As of two weeks ago, the ToyoMT are on a national backorder with no hopes of returning anytime soon, they are also 10 ply so will be stiff on the highway.
I run Moabs with 1.25" spacers, effectively 3.75" BS. At full steering lock, the 305's come within 3/16" of rubbing the swaybar on one side, about 3/8" on the other side, with a 2" lift and no adjustable front trackbar. With 4" BS I think you could probably make it work with a single washer under the steering stops. There is no problem in the rear.Scoob said:Excellent input Gary. Thank You
I was actually thinking about switching to the 305's as well. What back spacing are you running yours with? The rims I am looking at are a 4.5" BS I know this wont be a problem with 285's but I am not sure that would be the case with the wider tires.
Now if I could just get over the white letters out on the GY's. Do they make something to hide the letters with, maybe a sharpie?
We have had very good luck with both the toyo, and the mtr/k in winter conditions up here.mikel said:The key word in Gary's reference to snow is "powder".
Before anyone says something like - anyone that thinks an offroad mud tire will be good in the snow is an idiot - I agree. I'm just throwing this out there because I have read reviews stating the MTR/k's are good in winter conditions. My experience is contrary.