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As much as I enjoy casual drive and road trips, I would like to involve myself more in an outdoor activity such as off-road driving. I've been saving a lot of money these past months so I could buy items I need to customize our pickup truck. Recently I got a new suspension lift kit but I haven't decided which tires should I get between Mickey Thompson and Toyo tires. Got any suggestions? 

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Now a days there are many companies who are offering best quality of tires.

Basically not all tires are suitable for all kind of roads.

As you have interest on Off-Road first you have to find out the road condition where you are planning to go.

Locate the bad areas of the road and try to find out tires with best grip.

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On 4/5/2018 at 1:31 PM, albertopus said:

As much as I enjoy casual drive and road trips, I would like to involve myself more in an outdoor activity such as off-road driving. I've been saving a lot of money these past months so I could buy items I need to customize our pickup truck. Recently I got a new suspension lift kit but I haven't decided which tires should I get between Mickey Thompson and Toyo tires. Got any suggestions? 

I think you should search on the internet and find experts advice as not all tyres are suitable for all roads. But Toyo tires are good from my personal experience.

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If you want some real goodness, check out Carli Suspensions and Good-Year Tires. 🔴

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5 hours ago, Stinger38 said:

I went for Toyo Tires Open Country M/T and Bilstein Shocks for my shock absorbers. 

Sounds good...though never really heard to much about those.

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On 4/18/2018 at 12:35 PM, julianaray said:

Now a days there are many companies who are offering best quality of tires.

Basically not all tires are suitable for all kind of roads.

As you have interest on Off-Road Garde Meubles Paris first you have to find out the road condition where you are planning to go.

Locate the bad areas of the road and try to find out tires with best grip.

In fact when we talk off road, I always refer to Richard Rowling's team gas monkey.

 

 

 
 
 
 

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On 4/18/2018 at 12:35 PM, julianaray said:

Now a days there are many companies who are offering best quality of tires.

Basically not all tires are suitable for all kind of roads.

As you have interest on Off-Road first you have to find out the road Rachat crédit habitat condition where you are planning to go.

Locate the bad areas of the road and try to find out tires with best grip.

In fact, in off rod, the front tires must be small in size than the rear ones. It offers a much better grip.

 

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As an off-road fan, what I use is yokohama but toyo tires are pretty good also. I would suggest that you get all terrein tires if you are just like me who switch from sand to mud. 

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