Pavement is optional with these versatile all-terrain Toyo Tires. They offer over 40 percent more tread life than the leading competitors, a blatantly aggressive tread design, and a quiet ride. Their aggressive tread pattern offers good traction in bad conditions, on pavement or off. The all-new Open Country A/T II also comes with an industry-leading 65,000-mile. This Xtreme size features a deeper tread depth and a more aggressive tread and shoulder design.
Just put these on 2013 Ford F-150 4x4 crew cab. I had a front leveling kit installed also. This brought the front end up somewhere around 2". They were mounted on the factory wheels. Mine were 18". First, these will fill up the wheel wells. The fronts do not rub in turns ( you can slide your fingers in between the tires and rear wheelwell. I was concerned about the ride and road noise. Noise is not a factor, and I think the ride is better than the factory Goodyear Wranglers. I think they look good. Time will tell on how they wear, and I expect the gas milage will drop a bit. I do not give anything a 5 star unless I have used it for awhile or I know without doubt that its almost perfect.
The Toyo Tire company was founded in 1945 in Osaka, Japan as a manufacturer or everyday tires. In 1953 Toyo Tires built a factory in Itami, Japan. In 1966 the company established an U.S. headquarters during the U.S. auto boom. In the 2000's Toyo Tires entered the off-roading tire market with the very well received Open Country line. Open Country tires are manufactured in Toyo Tires' factory in Georgia. In 2012 Open Country was on the trucks driven by Robby Gordon who won the SSTD Grand Championship, Bj Baldwin who won the LOORS Pro 4 Championship and Kyle Leduc who wone the SCORE overall Championship. This same full line of winning Open Country tires is available to our customers. Shop Toyo Tires Now