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Ok, I've seen them floating around the internet now, who has some more information on these? Toyo's website is pretty useless for the stats.

Interested in weight, ply, load rating, etc.

Anyone!? :grin
 

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Ok, I've seen them floating around the internet now, who has some more information on these? Toyo's website is pretty useless for the stats.

Interested in weight, ply, load rating, etc.

Anyone!? :grin
Looks like this UTV Action article has most of info your looking for:
 

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If you’ve ever owned Toyo tires before you’d know they’re probably some of the most well constructed tires money can buy. Even the big (35”+) mud terrains usually take very little weight to balance. I’m sure the UTV tires will be no different.
 

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If you’ve ever owned Toyo tires before you’d know they’re probably some of the most well constructed tires money can buy. Even the big (35”+) mud terrains usually take very little weight to balance. I’m sure the UTV tires will be no different.
Very True, same with Nitto ( Toyo is the parent company to Nitto ). They’re very well made & great performing tires. They were both too late to the game for me with 32’s... and now I’ve moved up to 34’s, which I highly doubt they’ll ever make a bigger SXS tire than a 32 anytime soon, otherwise they’d be my first choice.
 

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I run Toyo tires on my motorhome. Best tires I've ever run on it. My only two problems with their SxS entry is the one size (I run 30" and don't want to go bigger), but, my biggest issue is they aren't DOT tires. Here in AZ, we do a fair amount of paved road use getting to and from our trails and just general road use. Being street legal here, a lot of us treat our RZRs as " second cars" and I've found DOT tires to be much more sedate and controllable on asphalt.
 

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I run Toyo tires on my motorhome. Best tires I've ever run on it. My only two problems with their SxS entry is the one size (I run 30" and don't want to go bigger), but, my biggest issue is they aren't DOT tires. Here in AZ, we do a fair amount of paved road use getting to and from our trails and just general road use. Being street legal here, a lot of us treat our RZRs as " second cars" and I've found DOT tires to be much more sedate and controllable on asphalt.
They make the Nitto in a 30, but again, not DOT. I was extremely surprised that Toyo, Nitto, and BFG all released non-DOT sxs tires, although, if it's not a legal requirement (even if it is), I'd still bet they have the same mannerism as DOT tires, just without the stamp.
 

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That's a rather expensive gamble. I've run non- DOT tires and at speeds above 45, they tend to get twitchy on asphalt with my current build.
 

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That's a rather expensive gamble. I've run non- DOT tires and at speeds above 45, they tend to get twitchy on asphalt with my current build.
Different machine, but I ran my non-dot pro armors up to 90+ on both asphalt and dirt and they were solid as could be.
 

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You have a much longer wheelbase, inherently more stable at speed. On my two seater, the less squirm (@ 9 psi) of the DOT tires yields a much calmer tracking scenario. I'm great on rocks and sharp turns, but, not so much on high speed asphalt. Airing up and down gets old...there is a bunch of us retired folks that can be in the desert (Benson, AZ) at the slightest whim 😉
 
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