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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-31-2007, 09:48 PM Thread Starter
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Nitto Tires?

Anyone heard or know of any good, bad or indifferant about the Nitto A/T Terra grapplers? :thanks:

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I am running them on my Ex and they seem to be really quiet and a good tire so far. I have only had them for about 2k miles though.

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a friend of mine has a set on his truck and loves them, they seem to be fairly quiet, and ride good,not too expensive ,and look good at the same time. thinking about a set for my 06 when the goodyears wear out.

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i have 35" terra grapplers. i love em. i have just over 20k and got a good ammount of tread left. they ride good, track good and do very good offroad...
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i love mine have over 25000 on them with about half tread left. great tire!!

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Same here, 35's and ride great. Do very well towing my 34' 5th wheel on the highway and still enough traction to move it all around when I get to the sand and am looking for a place to camp.

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Awesome guys, :thanks: ! I think those are probably what I'll go with then. Kinda nice that a company can make a good tire and not cost 200+ a piece. The Michelins i have ride nice and all but are crazy expensive and arnt very good in the off road areas.

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i agree with fireball. they do great towing my 40' toyhauler and make it great in the sand as well.
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I'm running 315's on my dually, love 'em, fairly quiet, not as quiet as BFG's A/T though...check out sig... Sixpack

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I had them on my 350 35 inch. I had a problem with them shaking. I prefer the toyo a/t over the nitto's
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