ryan,hovisimo said:34s will require some trimming. if you want the absolute meatiest, check out super swamper TSL boggers. not very practical for on-road use, though. assuming you drive on the road, check out interco's trXus MT in 285/75/16, they're a hair over 33" and should be meaty enough unless you do serious mud bogging.
my favorite tire is the michelin LTX/AT, but that doesn't really apply here since you want meaty.
Very interesting ovservation, my friend has a set of 35s on his bronco, and they hum and are significantly louder then my 32s on my ranger. I also got some new remington wide brut's to replace my BFGs, the MTRs still are louder...Another thing, my friend had 33" Claws on his taco, and dang, those REALLY hummed. Just some things to think about. based on my experice with hearing tires quietest to loudest would be:RC said:I have a set of 285/70/17 Goodyear MT/R s on 17X8 wheels. They are only slightly noisier than BF Goodrich ATs.
*Note - The Interco TrXus MT's are one of the few of that style which are siped from the factory. I'm still very happy with mine. 25,000 miles and still going strong. They do give me a good steering wheel shimmey at ~50 mph, but I can deal with it for the price and quality of tire they are. Also, they aren't very lound on the highway as long as you rotate them every 3k at most. PM me if you have any other questions about them in particular.DevinSixtySeven said:depending on how much it rains where you are, you might want to look at the big-o xt. they seem like a fairly hard compound, they work well offroad in dry rocky stuff, and dont walk on the highway. they are hairy in the rain, tho...as will be any tire (like a bogger, for instance) which doesnt have much in the way of siping. theyre a high desert, rocky mountain kind of tire, great for that sort of terrain, not so good in the mudwest without siping.
You're really F :devil: kin :td: Funny Ryan! No, they are a little bit to aggressive for alot of sand usage, unless you air down to 10 psi. I'll be going with Interco TrXus STS - All Terrain for the NC sand in a few months when mine are outta tread...hovisimo said:trXus are lots of fun. they're super quiet for a MT. i've actually driven on louder ATs. not bad in the rain either. never tried 'em in snow. they're great in mud and on rocks, but as i understand, not very good in sand.
hovisimo said:trXus are lots of fun. they're super quiet for a MT. i've actually driven on louder ATs. not bad in the rain either. never tried 'em in snow. they're great in mud and on rocks, but as i understand, not very good in sand.
no time for that... looking at the new 2005 tundra updates dam soo nice to have infomation you guys don't ...(ill share it later) looks like 2005 is going to a great year 4.7 with vvti 282 horsepower and 5 speed trans not to mention a new 4.0v6 engine on the tundra and revised grill and bumper's tailights on access cab ...tire presure monitor system and revised gaugeshovisimo said:wrap your quote and size tags and you're on.