Toyo M-55

3.93

(30) Customer Reviews

Price Range:  USD $133.99 to $352.98

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LT215/75R15 (BSW) 309160  100 M
$133.99

LT215/75R15 (BSW) 309290  100 Q
$184.97

LT235/75R15 (BSW) 309270  104 Q
$209.95

LT215/85R16 309020  115 Q
$200.99

LT225/75R16 309000  115 Q
$252.79

LT225/75R16 (BSW) 309410  115 N
$218.77

LT225/75R16 (BSW) 312010  115 N
$329.99

LT245/75R16 312150  120 Q
$268.92

LT265/75R16 309070  123 Q
$300.04

LT285/75R16 312130  126 Q
$326.80

LT235/80R17 312060  120 Q
$207.88

LT245/75R17 (BSW) 309500  121 N
$265.99

LT245/75R17 309050  121 Q
$284.22

LT285/70R17 (BSW) 301750  121 Q
$347.31
LT265/70R18 309310  124 Q
$235.98

LT275/65R18 312300  123 Q
$352.98
LT275/65R18 (BSW) 309300  123 Q
$317.93

LT275/70R18 310270  125 Q
$308.99

Toyo's "Best for the Worst" - The ideal choice for any pickup owner requiring solid, ON/OFF road traction capability and highway performance in any weather.

  • Serious Tread Design: Designed for severe service. The Toyo OPEN COUNTRY M55 is known worldwide for its willingness to take on the toughest of tasks
  • Serious Durability: Tough, wide steel-belted construction provides stability and protection ensuring long, trouble-free service for those drivers who depend on reliability.
  • Serious Handling: Polyester casing ensures a smooth, ride when you need it most. Wide tread design for excellent handling on the highway
  • Serious Traction: Aggressive block-and-lug tread design for unbeatable all-season (M&S rated) traction with stability and comfort whatever the terrain

Overall 

3.9

Toyo M-55
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Dry
(4.2)
Wet
(3.8)
Snow
(4.1)
Handling
(3.7)
Comfort
(3.7)
Noise
(3.3)
Treadwear
(4.2)
Overall:
4.3
Dry
4.0
Wet
5.0
Snow
4.0
Handling
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
4.0
Treadwear
5.0

I'm on my 2nd set of M-55's for my 2012 Ram 2500 Diesel 4x4. I used the OEM Firestone Transforce H/T's for about 20,000 miles then received 4 flats on them in 2 weeks driving on gravel roads in Oregon. Combined with 8" of wet snow and the flats I bought 4 new M-55's. I ran them till the center was worn down when I bought 4 new M-55's to replace them in the biggest 17" diameter Toyo makes. (285/70R17) I'm currently at 151,000 miles on the truck and will replace them come winter since they are down to about 1/4" tread life left. They are noisy, they transfer every bit of the road roughness into the truck but I've never had a flat with either set of them and I drive on Scoria covered roads in North Dakota now and don't drive slow on them.

Size: 285/70R17

Vehicle: 2012 Ram 2500 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup, 6 Ft Bed ST (265/70R17 121 R 8x17) with 88495 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 3/21/2019 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
3.0
Dry
3.0
Wet
3.0
Snow
3.0
Handling
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
3.0
Treadwear
3.0

 

Size: 225/55R17

Vehicle: 2018 Mazda CX-5 4 Dr Sport Utility GS with 2000 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 9/16/2018 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
2.6
Dry
3.0
Wet
2.0
Snow
2.0
Handling
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Noise
3.0
Treadwear
3.0

The Toyo M-55 look awesome I had really high hopes for them. My hopes were squashed quickly. Starting a heavy load the tires were helpless for holding traction on wet or dry. With no trailer on pavement they were ok as long as it was bone dry. Climbing a wet grassy hill was a no go. In the deep snow the tires would do ok not great but ok. In the mud they will go in a straight line as long as you keep them spinning turning a corner doesn't work. On dry ground they do fine. They seem to wear pretty good compared to most tires I've had under this pickup. I think the rubber compound is enough harder that they wear good but too hard to hold traction. I took them off and put them under a trailer so maybe I can get my $375 a tire out of them. For the price I wouldn't buy them again or recommend them unless you stay on the hard dry ground.

Size: 255/85R16

Vehicle: 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup LS with 28962 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 10/12/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
4.6
Dry
5.0
Wet
5.0
Snow
5.0
Handling
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Noise
3.0
Treadwear
3.0

I use them on my rock crawler. Great tires for snow wheeling. At 5psi they just float on top of snow as well hookup on the rocks. Sure they're noisy. But if you want any Off Road performance it's going to be. Really luggy. Great in the mud and sand. Would like them to have a sidewall lug to hook up on the outside for better grip. Would use again but I bought Nittos this time round.

Size: 265/75R16

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Anonymous made this review on 6/16/2017 and is a Confident, Experienced Driver

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Overall:
3.7
Dry
4.0
Wet
3.0
Snow
4.0
Handling
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Noise
4.0
Treadwear
5.0

I Tried these on my dually dodge, 10,000 lbs truck weight, moderate trailer hauling up to 10,000 lbs trailer weight. on road, gravel roads, muddy trails, they have seen it all, and haven't had a single flat or tire related issue. wet traction isn't so good, they break free easily on wet roads. dry roads or off road conditions they have great traction. I use them summer only, but the very limited snow I have had them in they seem to do okay. Road noise I haven't even noticed, but then between the excellent noise isolation in my cab and the roar of a working diesel engine I wouldn't hear anything short of a massive mud tire. Tread life is fantastic, almost twice as long as some of the other tires I've tried. The one issue I have is the steer tires like to cut the edges of the tread area off, and round off the tire instead of a nice even wear. it's as though the tire is too stiff to flex with the steering geometry, none of the other tires I've run have done this. Because of this reason I wouldn't buy another set, but overall I would recommend them for anyone looking for a tire that can take a lot of abuse.

Size: 235/80R17

Vehicle: 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup, 8 Ft Bed SLT DRW (235/80R17 117 R 6x17) with 75000 KM of Tire Wear

Anonymous made this review on 4/8/2017 and is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)

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Warranty summary for replacement tires purchased on or after 01/Mar/2016

Treadlife Warranty

None

Uniformity Warranty

First 25% of wear

Workmanship Materials Warranty

5 years / Free replacement first 25% of wear, then prorated to final 2/32" remaining depth

Manufacturers Road Hazard Warranty

None

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