New Toyo Open Country R/T Tire

The ability of the Open Country R/T to tackle dirt, sand, and rocks is inspired by Toyo’s Open Country M/T maximum traction tire, while its quieter ride is a nod to the brand’s best-selling tire, the Open Country A/T II all-terrain, the company says. (See also “Toyo takes training on the road.”)
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High turn-up and a three-ply polyester casing strengthens the tire for improved handling, durability and tread life, while maintaining the proper load capacity. The Open Country R/T also features two spiral cap plies, contributing to high speed endurance and uniformity.

Additional features contributing to its durability and off-road performance include wide shoulder grooves, mud biting blocks and stone and mud ejectors. In addition to resisting impact, the durable sidewall compound is molded into two distinct designs so owners can customize their look.

On-road comfort and longer tire life come from features inside and out including special tread compound, an optimized pattern arrangement and interlocking tread blocks.

Eight initial launch sizes range from 17- to 20-inches in wheel diameter. The company plans to release additional sizes in early 2015. The Open Country R/T is backed with a 45,000-mile tread wear warranty and the Toyo Tires No Regrets 45-Day/500-mile trial offer.

Your Next Tire has all your tire needs weather you need tires for your minivan, backhoe, dump truck, lawn mower, atv, semi truck or Lincoln Navigator.
We have several warehouses full of tires and ship all over the USA daily. Give us a call at 1-888-513-8473 and check out our website http://www.yournexttire.com

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