Use current location
We're done gathering the prices for all the tires in your search. Would you like to sort your search results by price?
Back to Search Results |
Tire Size: 37x12.50R17/D
Serv. Desc: 124Q
Max Load: 3525 lbs
Warranty (mi.) N/A
5 out of 5Submitted by Dwayne in Florida on 6/21/2017(2011 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon)
Over all great tire. Looking to buy my second set.
5 out of 5Submitted by George in Ohio on 4/21/2017(2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD LTZ)
Great tires for the price extremely happy with them
5 out of 5Submitted by ethan in Georgia on 1/26/2017(2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat)
These tires are great! 48000 miles out of them
5 out of 5Submitted by Franklin in Georgia on 10/18/2016(2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT (18 Inch Option))
Great tires handles great in Georgia clay
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Dan in Ontario on 7/24/2015(2011 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT 4x4)
5 out of 5Submitted by T. in California on 2/24/2015(2013 Toyota Tundra w/TRD Rock Warrior Pkg.)
Love these tires! They look great and perform well...only wish tread life was a little longer.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by oscar in Utah on 12/2/2014(2005 Ford F-150 FX4 (LT Tire Option))
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Kent in Ontario on 10/17/2014(2011 RAM 1500 Big Horn)
Love the tires!
5 out of 5Submitted by Name in Indiana on 8/6/2014(2006 Acura Trucks MDX Touring)
5 out of 5Submitted by Derek in Hawaii on 8/2/2014(2005 Ford Trucks F-350 Super Duty Lariat 4x4 Crew Cab)
Bought these tires because pro comps were bald. Wanted to go bigger but would have had to buy rims too and didn't have the money. I work my truck and these tires have stood up to the task. Tow a 10k lb excavator with trailer 13k total, and when I arrive on site, the tires are still cool (old tires could have cooked an egg on them). A 150 mile trip with 5000k in the bed and tires are cool and handling better than anything I had driven before. Sound is low compared to other mud terrains. My only complaint in there is no 37x13.5x18 E rated tire. Other than that, I will probably never switch brands.
5 out of 5Submitted by Kevin in Arizona on 7/21/2014(2006 Lincoln Trucks Mark LT 4x4)
This is the 2nd set of Toyo tires I purchased for my 4x4. I went from Toyo to Cooper and found my way back to Toyo MTs again. I rotate them religiously and at 35 thousand miles on them, they look like I could get another 50 thousand on them. I corner hard on the freeway ramps and it doesn't feel like I am going to slide into the other lanes like other tires I have used. They wear really well, and I can drive in the rain without issues. I drove up to Flagstaff during the winter last year and those tires tore through the snow and made me feel like I could go through anything. These are by far my favorite tire on the market and definitely have more bang for the buck.
5 out of 5Submitted by Steve in Kansas on 3/31/2014(2012 Ford Trucks F-150 FX4 (20 Inch Option))
Went with 33/12.5/20s. Great all around traction. Aggressive looking tire. Makes some noise at highway speeds but that's to be expected from a M/T. Would buy again. Great service, would recommend over any local competitors.
5 out of 5Submitted by Rusty in Georgia on 2/24/2014(2011 RAM Trucks 3500 Laramie Longhorn 4x4 (DRW))
4.7 out of 5Submitted by david in Florida on 2/24/2014(1986 Chevrolet Trucks K10 Custom)
Love the tires and the service. Thanks to all the guys. Looking forward to making the 2 hour drive for another set for my Jeep the near future.
3.7 out of 5Submitted by dave in New York on 2/19/2014(2013 Ford Trucks F-150 XLT 4x4 (18 Inch Option))
4.3 out of 5Submitted by christopher in Georgia on 12/29/2013(2006 Toyota Trucks Tacoma 4x4 Double Cab (17 Inch Option))
Great all around tire. It has the look of an aggressive tire and has the off road performance to back it up. Star rating. Doesn't have a Georgia clay rating but pulls great through it.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Juan in Utah on 10/24/2013(2010 Ford Trucks F-250 Super Duty XL 4x4 Super Cab (All-Terrain Tires))
I have had these Toyo's on my 2010 Ford Super Duty for 3 winters straight size LT295/70r17. The Toyos have a very aggressive tread with a very comfortable ride on dry pavement and are fairly quiet. They are NOT very noisy for an M/T rated tire. On wet roads with these beasts I wouldn't even know the roads were wet if I didn't see it for myself. In snow, I have never lost traction, got stuck, or slid off the road, and I don't drive like an old lady. I found myself passing AWD cars / 4x4 trucks on the highway in the snow and wondering if I was going too fast but I felt I had full control over my truck and wasn't going faster than I should be. These bad-boys are excellent in the snow, be it deep, slushy, or wet snow, never had a problem. I always had great traction in the snow. I also love the fact they are Rated E. I have a 3 ton hydraulic dump bed insert and on occasion add extra weight! I don't worry knowing they can and will handle it. I can tell you these are some tough tires. I have about 30K on my rear tires and they still have at least half of the original tread on them which I think is quite good. I will be buying these tires for my truck next winter. If you want a tough tire with great traction to get you through the mud and snow, look no further than these Toyo Open country M/T. They are great tires, I love em!
5 out of 5Submitted by David in Texas on 10/14/2013(2005 Dodge Trucks Ram 1500 ST 4x4 Quad Cab)
Tires were purchased to handle red clay road. Tires have performed better than anticipated and clean out very easily. It is almost impossible to get stuck.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Charles in New Mexico on 10/11/2013(2009 Ford Trucks F-150 Lariat 4x4 Super Crew Cab)
These are simply an AWESOME TIRE!!! I purchased 33X12.5X20 for my 2009 Ford F-150 and got a whopping 85K miles out of them. In fact, I still have decent tred. I'm replacing them with the same tires, but bet I could get another 20k out of them! By far the best tire for light duty trucks on the market. Nothing beats the Toyo! Only drawback is they are a bit spendy...but well worth it!
1.85 out of 5Submitted by Blair in Alberta on 3/31/2013(2008 Ford Trucks F-350 Super Duty FX4 Crew Cab)
I would not recommend these tires for on-road use.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Jim in California on 9/25/2012(2010 Ford Trucks F-150 FX4 Super Cab)
GREAT TIRE AND DOES NOT HUM GOING DOWN ROAD AND GIVES AWESOME RIDE. CAN'T BEAT THE PERFORMANCE ON A 4X4 MUD TIRE.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Mark in British Columbia on 6/8/2012(2012 Jeep Trucks Wrangler Unlimited Sahara)
300 Km test on these babies, A++ excellent. Chrysler has worked out a Toyo MT suspension formula for Rubicon that also fits special build Sahara, which I am lucky to own. Pro's for Sahara over Rubicon: S+ wheels are 18", R's are 17", so 1" extra to hub and considerable better mileage. More S+ low gear crawl control, enough improvement to overcompensate R's sway bar disconnect, but remember S+'s axels are only 3.73 front and 4.1 back, while R's are all 4.1. Trucking Rubicon or Sahara Special, Toyo MT is the tire to own.
<-------- This product is not currently licensed. Please license this product by clicking here. -------->
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Elkhart North
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Goshen North
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Elkhart
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Goshen South
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Wakarusa
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Middlebury
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Warsaw
Monteith's Best-One Tire & Auto Care - Syracuse
Best-One is a servicemark of M&Z, LLP. This use is under license.