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Quiet Mud Tires?

Looking at several options for 35" tires. Looking for aggressive look, good performance while remaining QUIET as I run down a freeway/road. Appreciate any suggestions.
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-Cooper STT Pro
-Toyo Open Country M/T
-General Grabber X3
-Toyo AT2
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I have the general grabber at3 on my old f150 with no drone on the highway or noise in general. But I don't know if that's on your list. And that's an 03 so the truck could be so loud that I can't hear it lol. Plus I don't drive too fast on the highway. Mostly 65.


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I've run toyo open country mt's on all my bigger trucks up to 37" tires and they are by far the quietest mt's I've tried. It's night and day compared to nitto or Bridgestone
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Ran the Toyo AT2 on my tundra great tire. Will be putting them on the Titan. Not truly a mud tire but they do decent in mud and we're quiet.


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That's what I hear! I've got about a $1200 credit with Discount Tire and they tell me that they are on national back order! Reviews I've read if the Nitto Trail Grappler seem to say they are "2nd quietest" mud tire out there.
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Keep an eye on the Revs per mile & the weight of the tire, those 2 things can make a difference on how the performance and mpg's are affected.
Personally I would stay with a Ko2's or Duratracs.

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The new Nitto Ridge Grapplers not only look bad a$$ but they are designed to be very quiet for an aggressive tire. There is a member on her who bought them for his truck. I have a set of 35X12.5x20r of them on order but there is a National Backorder on them right now due to high demand.
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If you want quiet with offroad performance, I'd look into the tweener class or the aggressive A/T or whatever folks want to call it. Tires like the GY Duratrac, Toyo R/T, Nitto Ridge Grappler, Cooper S/T Maxx, etc, would likely serve you well.

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I will be getting a set of Firestone Transforce A/T, I had them on my last Titan and still am impressed.
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My favorite tire was the Nitto Trail Grappler M/T. It was definitely the all around best tire I've ever owned
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