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Infiniti Forum: Toyo Open Country HT?
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Old 08-04-2017, 04:24 PM
Kcrebel Kcrebel is offline
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Any of you guys ran this tire? Size is a bit different (wider) than the Bridgestone's that came on it. I've got almost 60k on the first set. Infiniti has tire deal buy 3 get 4th one for $1 but they have the tire prices and mounting/balance prices boosted up to cover it totally out at just under $1300. Same tires are $1220 locally with no specials for the Bridgestone Dueler HT 275/50/22.
Toyo Open Country HT 285/45/22 are $935 mounted and balanced.
Obviously leaning towards the Toyo at that price difference.

Just an update to this old thread. Man do I miss those Toyo tires. Had forgotten how much the Bridestones suck. I'm actually considering getting new Toyo's for the 18 and it only has like 12k miles on it. The improvement in planted feeling while driving is absolutely insane. With stock tires I feel like I'm riding on ice at times. Steering is way too loose.
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