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Old 05-13-2020, 12:03 AM #31
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Check out the new Toyo AT3's. They are pretty sweet and come in all kinds of sizes.
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They are absolutely ancient, no doubt. It's part of the appeal for me. I keep telling myself to wait and see what the new Sequoia will have going on. Supposedly it'll be a new vehicle top to bottom, since it'll be made in a new factory. But I'm also worried they'll ruin it then I'll have to fight over the last remaining old model Sequoia.

Never know, they might do something great. I think it's more likely they turn it into a crossover...
Im very hopeful about the new Sequoia as well and he the older style is still ok but your right they could turn it into a Honda Pilot with a Toyota Badge which the few older Sequoia will become scarce like toilet paper
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It's only fair to follow-up, right?

Had the Defender LTX M/S installed, stock size. They look slightly beefier than the OEM Yokohamas, though the measurements are unlikely to be much different.

The ride is great. Highway noise/hum is non-existent; so my main concern is taken care of. There's no way they can be worse than the Yokos off-road... but the tread certainly looks like it'll be better. No telling when I'll get to test off-road or snow conditions. I took them up a steep grassy hill on my property and pinned it; there was no hint of wheel spin, for what that's worth, lol.

Time will tell, hopefully they're better in all aspects than the Yokos. So far, no ragrets. I kept an OEM Yoko as the spare, since it only had a couple of thousand miles on it.
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I have read up on so many tire post on which tire to go with. After all the bad luck I have had with trying to get the Falken A/T tires balanced. Hit between 50 and 60 and get wheel shaking. I tried the 10 ply no good. Tried the 4ply no good. Contacted Falken twice. And they recommend to switch to a different tire brand. Going back to my Stock Nitto’s had no issue with them on my 2020 Pro wheels. Also have brand new SCS wheels with Falken tires mounted on them. Do not see any issues with the wheels. I’m done trying to get these tires to work.
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