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    Now which new tires to get...

    Pirelli Scorpion ATR+ would be my vote unless you really want LT then your only option at 19" is the Maxxis. Or use this as an excuse to get some Tuff Ants or Compmotives and widen your choices and give you bigger sidewalls?

    I run the Pirellis on mine. Get good reviews off-road, supposed to be pretty robust (for non LT) and they are fantastic on road with low noise and good grip. And they look great Now which new tires to get...

    Most of all they are one of the most modern AT tyres at this size available, at only a couple years old. Most competitors are much older designs.

    Good price on tyresales.com.au (which does include delivery to a local fitter and fitment and balancing).

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    toyo 19 inch AT plus

    Quote Originally Posted by coopers1969 View Post
    I didn’t think toyo’s make a 19inch in a AT.
    I have had a set of these for 40K. They are a bit noisy on concrete surfaced highways but no problems at all. They are not on toyo's website but my local toyo dealer sourced them.

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    I’ve also got Maxxis 980’s and in not overly impressed. I’ve heard that toyo have brought out a 255 55 19 recently but I haven’t tried them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swampy1 View Post
    I have had a set of these for 40K. They are a bit noisy on concrete surfaced highways but no problems at all. They are not on toyo's website but my local toyo dealer sourced them.
    Yes I have just found the Toyo open country at plus very cool love Toyo’s but I have also found wrangler duratrac for under 300 not fitted though which is a really good price seeing as I have been quoted 350.00 for maxxis 980.
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    Maxxis is LT - 115S
    Duratrac is XL - 111Q
    Pirelli is XL - 111H
    Toyo is XL - 111H

    All are worthy contenders. Pick your poison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coopers1969 View Post
    Yes I have just found the Toyo open country at plus very cool love Toyo’s but I have also found wrangler duratrac for under 300 not fitted though which is a really good price seeing as I have been quoted 350.00 for maxxis 980.
    The Toyo are around $260 a tyre. (+fit) and should be a reasonably quiet tyre.
    The Pirelli design gets a little noisy once they’re wearing in
    The Duratrac will humm almost from new
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    The Toyo are around $260 a tyre. (+fit) and should be a reasonably quiet tyre.
    The Pirelli design gets a little noisy once they’re wearing in
    The Duratrac will humm almost from new
    Noise is not in my decision process. Off road towing is my main concern. And I had ruled out the Durtracs due to the cost but have now found them a lot cheaper about the same price as maxxis so now back in contention.
    It is now between the Toyo’s and Duratrac’s Now which new tires to get...
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    Quote Originally Posted by coopers1969 View Post
    I didn’t think toyo’s make a 19inch in a AT.
    I thought that too but depends on which site you look at.
    Have yet to confirm but.
    The Hankooks are looking pretty good for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoJeffster View Post
    My Maxxis are good. I’m likely to stick with them. Wear - typical. A bit noisy but they’re practically an MT tread pattern so expected.
    Same here, good all round, wear is ok, ive done about 30,000km on them. Off road is great, bit of understeer on wet tarmac on roundabouts if too fast into the turn, but it is a 3t 4wd. Sidewall stiffmess is great offroad makes the ride a bit harsher, but acceptable.

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    Which model are those Coopers tyres?

    Apologies if its in the post and I missed it.

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