Ok,I bought an original owner 3rd gen, drove it a year stock, and got made fun of for buying a truck with "a million miles on it" (275K) I put 10K on it in a year. Then I tore into it, standard stuff nothing earth shattering.
I dig your "build"...Looking to do something similar in the next couple years. I just did a 3" suspension lift and 1" body. Its a daily driver right now so i didn't want to get to crazy. Were headed to JV for Hammers this year so i already know i'll be coming back with the itch to build mine up. Did you run an IFS toyota steering box?
Shit, Didn't see this.Remind me what axles...
I keep thinking about doing my 3rd gen...
Because I don’t use the xcab.
but that seems dumb
I ran Pro Comp AT's for years, then had a bad set And went away from them.I like my pro comp MT2s. They are a real offroad tire unlike those patagonia YouTube terrains!
No trailer I have to drive my truck everywhere and these work great both on and offroad.
Probably 10k on them. I have a few gashes on them, still holding air. Usually run them at 2psi on rocky, muddy, tree root laden east coast trails. Some minor tread chunking but that's mainly from having to floor it up shit sometimes out here. They work real nice, I dig them! No vibes up to 80 on these on beadlocks, balanced of course.I ran Pro Comp AT's for years, then had a bad set And went away from them.
How many miles have you got on them, and how do they survive abuse. Sidewall damage, And tread chunking? most of my stuff is dry and rocky desert. with occasional snow.
and this truck is a driver, no trailer ever.
They weren't on the list until you and another buddy recommended them, First impressions are good, they mounted up good, I didn't balance them and was able to run them up to 80 mph without any vibration. Hope to get a snow run in next week.Good choice on tires! I really like mine!!