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Old April 30th, 2006, 03:17 PM   #1
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my 2003 f-150. It needs some tires, just don't know what i want to put on.\

Here's my street queen wishing she could do some offroading.





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Old April 30th, 2006, 07:47 PM   #2
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That front grill adds alot to that truck!

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I'm guessing that it takes 265/75r16's stock? Seems like MT/R's are fairly common in the 16" diameter and I bet you could fit 285/75r16's - I see them all the time on half-tons.

Beware the MT/R in the rain. The suck on wet pavement if they are not siped and have too much air.
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The tires are actually 265/70 on 17s. I was thinking some 285s/70, probably some Toyo all terrains. Being a newer driver i would like some tires that handle well in most conditions.
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You can probably buy two sets of tires with the money you'd spend on the Toyo's, I think. That's like buying Nitto Mud Grapplers. :tonka:
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My dad has the toyos on his yukon and he loves them. They go through a lot and ride nice on the road too.
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the nitto terra grapplers are a good all terrain tire, and are reasonably priced.
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