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Old 10-19-2017, 07:30 PM
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Hello folks,
new with the forum (obviously).

Just got a set of 19 Atturo Trail Blade M/T tires for my 2008 RRS

they are being put on right now and i will be heading out to the trails this weekend. I found very little first hand information before I bought them ai I thought some people might find it informative.

I bought them from ebay, $600 shipped. Which is a great price. But is it really a good tire?

we shall see.
 
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Old 10-20-2017, 12:52 AM
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Tires are on!
It would have been great if it had thicker side walls. But looks lot better now.

Reasonable amount of road noise comparing to the all season tires but i dont think its louder than any other M/T tires. I will let you folks now with the grip after this weekends trip.

Here are some before and after pictures
 
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So its been awhile how do they ride? Ive got a 2005 LR3 and I'm about to pull the trigger on a set of these for $552.
 
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Great looking tire on the RRS. Loved them on my D2
 
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I bought 19” atturos 3 we’re out of round, now I have to deal with returning them, I will never buy truck tire online again. And I don’t recommend them.
 
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I've had them right close to a year now, zero problems, wearing even, so no complaints here.
 
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Had them on the LR3 since February and about 10k miles or so on the TrailBlade XT. Wearing well so far
 
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Just waved goodbye to the Atturo tires yesterday, posted them back to Discount Tires after 11500 miles in six months with them. Initially, they droned as I had expected on the LR4 for MTs but I was fine with that, here's our experience:
  • On road dry performance was average, better than expected for a budget MT tire, but it didn't take much to get them to squeal, but to be expected!
  • On wet roads, these tires were horrible, had to tip-toe on tight corners as understeer was to easily achieved!
  • Gravel - a ton of fun! Very progressive when drifting through dry trails
  • Rocks - good grip, take it slow and the trail blades will bite and go
  • Mud - the tires self cleared successfully and kept going
  • Snow - not so impressed, the sipes are few and far between and not particularly deep. Had to power our way out of some tricky scenarios
  • Durability - pretty terrible; tread was down from 17/32 (13.5mm) to 10/32 (8mm) in just 11,500 miles. Tires were evenly worn, which is good as I immediately had the LR4 aligned after fitting these tires. A lot of cuts on the leasile edge of tread blocks too with some chunking.
  • Reliability - main reason for the refund/exchange. In just 6000 miles, the belt had broken on one tire, by 11500 another had gone too, not attributable to any visible outside strike.
All now replaced with a set of GoodYear Wrangler Adventure with Kevlar in a size larger. So far, the wet road performance is incredible, road nose is gone, and it's a much lighter wheel considering the increase in size (Atturo Trail Blade 255/55/19 44llbs vs GoodYear Wrangler Adventure 255/60/19 41lbs) hoping to take it on trail before the season closes and see how these perform!
 
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