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Toyo Open Country A-T II Extreme
Toyo Open Country A-T II Extreme
  • 4.0  (4 customer reviews
    Price Range:  USD $238.99 to $505.99
    All Season

    The All-terrain Open Country A/T II Xtreme light truck tire is designed to perform great in a variety of conditions. The "e;XTREME"e; series of Open Country A/T II light truck tires give you all the traction you need with more durability and longevity than the competition.

    • New Wear-Resistant Tread Compound for excellent tread life and durability.
    • XTREME series sizes feature a deep Scalloped shoulder and heavy duty construction for a rugged aggressive look and added durability for those Xtreme conditions!
    • Polygonal Blocks and Zigzag Sipes for excellent all season traction performance.
    • Deep Tread Grooves with Stone Ejecting Blocks - Tapered claw edges for enhanced mud and snow traction and Off Road durability.
    • Tie Bars between Blocks stabilize tread blocks to reduce irregular wear and road noise and improve braking.
    • Aggressive Sidewall and Open tread block design deliver tough looks and even tougher performance in dirt, mud or snow, while maintaining quiet ride.

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    Overall: 4.1  
  • 3/20/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R18 (2005 Ford F-350 Super Duty 4 Dr Extended Cab 8 Ft Bed Lariat SRW (275/70R18) with 16090 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    These tyres are VERY plush while you break them in. It takes a couple thousand km for them to stiffen up. The higher your PSI the quicker they become stable. Explination of this is that the tyres are excreeting excess oils that make them soft and slick on wet spots/ice. So be careful of extreme manuevers & hauling loads/trailers during this period. Once broken in, these are fantastic. They haul 4000lbs apiece, far more than my axel ratings. They handle like racing slicks on dry pavement, and respons well to wet pavement. They also carve through standing water, you know it's there but you wont hydroplane if you tried. I run Hakkapellitta LT2s with studs as a winter tyre. That said, considering these are all-seasons they handle fresh snow very well (I can drag my truck through 12" of powder with no issues),and moderate slush very well. Due to lack of studs/siping/soft rubber compounds they are slick on ice and compressed snow. When I first bought them I got cockey and decided to drive the truck (a diesel) through cat tails. The tyres were able to drag me in 4 low through thick, sticky, swampy mud up to 16 inches deep. However, beyond 18 inches the truck became VERY stuck. My buddy in an Excursion with 35 x 12.5 Duratracs got stuck in only 12 inches of the same mud to give you a reasonable comparison. These tyres are noisey above 80kph/50mph. That said, I drive a noisy diesel so the noise doesn't bother me. Treadware, you NEED to do the chalk test to ensure you have even treadware. I run 60PSI in the front, and only 40PSI in the rear. These tires will wear VERY well if you air them up according to the chalk test (look it up), but if you follow the manufacturers recommended pressures you will find they cup very quickly. I also found fuel economy suffered. I will by the AT2 again, but only the normal AT2 in stock size. The oversized Xtremes give me more than enough spring-summer-fall traction, but the milage hit is difficult to deal with.
    Overall: 4.6  
  • 3/2/2014
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  • Size: 285/65R18 (2011 Ford F-150 4 Dr Crew Cab 6 Ft Bed XLT (265/60R18) with 8000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Awesome!
    Overall: 4.0  
  • 1/16/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R17 ( 1500 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I don't know what kind of snow the first reviewer was driving on but here in southern Manitoba we get the worst snow and driving conditions possible. Just put these tires in size 285/75/17 on my Dodge Diesel and they are fantastic! Better than BFG and Goodyear hands down!! Cut through snow and held good on ice. Did not have to use 4x4 as much and felt very confident in extreme driving conditions! I highly recommend this tire!!
    Overall: 3.2  
  • 1/8/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R18 (2010 Ford F150 FX4 4x4 Super Crew with 12872 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I bought a set of 285x75R18s for my F-150. I typically run BFG AT TA/KOs but due to several circumstances I was not able to get these tires. I put nearly 8,000 dry miles on the Open Countrys and they were fine on dry pavement and dirt. they are a little loud and have a hard ride but you would expect this from a 10 ply tire. where I found this tire lacking was in the snow. It was as if I was on skates. I hated them so much I actually got rid of them at a loss to get a real snow tire that would handle the winter conditions of the mountains around Portland. Also if you are reading reviews of these tires on the Toyo website you should note that the sensor those reviews. My review was rejected, I am assuming because I did not like the tire. I would avoid this tire if you spend much time driving in winter conditions.