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Old 05-19-2005, 06:17 AM   #1
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tires ive never heard of...

Anyone heard of these tires??? Are they any good?

$182.40-Cordovan WT
$182.25-Dayton Timberline
$205.38-Bridgestone AT693

All models 32"x11.50 R15

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I have had experience w/ the Dayton Timberline AT & MT as well as the Bridgestone Dueler AT 693.
The Dayton and Bridgestone are both good tires. The Dayton is more of an economical tire (obviously) than the Bridgestone, but still a decent performer.

Check out JacksonPT's site for tire reviews.
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Old 05-19-2005, 06:24 AM   #3
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the bridgestones are the standard Dueler a/t, non-revo. and the daytons i think are really burly Mud terrains. I saw them on a tundra one time in spokane and they were pretty beefy if I'm thinking of the right name. I don't know what the cordovan is though
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Old 05-19-2005, 06:49 AM   #4
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I ran the Bridgestones on my 4Runner until recently. They worked well and got me where I wanted to go. I replaced them with Yokohama Geolander AT+IIs because I could get them for $100/set less than the Duelers. The place where I got my Geolanders also had the Daytons and they looked like a decent tire.

Edited because I mistakenly said I got the tires for $100/set not $100/set LESS THAN THE DUELERS. In other words, it was a $100 savings for 4, not 4 tires for $100.

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the timberline m/t is sweet... the a/t is just ok... the non revo dueler are cool also....
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Old 05-19-2005, 07:12 PM   #6
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hey hill!

i just put a set of those daytons mt's on my rig thursday. ill let you know how they perform after the long weekend. leaving tomorrow to give them a good highway run and a weekend of 'froadin!

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Old 05-19-2005, 07:53 PM   #7
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hill, are you talking about the dayton timberline a/t or the m/t? they are differnt tires... people here are saying yeah i put them on and they rock, but arent specifying what they got or what you want.....
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I have a set of Dayton Timberline A/Ts on my rig. I like them. Very nice ride and handling, and they're a pretty stout tire, as well.
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im totally looking for an AT Tire... and hopefull 32"...not sure if i want 11.5 or 10.5 but on my stock 15inch rims...

thinking of painting them black too
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I think the tires come from the factory painted black so you shouldn't have to worry about that

While I was looking for tires a few months ago, several places recommended the Timberline ATs. I believe they had just been rated as the best all around AT by Consumers Reports or an auto magazine...can't remember which. For the price they seem like a good deal.

If you're looking for something a little more aggressive, check out the Yokohama AT +II or maybe even Nitto Terragrapplers. Those were tops on my list and the Yokos won out basically because they came in a 32x11.50.

Check out discounttiredirect.com. Thats where I got mine and I believe with shipping and having them mounted and balanced I ended up paying somewhere around $115 a piece.
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Check out discounttiredirect.com. Thats where I got mine and I believe with shipping and having them mounted and balanced I ended up paying somewhere around $115 a piece.
That's not a bad price. I paid $130 shipped, installed, balanced per tire for my LT265/75-16 Geolanders recently. That was the best price by $30+ per tire in two different areas of the state.

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I had the Dayton Timberline A/T's a few years ago (235/75R15). They were OK, but didn't last long - 20K before I felt uncomfortable on anything but bare pavement.
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im totally looking for an AT Tire... and hopefull 32"...not sure if i want 11.5 or 10.5 but on my stock 15inch rims...

thinking of painting them black too
What tires do you have on now? I put Revos on last january and i like them a lot.
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Baby Pig...id REALLY LOVE to see some pics of your rig with your tires...

Im running 31" 10.5 on stock Hankook AT
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