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AT2's vs. FC II's vs. ATZ P3's

What are your opinions? I was thinking the AT2's, but I like the looks of the P3's also and they are about 10 lbs. lighter a piece. If that would make much difference. I also like the Cepek's! Decisions, decisions!


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I Like the ATZp3s better myself, they are more aggressive looking and are a good name tire.

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I like the P3's also, but I have Toyo M/T's now and am looking forward to a little smoother ride and possibly less noise. Everyone says you get better mileage with a A/T also, but I'm not looking for them to make that much difference in mileage.


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All are good tires, but the Toyo's are probably the best of the three.

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I have the ATII's on my truck now, and for an AT they are pretty aggressive looking. They are noticeably quieter than my buddies Toyo MT's that's for sure.




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I just put a set of the ATII's on my truck and couldn't be happier! I was running the Pro Comp Extreme MT2's and they Toyos ride much better. Plus you can't beat a 65,000 mile tread life warranty.

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I have the Toyo ATII's for my winter tires, and I absolutely love these tires. I run the Nitto Trail Grap in the summer, so I didn't need an aggressive look. Also, the Toyos are ridiculously quiet, I can't even hear them at 75.

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I have the ATII's on my truck now, and for an AT they are pretty aggressive looking. They are noticeably quieter than my buddies Toyo MT's that's for sure.



What size are these? I can't zoom in far enough to read the sidewall.

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What size are these? I can't zoom in far enough to read the sidewall.
35x12.50x17 on 17x8 wheels.


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