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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, Toyo Sidewalls in Cadillac Escalade Forums; My friend here at work has a Lincoln LS with toyos on them, and just got two bubbles (both tires ...
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    Toyo Sidewalls

    My friend here at work has a Lincoln LS with toyos on them, and just got two bubbles (both tires on the right) I guess those sidewalls really are soft!!!!


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    Re: Toyo Sidewalls

    That's what everyone seems to say, one reason why I just got the Nitto's for my new 22's

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    Re: Toyo Sidewalls

    i've been hearing the same things. enough reason for me to stay away from them.

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    Re: Toyo Sidewalls

    As for Toyo tires on a "SUV" and not a car the Toyo tires are the best. My Toyo S/T Proxes have not given me any problems since putting them on 3 months ago. I remermber having some Nitto tires on my Honda and they were the worst. I would never mess with Nitto again.

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    Re: Toyo Sidewalls

    i've always been happy with good year.

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    Re: Toyo Sidewalls

    I have had the Toyo's on my old Denali with 22's and had no complaints. They did have a soft side-wall, but nothing the average person would notice. They did have a nice tread life, lasted for 30k+ miles.

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    Re: Toyo Sidewalls

    my fear with a soft sidewall would be on a hard corner the sidewall rolling over. i've seen it happen and it's not pretty.

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    Re: Toyo Sidewalls

    I run Revo's on my chrome stock 17's only because my truck seems to find a lot of mud while driving through some of of job sites, and the Revo's are great in the mud and snow, and they have a 500 tread wear rating.

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