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Old 02-28-2014, 06:36 PM   #1
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Nitto question

Was looking @ terra grapplers and I've seen 2 types listed. One lists the size, then there's a cheaper option with the size and /10 after it.

What's the difference?

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Old 03-02-2014, 04:02 AM   #2
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I'm not sure what size but tire companies sometimes make two tires exactly the same size but one of them is designated LT for Light Truck or a different load range letter and it is designed to have a higher load capacity and hence a higher price tag.

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/10 next to the price could mean for 10 or more tires as in for a tire dealer.

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Old 03-04-2014, 05:36 AM   #4
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/10 next to the price could mean for 10 or more tires as in for a tire dealer.

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Had it backwards, the "/10" option is more expensive. Here's an example...

285/70/17 - $193 Find Nitto Terra 285/70R17 Tires at Walmart.com. Save money. Live better.

285/70/17/10 - $238 Nitto Terra Grappler Tire 285/70R17/10, Nitto Light Truck Tire, All-Terrain Performance Tire, Off-Road Performance Tire
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Was looking @ terra grapplers and I've seen 2 types listed. One lists the size, then there's a cheaper option with the size and /10 after it.

What's the difference?
I'm thinking it is the 10-ply designation of the 'E' rated Terra Grappler. If it has a load rating of '126' that is probably the case. Check with your vendor to be sure.

I just ordered a 'D' load rated '122' in a 16" (LT285/75R16 D1 122Q) because I didn't want the stiffer ride of an E sidewall tire.

If you are looking at a 285/70R17, beware that they offer one with a passenger tire rating (P285/70R17) as well as the LT (light truck) version. The 'P' version is much cheaper and carries lower load ratings.

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cool goo info
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I'm thinking it is the 10-ply designation of the 'E' rated Terra Grappler. If it has a load rating of '126' that is probably the case. Check with your vendor to be sure.

I just ordered a 'D' load rated '122' in a 16" (LT285/75R16 D1 122Q) because I didn't want the stiffer ride of an E sidewall tire.

If you are looking at a 285/70R17, beware that they offer one with a passenger tire rating (P285/70R17) as well as the LT (light truck) version. The 'P' version is much cheaper and carries lower load ratings.

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Awesome...thanks!
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Means its a 10 ply tire
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I had the cheap terra grapplers on my dodge Dakota before I bought my jeep. I only.drove my truck on road, and then off-road for camping, not even wheeling once every couple of months.

I don't know about the more expensive ones, but the cheap ones suck. STEER CLEAR. The tread wear on those for just on road is horrendous. I also got pinhole leaks in two tires in the sidewall after a year of on road driving. Nitto didn't want to hear from me and the shop said it wasn't heir problem since it was after a year, and since it was the sidewall, nobody would patch it.

After a few months of using fix-a-flat I just got fed up and scrapped the tires and bought 4 new ones.

Just my $.02

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