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Toyo Proxes S-T II
Toyo Proxes S-T II
  • Price Range:  USD $149.99 to $378.99
    All Season

    The Proxes ST II is a premium high-performance tire for SUVs, sport trucks and select crossovers. The fresh design and advanced tread elements deliver the perfect balance of style and performance with a luxurious image, superb handling, confident all-season performance, unparalleled noise reduction and consistent wear.

    The Proxes ST II is M&S rated and available in V, W, and Y speed ratings. It is available in a broad range of OE and plus fitment sizes, ranging from 16- to 26-inches in diameter.

    • Computer Optimized, Unidirectional, All-Season Tread Design - Aggressive, modern design provides a good balance between wet traction and dry handling.
    • Silent Wall Technology - Reduces pipe resonance, resulting in a quieter ride.
    • Five Variable Pitch Design On Shoulder - Reduces pattern noise.
    • Linear Grooving - Lower pressure on the block edge for better wear and handling.
    • Multi-Wave Sipes - Minimize irregular wear for a smooth, quiet ride. Increase all-season traction.
    • Modern Sidewall Design - Adds a sporty appearance.

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    Overall: 3.2  
  • 5/6/2014
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  • Size: 285/70R16 (1990 Chevrolet C1500 2 Dr Standard Cab 7 Ft Bed Silverado (235/75R15) with 804 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    For the miles I have put on them they have been good tires. I have had other brands of tires similar to the toyo proxes st ii but they have failed to impress me as much.
    Overall: 1.4  
  • 4/10/2014
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  • Size: 255/60R17 (2008 Cadillac SRX 4 Dr Sport Utility Base with 3 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I just put 2 miles on these and they suck. NOISE. Track horribly. Can count every little line in the road. I had Goodyear Assurance and they were great. 2008 Caddy SRX.
    Overall: 4.6  
  • 3/21/2014
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  • Size: 275/55R20 ( 402250 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Great tires when I first got them, let me truck sit outside for 2 years without driving on them and tires started dry rotting. They then became stiff and had no wet traction. But I feel I am to blame for neglecting the tires.
    Overall: 3.5  
  • 12/20/2013
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  • Size: ( 40225 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Sport package with staggered wheels. Very nice when I put the new shoes on, quite, sticks to road.....but now. Very, very noisy when warn down to 50% tread, wet handling is extremely diminished at this point. I live in NW, where we have full seasons. These Proxes would do better in dryer climate, and much better than the Dunlop run flats car originally came with. Best tire for the $$$$, you can get for $1K 315/35-20 Rear 275/40-20 Front
    Overall: 2.2  
  • 9/5/2013
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  • Size: 295/40R20 (2006 Infiniti FX45 AWD with 5632 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Haven't had these tires long but from day one I was clearly taken by the lack of traction in both dry and wet. Dry is definitely not confidence inspiring and the wet traction is abysmal. Tires break free far too easily and hydroplaning is a given in heavy rain. It is still early in the life cycle of these tires but noise and comfort levels are both beginning to give way. I just happen to have a second set of OE 21" FX 50 wheels with new Bridgestone Duelers I am going to install next week. Ratings on them are not stellar but they can't possibly be any worse than these. After reading all of these reviews my best guess is that weight, suspension type and camber must radically effect how different tires perform on different cars as I can't see how these tires would be acceptable on any vehicle. I have also heard that tire batches differ and that quality can vary, maybe I have a bad set, but again I can't wait to see these go......
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