The performance of the tire definitely outweighed the tiny bit of noise ....I would have ordered them for my tremor, but the 35 inch version measures a little short....
 
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Well went to order the toyo at3 today. Discount tire and tire rack on back order until June ish for tremor size.

decided to go with the Yokohama g015 a/t as I need tires next week before my 5k mile road trip
 

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Well went to order the toyo at3 today. Discount tire and tire rack on back order until June ish for tremor size.

decided to go with the Yokohama g015 a/t as I need tires next week before my 5k mile road trip

Cooper AT3 XLT tires would be another good option for mild off-road / highway / towing. Let us know what you think of those Yokohama tires compared to the Duratracs.
 
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Cooper AT3 XLT tires would be another good option for mild off-road / highway / towing. Let us know what you think of those Yokohama tires compared to the Duratracs.
Will do. I know the g015 just don’t have the off road “look”

I have the Cooper xlt on my current Titan (trading for the tremor next week)

the coopers are very nice, quiet, great dirt and street traction. Except for snow and ice where they aren’t that great. I had toyo at2 before the coopers and the at2 snow/ice traction was a bit better.

I wanted to try something with a bit better snow performance then the Cooper xlt.

living in Alaska where 5/6 months outa the year is on the white stuff this becomes important factor.
 

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Well went to order the toyo at3 today. Discount tire and tire rack on back order until June ish for tremor size.

decided to go with the Yokohama g015 a/t as I need tires next week before my 5k mile road trip

Thats exactly why I ended up with the G2's again. Everything I wanted wasn't available. I really wanted Ridge Grapplers because of the great reviews from everyone here. The G2's arn't a disappointment, just not my first choice. Good luck with the G015's, they look like a great tire.
 

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Will do. I know the g015 just don’t have the off road “look”

I have the Cooper xlt on my current Titan (trading for the tremor next week)

the coopers are very nice, quiet, great dirt and street traction. Except for snow and ice where they aren’t that great. I had toyo at2 before the coopers and the at2 snow/ice traction was a bit better.

I wanted to try something with a bit better snow performance then the Cooper xlt.

living in Alaska where 5/6 months outa the year is on the white stuff this becomes important factor.
Look at Falken Wildpeak AT3w or the new Mickey Thompson Baja Boss AT. They are both 3 snowflake rated. The MT's are new and couldn't comment on those for performance (other than I bought them) but the Wildpeaks have received many outstanding reviews from all who have used them (no personal experience here). I ended up with the MT's due to slightly larger OD and really aggressive sidewall biters (good off road when aired down) and slightly better aggressive tread. The MT's do give up a little on tow rating however.

Either would be excellent in AK road conditions (spent my share of time in North Pole/Fairbanks)
 
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Look at Falken Wildpeak AT3w or the new Mickey Thompson Baja Boss AT. They are both 3 snowflake rated. The MT's are new and couldn't comment on those for performance (other than I bought them) but the Wildpeaks have received many outstanding reviews from all who have used them (no personal experience here). I ended up with the MT's due to slightly larger OD and really aggressive sidewall biters (good off road when aired down) and slightly better aggressive tread. The MT's do give up a little on tow rating however.

Either would be excellent in AK road conditions (spent my share of time in North Pole/Fairbanks)
My midnight edition Silverado came with duratracs went to falken wild peak at3 and loved them.
 
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