Toyo Open Country AT III on 20' Limited with 22"

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Hey folks, just wanted to share my initial impressions of this tire. Got it installed a few days ago and so far it's riding excellently. After scouring this forum, I decided to get the 33x12.50/22 on my Limited. I have air suspension, no level/lift etc, and I have had no rubbing under normal everyday driving. I would imagine at Aero or Entry/Exit they would, but there's no reason to really be locking the steering that sharp in those modes. It rides very well, you can feel it is very stuck to the ground and I have had excellent results in wet conditions so far as well. I had them aired to 40psi all around. 20200703_144401.jpg 20200703_140223.jpg

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Looks great! I’d really like to take a set of these tires for a spin. I think they’re going to be very popular. Definitely better than the AT2 it replaced.
 

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Same tires I have with just over 10k on them. I like them a lot, I ran the R/T’s on my super duty for well over 30k without issue before selling the truck to buy my Ram. Only issue I was advised to not get the 22 inch toyo as it was a 10 ply and might be a bit harsh.... so I had to downside my rims to 20’s... are yours 10 ply ? Just curious....
 

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Same tires I have with just over 10k on them. I like them a lot, I ran the R/T’s on my super duty for well over 30k without issue before selling the truck to buy my Ram. Only issue I was advised to not get the 22 inch toyo as it was a 10 ply and might be a bit harsh.... so I had to downside my rims to 20’s... are yours 10 ply ? Just curious....
Great looking truck also! Your tires are not the same however. Toyo just came out in the last few months with the all new Open Country AT3. You’ve got the AT2. Just a friendly FYI

According to Toyo’s website, yes the tires he has are 10 ply and the tires you have are also 10 ply. You have more sidewall with your 20s therefore it will naturally ride better.
 

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The AT 2s we’re the best tire I ever ran on a truck, these will be the tires I replace the Durotracs I have on my Rebel with.
 

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Great looking truck also! Your tires are not the same however. Toyo just came out in the last few months with the all new Open Country AT3. You’ve got the AT2. Just a friendly FYI

According to Toyo’s website, yes the tires he has are 10 ply and the tires you have are also 10 ply. You have more sidewall with your 20s therefore it will naturally ride better.
Makes sense.... I think going from the stock 22’s to anything else with a little sidewall made it a better ride. Even with the airbags it was a little too stiff for me. Way better now..... I think toyo makes a good product but I do t see a lot of people on this forum running them.
 

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I had stock 22's with my night edition. Put the mopar lift on and had zero change in ride quality. After a few weeks I put on the new wheels with the toyo at 3. I went with the 295/60/20. I didn't have a harder ride, noise a little louder, but not terrible for sure. Dealer put 42 psi, I am trying down to 38 and hopefully it improves, or I will use the Toyo return policy and go with something else.
Any suggestions on psi ?
 

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Any suggestions on psi ?
The last generation rebel had E rated tires and they were 45 front 50 rear cold on the door. I was running about 38 psi and was starting to get uneven wear so I bumped it up to 45 front 50 rear and that took care of the problem.
 

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I had stock 22's with my night edition. Put the mopar lift on and had zero change in ride quality. After a few weeks I put on the new wheels with the toyo at 3. I went with the 295/60/20. I didn't have a harder ride, noise a little louder, but not terrible for sure. Dealer put 42 psi, I am trying down to 38 and hopefully it improves, or I will use the Toyo return policy and go with something else.
Any suggestions on psi ?
Wow... I might be a little soft then at 36 all the way around.... wear seems to be going even on all 4 though..
 

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Hey folks, just wanted to share my initial impressions of this tire. Got it installed a few days ago and so far it's riding excellently. After scouring this forum, I decided to get the 33x12.50/22 on my Limited. I have air suspension, no level/lift etc, and I have had no rubbing under normal everyday driving. I would imagine at Aero or Entry/Exit they would, but there's no reason to really be locking the steering that sharp in those modes. It rides very well, you can feel it is very stuck to the ground and I have had excellent results in wet conditions so far as well. I had them aired to 40psi all around. View attachment 61231 View attachment 61232

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I am looking to get the same exact tires with the same rims on my 19' limited. Have you had ANY rubbing to be aware of? Also, do your pressure sensors still function with the new stuff?
 
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