Best Off-Road Tires for my 1994 Toyota Pickup?

I have a 1994 Toyota Pickup with a 4 Inch lift and i think it currently has 38 inch tires, but they are going bald, so i need new off-road tires the same size, but can they look cool plz? I usually off-road in the sand. I would like big and wide if you can find them that way.

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2 Responses to Best Off-Road Tires for my 1994 Toyota Pickup?

  1. car guy June 15, 2010 at 4:46 am #

    you can get tires any way you want if you can afford it, If you want a durable strong tough as nails tire that can take any kind of abuse, look at the bf goodrich all terrain, it has near two inches of rubber when they are bald, it works good in the slippery stuff but you need to air them down to 15 lbs for sand. If you want a more aggressive tire they have a bf goodrich mud terrain tire which would work good in sand too.I was reading some magazines and looking at several shows on tv called 4 Wheeling, they covered tire issues, in a few episodes, and bf goodrich was a favorite in terms of serious abuse it takes and traction, I have used them for years, and found them to be super good in snow as well.
    Look up americas discount tire, they have a website that has forum where people can rate (GOOD OR BAD) THE TIRES THEY BOUGHT,and their experiences with them after owning them from day one, until they replaced them. I saw a pretty aggressive KHUMO TIRE that was a bit more aggressive than the bf goodrich mud terrain, but found out it was a good tire, but had a soft tread, which means it wears much faster. Ultimately its your butt in the seat, while you can do some research online if there is no Americas tire, walmart has a decent website for tires, and if you know what you want, they can order almost anything. Tire Rack is an online store that can ship you tires, or ship them to a tire store for installation for a fee.costco has some good tire prices, and can special order if you want something in particular.
    hope this helps

  2. Rabbit June 15, 2010 at 4:46 am #

    check out offroaders.com thye have reviews of severla name brand offroad tires. i personally recommend the new Nitto Trail Grappler M/T. new, agressive, quiet on roads, and wear well. If you have mostly sand in mind, Nitto Dune Grapplers look badass(flame tread pattern) but are only good on roads and sand. Super Swampers SSR are also a popilar choice, so is any BFGoodrich tire, personally dont like them, overused.

    Nitto Trail Grapplers

    Nitto Dune Grapplers

    Super Swamper SSR or TSL

    DenmanGroundhawg

    Pitbull Growlers

    btw, nice truck