What is the difference between Toyo RT and AT tires?
The R/T tire needs to perform at an off-road level comparable to the M/T tire, but really allow the consumer to experience on-road ride and noise comparable to a traditional A/T tire. Chris Han, Kumho: A general definition for the R/T tires would be a quieter M/T product with better handling on the road.
Are R T tires any good?
TRACTION. Because the Open Country R/T tires are designed similarly to the A/T, it performs very well in harsh road conditions. I’ve driven in torrential downpours, on dusty roads and fresh pavement and the traction has been impressive and never got me into any kind of trouble.
Are Toyo RT loud?
“ARE THEY LOUD?” Road noise is typically the initial topic of conversation in off-road tire discussions. Some tires roar, others hum and the best produce an auditory whisper. In regards to excessive noise with the Open Country R/Ts, there’s none.
What does Toyo RT stand for?
This new Toyo R/T (Rugged Terrain) fits in between the A/T and widely popular M/T in the company’s tire lineup and is created to perform very well in off-road conditions, while delivering solid on-road drivability without the noise you find on the M/T.
What is the difference between Toyo Open Country MT and RT?
Treadwear. Mud tires, in general, have a shorter life expectancy than hybrid tires because they wear and tear faster. The reason for this is the friction and traction that the MT tires face whenever you use them off-road. Thus, Toyo RT has a longer lifespan than its mud tire counterpart.
Are RT tires good in snow?
All R/T tires have the M+S mud and snow rating and some also have the coveted three peak mountain snowflake advanced snow rating, making them a great choice for vehicles that see street use, icy roads and unimproved snow and mud covered trails.
Is RT tire good in snow?
They’re fine in the deep snow but the lack of siping and large tread blocks makes them scary on icy/hard pack surfaces.
What does S and T mean on tires?
S — Up to 112 mph. T — Up to 118 mph. H — Up to 130 mph. V — Up to 149 mph. W — Up to 168 mph.
What is a speed rating of T?
Q — Up to 99 mph. R — Up to 106 mph. S — Up to 112 mph. T — Up to 118 mph. H — Up to 130 mph.
Do all-terrain tires wear faster on highway?
All-terrain tires will wear faster than street tires of similar quality but will last much longer on the road than mud-terrain tires. The average life of all-terrain tires is about 40,000 miles compared to 60,000 on your highway driver.