Toyo Open Country M/T Tire Reviews
(Based on 27 Reviews)
Best tires I’ve purchased so far, I will be getting these again. I already have 50k miles on them, still more tread to go. Just be sure to rotate every 5k miles or so, it really helps extend the life of these tires.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
These are excellent all-around tires with an aggressive look. Quality is first rate. Big tread blocks help reduce wear on trucks with lots of power, but the down side to big tread blocks is they don't do nearly as well in icy conditions
This is my second set of these tires on my 2013 Raptor. The only thing that I would improve on is the noise but they are big mud tires. I think they wear great, look great, and most of all perform great in the dirt. I go through lots of sand and gravel in southern AZ. Great tire, got 50,000 miles out of my last set.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Im not sure what "M" stands for, but I don't think its mud.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
I have been running these tires for over 8 years. I always buy the highest ply rating I can in a tire. We live in the NE part of Washington state and we have all four seasons. I use these tires off road almost as much as on road-dirt, mud, snow, logging roads, sticks, rocks, these tires perform! I especially like the winter traction on the roads and highways whether we are traveling empty or loaded with snowmobiles. I do sipe my tires to increase winter traction-these tires work great! I get about 30K miles out of a set, but I do drive with purpose everywhere I go :)By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
I have had these in 295/75r17 and currently in 37/12.5r17 on my Jeep JK. They are the best at nothing. They are quite good at EVERYTHING. My first set of 33.5s I had for 5 years and put 29K miles on them. Moderate wheeling semi-frequently. Mostly road. The road noise was good for an MT. The wet is fair to good. Early on a rainstorm they tend to spin a little bit on asphalt, but never hydroplaned at speed. Same with snow. Early spin and just grip. For the wheeling side of these. Started my JK with a 2.5" lift and 33.5s. In mud they do great - 0 complaints. I try to avoid mud and just stay on the rocks, but the area of the country I'm in, you cant avoid slippery rock and muddy trails on the way to those rocks. I was open diff, so I got good at driving but NEVER been stuck..... Well, then I got serious. Sold the set of 5. Stage 2 of my suspension had me going 4", lockers, beadlocks. Needed 37s. I shopped. Looked at 5 or 6 different popular mud terrains. The big Toyo MTs get great reviews (37"-40"). Aint broke, don't fix it. On the road, they aren't much different than my 33.5s. I run them at 32 PSI all day long and they are comfortable, quiet, responsive for a big tire. Couple these bad boys with beadlocks (ATX Slabs) and set them at 6psi locked, they are as sticky as any non-comp tire you'll come across. Done some obstacles I have no business doing with them. Always been point and shoot in the rocks. The sidewalls bow but don't sag at 6 psi. Stiff but forgiving. I always push my rig and have never had a sidewall or rear bead come off in the 2 years and 20+ wheeling trips with them. Oh yeah... I drive 100-200 miles to the trail and back at 80mph. I had the tires delivered to my door via Simpletire.com. Put the beadlocks together myself and drove to my shop about 20 miles away to have them balanced. On the highway, they didn't start vibing til 75mph and the wheel/tire combo with least balance weight on it only has 4ozs. The tire/wheel weighs 123lbs. This is the biggest issue with big tires. Hard to balance. Especially if you have beadlocks. Getchasum Toyos. They'll do whatever you want, and if you aren't comparing to BFG Blues or Reds, TSLs, Treps, or any other tire you'll disintegrate on the highway... Toyo OC MT.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Great set of tires. Second set and am very impressed with the overall performance on and off road.
I only have 5k miles so far, but I'm running these 12 ply mud tires on an 11,000 lb ram 2500 I use as a service truck. Let's see how long they last!
Tires are great in all conditions and have a great tread life considering they are mud terrain tires
So... I've only had the tires for about 500 miles... but I am so happy with the choice. I agonized over the choice for months and finally went with the Toyo Open Country tires. I wasn't sure if I wanted the aggressive mud tire look and was ready to compromise the road noise. Very glad I bought these tires! The purchase experience was great. Tires arrived earlier than expected and at the same time as my new rims- going with the 33" tires on my jeep wrangler unlimited required new rims with a 4.5" off-set. First of all, they look amazing. Very aggressive look and stick out about 2" beyond my fenders. Really nice. They grip the road really well and handle great. There is a little more road noise but its worth it for the look. I get compliments all the time on the tires and rims. The ride is smoother than I expected- I was ready to compromise the rode noise for the looks but it was way less of a compromise than I expected. If you want that off-road aggressive look and have the money (they were more pricey than other options), definitely buy these tires. They are the best.
Don't have a lot of miles on these tires yet, but very happy with them so far. Have used them in the mud, deep snow, loose rock...they have been great so far. Curious to see how long they last, that's my only worry...
These surprised me with the road noise. Smooth took these climbing and did very well.
I purchase a new 1979 Chevrolet 4x4 truck when I was in high school and now has 14,000 actual miles on it. The time has come to replace the weather checked tires and after searching around I chose these tires. After receiving them and had them mounted on the truck I have received many compliments on the tires, I have made the correct decision in purchasing these tires.
Best tire & buying experience new tires sure make for a nice ride would highly recommend simple tire
Have not been able to put a lot of miles on it since purchase.
Best mudterrian tire tread lasted long great traction only down size is the tire are heavy and will kill mpg.
We already had a set of these on our Jeep Wrangler and got a really bad puncture that wasn't repairable. The original tires still had about 10000 miles left on them and they already had 50000 miles on them. They were about 5 years old. Tread wear is amazing on these tires!! The AAA guy when he came to change my flat didn't realize how old they were. So while they are expensive, they last a long time. We have 4 new ones on right now and the road noise on the new tires is considerably less than the ones with 50000 miles on them. It will be interesting to see when they start getting noisy again. We used these in European winters too when we were stationed there with the military and they handled great in the snow. We thought about going to BF Goodrich but decided to stick with these as they have been great tires. We have 33x12.5x20 and I love how they look on our Jeep.
These are by far the smoothest and quietest large mud tire I've ever owned. The handling is not as crisp as other tires in this size- but overall they are great. They took about an ounce of weight on each side to balance which is impressive on a 38 inch tire. They are pricey- but much better quality than others.
My second set of these tires will buy them again.
on my 2nd set, and really enjoy these tires
love these tires!!!
I work on a farm and these tires kick butt. Great job getting me around on all the country back roads. Love when it rains and I can get the truck all muddy