And ditto above: Hope they offer them in a 10.5/11.0" x 35 diameter (16 or 18 wheel) AND 255R85 16! the Dura Trac seems like the PERFECT tire :drool: for my driving needs.

Here are some pics I found over on Jeeps Unlimited. like a BFG MT mounts any way around you want Directional means that looking from the front, both tires (with a different tread pattern from left to right side of the tire) look identical from side to side when they are rotating in the same direction. Directional means that looking from the front, both tires (with a different tread pattern from left to right side of the tire) look identical from side to side when they are rotating in the same direction. And that's how y'all say it in A-Murrickin English... Went through a nice ravine filled with water n' mud. When I bought them back in April, the only two things that I was skeptical about was tread life (like the old MTR's) and performance in winter (ice/snow).

You'll see an arrow or marker on the side of the tire indicating forward direction. There are many many road tires that have this asymetrical design. You'll see an arrow or marker on the side of the tire indicating forward direction. There are many many road tires that have this asymetrical design. I've done a few long distance trips and a number of logging road/chunky rock trips and the tread looks close to new. The only complaint I have about the Toyos is they are load rating E so they are kinda stiff.

looks pretty good I like the new MTR tread design better than the old one but the sidewall looks too trendy. I'm guessing this was your personal stereotype, and not one that is generally shared.

I've gotten at least 45,000 miles on my previous three sets of MT/Rs, and 55,000 on the last. Tires today seem to be going towards this trend fad. great, I just learned that 4 Wheel Parts Wholesallers in WA ordered the wrong tires. But I will have the MT/Rs on my new work truck in about a month.

The only complaint I have about the Toyos is they are load rating E so they are kinda stiff.

prodline=Wrangler MT/R with Kev lar&mrktarea=Light Truck&treadwidth=&aspectratio=&rimdiameter=&sidewall= These may be a good replacement for my Toyos.I've gotten at least 45,000 miles on my previous three sets of MT/Rs, and 55,000 on the last. I'd buy a set for the 4Runner if they made them in a decent size for a 16 inch rim but they don't..on these tires (at least the ones we have) having the white out makes a huge difference..raised white letters stick out almost 1/4 in from the tires and grab and get caught on stuff all the time. They are not quiet so be prepared to turn up that radio. You can feel the low rumble from start to about 20mph. After driving hwy/city in the rain and up in the mud, they are amazing tires. I would rate them just a hair over the BFG AT KO's noise. I'm quite impressed with them the more I drive them. Louder than an AT but the quietest tire I've used with this much bite.I don't think one can complain at all about tire life with a tread type like this. I was sitting on the fence between these and the Dura Trac's. :sombrero: They track straight on dry pavement and stop/corner much better than the last generation MTR in the rain/wet pavement. Of course I'm sitting above the tires in my rig so the sound/vibes are more pronounced being a cab over. I do get a slight constant vibration at all speeds compared to the AT's I just took off. I was skeptical at first, but I'm pretty sure Goodyear put in their R&D on these meats and came out with a solid tire for mud that rides like an AT on the road. Ditto: tire for mud that rides like an AT on the road Meaning they are quiet? After driving hwy/city in the rain and up in the mud, they are amazing tires. You hear the lugs dig in on the asphalt while cornering.Non-directional / asymetrical means that one tire (with a different tread pattern from left to right side of the tire) is facing the opposite direction of the other side tire and are rotating in the same direction. Non-directional / asymetrical means that one tire (with a different tread pattern from left to right side of the tire) is facing the opposite direction of the other side tire and are rotating in the same direction. Also I have now driven for the past 2 weeks in the snow up in Whistler. These have surpassed my expectations on ice/slush and in deep snow on logging roads. They are heavy tires so make sure they are balanced properly and your wheel alignment is good. These Goodyears come in a C and D rating for a 35 inch tire.Both cases, when you drive away on anything soft and look at the imprint, both sides look identical. Both cases, when you drive away on anything soft and look at the imprint, both sides look identical. The E range Toyos can be run with variable pressure depending on load.These Goodyears come in a C and D rating for a 35 inch tire.