Summary: Overall, I'm happy with these tires. I've aways been a diehard Cooper Tire guy, but as of late have had mixed feelings. My dad switched to Toyo and several friends are using these same tires but in the Xtreme. Not one complaint from any of them.
Summary: I'm a Jeep Wrangler owner. No lift kit. No oversized floatation tires. No rock climbing in the near future. It's my daily commuter with the top down in the summer & 4wd engaged in the winter. Stock tire size is 245/75R16. Changed to Toyo Open Country AT II 265/70R16.
Summary: Great tire, installed on 2011 Jeep Wrangler with very minimal road noise. Not sure if the other reviewer got a bad set but have not seen any adverse reaction in rain or snow. Overall very pleased with purchase. These tires are nearly impossible to find, everywhere else had four month wait.
Summary: Nice Tires and look handsome on my F-150. I had noticed my factory Good Year Wranglers were slipping pretty bad on wet surfaces, and were wearing thin, and had gone with Toyo AT's on a previous truck with good results, so I looked up these new and improved models, and since the price was right, I...
Toyo tires are being recalled. You should google the ...
Frank Shiflett, Amazon
2 January 2015
Summary: Toyo tires are being recalled. You should google the recall and notice how long it takes before they issue their "corrective" action. Do you really want to have they let you down on the road? Buy something with quality, not Toyo. I learned the hard way.