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2000 km on a 2003 tahoe

so far very happy overall as compared to the wranglers that were on it

quieter , corner a little better in the city, handled the rain very well

going on a road trip next week so I'll know more about extended highway performance then.
 

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Ever been in 4wheel low?

C'mon now. Take it out and get it dirty too. Let us know how it does in the mud, and sand. Off road is what its all about. You haven't been 4wheelin' until you've had it in 4wheel low.
 

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I run the same Toyo's on my wifes 2001 Suburban (18") and in fact are on the second set. I run the 20" Toyo's on my 2006 Silverado. Great tires and do well in the sand, snow, and mud.:great:
 

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got to figure out how to do a profile,the tahoe is the pretty one,my old scottsdale is the bury it dig it out and bury it again one:happy: :happy:
 

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should be there now lol damn technology
 

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3 thousand kilometers mixed highway and country roads

very happy only get noisy over 75 mph

but with the cruise set at 68 they were very smooth

throwing it around a little too fast on backroads turned out to be a pleasant surprise not too much sidewall flex and very little wheel hop when I got real stupid.

all in all very satisfied
 

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I have Toyo's on the wife's 95 Blazer......Not a bad tire for the money.

Good performance so far with about 11K miles on them......

As always keep correct air pressure to provide even tire wear...that is a big key with any tire.

Thanks for the post..
 
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