I can't wait to get these things on it. :beavbutt:
Cooper Discoverer H/T plus ... $440 locally. Treadepot was $463 delivered.are those cooper tires? I just bought a set of coopers check out thisweb site cheapest tire's I found anywhere delivered for 488.00 for a set of 20 inch tires!!!!!treadepot.com I bougt 275/55/20 and total with delivery to my front door was 488.00 tires look great and perform perfect. good luck
Yup, but I stuck with the 18" rims. These guys are 10" wide and being only 31 inches tall, I won't lose power either.Your Tundra isn't lowered?
There is ample room between the lugs in the tread, so they should perform very well in the snow. In fact, the lugs are meatier than I expected. I hope they hook to dry pavement well.Nice! These were on my short list for 305/50/20's (until I found the "almost-new" Toyo's I put on)... Keep us updated with a review, cause if the Toyo's don't do well in the winter, I'll be switching them out.
See if this link to treadepot works. I loaded info for an 09 Tundra DC with 275/65R18s.anybody can give me a link to get new tires for my 09 4x4 with 18in rims...i tried doing the search but is not working damnit!
Glad that worked for you.thanks brotha! you got the 18in stock rims right or is it an aftermarket rims??
lolI think the "buffet warmer" in the back seat should be a great upgrade!! (tires look good too)
I went through this a while back with Michelin LTX M/S2s...Balanced when installed and had vibration..Took them back to the tire dealer and he balanced them again..He let me watch and they looked perfect..Still a vibration..Took them to a different tire dealer and they did a road force balance...Still a small vibration...7000 miles and they still had the vibration.Had the oil changed at my Toyota dealer last week and told him about the vibration..They rotated and balanced the tires..Absolutely perfect....and each tire has very little weight..Tech said a couple of the tires were off 60 grams( I thought the weights were in ounces) and a couple 40 grams off but all were heavy..lol
Vibration is back. Front and rear. Looks like I might need to find a shop with a road force balancer. They handle very well on both wet and dry pavement. Straight line traction is pretty good considering the obvious traction issues the Tundra has. If it weren't for this blasted tire vibration, I would give them a perfect review.