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M55 LT Rad

Designed for demanding commercial service, the Toyo® M-55 is an ideal choice for any pickup owner requiring solid over-the-road, and off road traction. The M55 is studdable, further enhancing its winter capabilities.
ToyoM55 LT Rad - Main
ToyoM55 LT Rad - Angle
ToyoM55 LT Rad - Tread
ToyoM55 LT Rad - Sidewall
Tire Size UTQG Rating Service Description Load/Ply Rating Mileage Warranty Sidewall Per Tire Best Price Guarantee Add To Cart
LT215/75R15 NA 100M C-6 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 168.00 lowest-price-button_tn Call
LT215/85R16 NA 115N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 220.00 lowest-price-button_tn Call
LT225/75R16 NA 115N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 230.00 lowest-price-button_tn Call
LT235/75R15 NA 104M C-6 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 184.00 lowest-price-button_tn Call
LT235/80R17 NA 120N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 273.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
LT235/85R16 NA 120N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 261.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
LT245/75R16 NA 120N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 248.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
LT245/75R17 NA 121N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 264.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
LT255/85R16 NA 123M E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 313.00 lowest-price-button_tn Call
LT265/70R17 NA 121N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 287.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
LT265/75R16 NA 123N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 283.00 lowest-price-button_tn Add
LT275/70R18 NA 125N E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 319.32 lowest-price-button_tn Add
LT285/75R16 NA 126M E-10 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 312.27 lowest-price-button_tn Call

The M-55 is an all-position or drive axle traction radial designed to deliver versatility and improved mileage with dependable traction on- or off-road. Easily handles rough terrain, mud, and snow. Built to handle the most demanding commercial applications.

Avg. Customer Review:    9star
Reviewed by 5 customers - Own these tires? Write a Review.
The most helpful favorable review

10star (5.0/ 5.0)
Excellent tires
By from carthage tennessee on 04/24/12

Vehicle: 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 3500
Miles Driven on Tires: 69800
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful:

I work in oil and gas and drive offroad on a daily basis, on everything from mud to sharp blasted rock and I have never had a flat! I have been around the U.S. 3 times in every weather condition imaginable towing a 37 foot RV (I had truck and trailer weighed at 27,600 at truck stop) never a problem. I didn't rotate like you should, maybe twice, and I still got seventy thousand out of these tires, would get more but my front shocks were shot and wore the tires. Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and Arizona are bad on tires but not these. They're not cheap but compared to cheap tires that don't hold up and can't handle the abuse, these can. They are money well spent, and give you peace of mind when towing a heavy load.


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The most helpful critical review

6star (3.0/ 5.0)
So So
By from Columbia MO on 07/12/10

Vehicle: 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
Miles Driven on Tires: 35000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: no

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful:

Fine for stock trucks. The hard tread tends to slip under slightly agressive driving. Rotated them every 10K and I will be replacing them before I hit 40K. Very good off-road traction, only got stuck when I found some deep holes.


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10star (5.0/ 5.0)
M93
By from Roundup  Montana on 10/07/11

Vehicle: 1977 Ford Pickup-Super Cab
Miles Driven on Tires: 65000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:

I have owned the M55, however its big Brother the M93 is another step above any tire I have ever owned. You see, up here in the real world, an off-road tire like the Toyo M93 is a perfect fit. The testimonial came from a fellow hunter in the Little Belt Mountains. That morning it snowed heavily reaching the top of the hood on my 76' 4x4 F-250 Highboy. I started up a favorite road and knew it might be hairy. I was in low range. I was the only tracks being made up that side of the mountain. There was another entrance from the other side of the mountain so when I got there another hunter was sitting there. He and his partner had the windows down and were drinking coffee and B.S.ing. They didn't hear me till I was on their bumper anyway they had chains on all 4s.First thing out of their mouths was how did you get up here with out chains. I smiled and told them they aren't my first set of M93s. And won't be my last either. Take it from me the M55's are good the 93's are just tough to beat. See ya at the top


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9star (4.5/ 5.0)
wears like iron rides like lumber truck
By from sheridan WY on 05/15/10

Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Miles Driven on Tires: 80000
Driving Style: Average
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful:

Around here we have this kind of rock called "Scoria" and it chews through regular tires, but these Toyos hold up great. They are some of the toughest tires I have ever had. They are not handling tires and they don't do awsome in snow and ice, but you can sipe them and stud them. But if youre looking for a tire for work and longevity, there is no better tire. Mud is not a problem, neither is wet pavement. Just don't drive like a goofy teenager and you'll love them. They do ride rough but these are a work type tire, so no shoker there.


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8star (4.0/ 5.0)
Toughest Tire
By from Pasco WA on 03/24/14

Vehicle: 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD
Miles Driven on Tires: 100000
Driving Style: Aggressive
Driving Conditions: Combined Highway/City
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

I choose the M-55 for it's incredible durability. I run this truck managing forest fires and those roads and conditions are brutal on tires. I have never punched a rock through an M-55, I have on several other tires. The tread is aggressive enough to get me where I need to go without being too loud on the highway. These tires don't ride the best, and can be a challenge to balance, but if you need a tire you can trust off the grid, these are the best I have found. I routinely get very close to 50K miles out of these tires.


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