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I'm up for tires soon and these sound like a deal. Thanks for the heads up
 

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No problem. The more I drive on them the better there getting. Cornering is amazing on These. Feels like I did something to the suspension but no it's the tires. Could t be more satisfied with this purchase.
 

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Was going for the Atturos, but onlinetires didn't have them.
Got the Lexany thirty something and they're great too.
Difference between them and the good year is night and day.
 

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I wish i would have went this route instead of 1200.00 in Nitto NT05s sitting here... :(
 

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Bought these after seeing the review by rp productions on YouTube. $605 delivered to my door. Had them on for a week now. There better in every way than my Toyo stII. Those were $1200. Just thought I would put up a review because no one else really has.


Thaaaaaaank you. Ive been buying toyo proxes stII for along time, and ive liked the overall performance of the tire, i just wanted a more agressive and stickier tire without going to nitto. Ive recently started searching about the atturo's being reviewed on a truck. I used the search engine and found a small discussion about the az800's... but not the az850. Buddies in my car club have the az850's on the rear of there challengers/chargers and they love them.

Anyways, good way to be different and start a thread. Please update or private message me where you ordered the tires from?!?:grin2:
 

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I ordered them from online tires.com. I live in southern California and they got to me in 2 days. I was in the same boat. There aren't any reviews on these tires. So I took a shot. It turned out great.
 

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I've been using Toyo ST II's for years now too. Time for a change up. I'll consider these as well for my next set.
 

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The AZ850 is a summer performance tire, supposed to have good wet/dry performance but will most likely be poor in the snow.
 

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I've had these for 6 months. Still look new. Almost no noise and handle great. I launch harder on these then my Toyo STII did.
 

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These have a softer side wall but grip way better. I don't feel any more roll over the other tires. Just more grip.
 

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I switched from Nitto 420s' to AZ850's and they are much quieter. I didn't consider the 420 to be a loud tire however the AZ850 is still noticeably quieter. I have not had the chance to drive them in the rain since it doesn’t rain much outside of Monsoon season in Arizona. I noticed that my jeep follows ruts a little more however that’s just cause and effect to going up in size to 275/315.

They do have a bit more side to side “roll” when I rock the vehicle side to side on the highway. Again I am comparing this to Nitto 420s’ in stock sizes 255/285 where the tire is slightly stretched, a more aggressive sidewall angle.

Overall I am very happy with my 538 dollar set of Atturo’s.
 

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I switched from Nitto 420s' to AZ850's and they are much quieter. I didn't consider the 420 to be a loud tire however the AZ850 is still noticeably quieter. I have not had the chance to drive them in the rain since it doesn’t rain much outside of Monsoon season in Arizona. I noticed that my jeep follows ruts a little more however that’s just cause and effect to going up in size to 275/315.

They do have a bit more side to side “roll” when I rock the vehicle side to side on the highway. Again I am comparing this to Nitto 420s’ in stock sizes 255/285 where the tire is slightly stretched, a more aggressive sidewall angle.

Overall I am very happy with my 538 dollar set of Atturo’s.

Where did you order them for 538? :O:surprise:
 
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