Introduction - Hilux from the Victorian High Country

Introduction - Hilux from the Victorian High Country

Postby Stormie on Fri, 02 Apr 2021 12:33 +0000

Hi Gys
I'm new to the forum and have a 2009 Hilux dual cab. Alloy tray and canvas canopy, factory bull bar and a couple of LED light bars. Lifted, lr tank, water tank, dual battery.
Recently swapped out the yellowed headlights for angel eyes with DRL. Used an auto elec who also cleaned up the nasty dual battery install a third party had installed.
Running Toyo Open Country R/Ts 265/70 R17 on 8" wide sunraysia steels
Thanks folks

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Re: Introduction - Hilux from the Victorian High Country

Postby TheGruffulo on Fri, 02 Apr 2021 2:18 +0000

Welcome
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Re: Introduction - Hilux from the Victorian High Country

Postby mitchmac on Sat, 03 Apr 2021 10:56 +0000

Hey Stormie,
How do you find the R/T's?
I'm currently trying to decide between the Toyo RT's or the MT's.
Thinking MT's as the Hilux isn't my daily anymore.
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Re: Introduction - Hilux from the Victorian High Country

Postby Gipsy on Sun, 04 Apr 2021 5:40 +0000

Hey guys, I'm running open country at2 and they're great all-rounders. Good on the highway and plenty of tread depth. They are true light truck construction with heavy sidewalls to take a load.
Cheers Gipsy :D
My 2013 auto D4D DC SR5, prefilter, 3" exhaust and Chip with egt probe, stock SR5 rims with Toyo Open Country AT2 265/65R/17's
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