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Old 06-10-2013, 08:50 PM   #1
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Tire selection

Which ones would you go with ??

37" toyo open country

37" nito trail grappler

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Old 06-11-2013, 03:31 AM   #2
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I loved my trail grapplers on my last truck.

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Old 06-11-2013, 07:34 AM   #3
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If both are MTs, they are very similar tires, made by the same parent company. I'd probably go with the Toyos for no good reason. If one is an AT and the other a MT, they are very different tires. If MTs, I like them for trucks and heavy SUVs (Suburban 6.0L, for example). I would not put a set on my Jeep.
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I LOVE my trail grapplers. Everyone I know at my local tire shop is running them on their trucks or jeeps so they talked me into a set. One guy has 50,000 miles on a set and still has ~ 1/4" of tread. They're quiet on road and handle great in all conditions; wet, dry, slipper, icey, muddy...
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Thanks for the input.. I run Nito Mudgrapplers on my F150 and they are loud and feel heavy.. Not only that I have to replace them every 7-8 months they wear out very quickly.. So I am concerned about Nito and 37"s being so costly.
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Thanks for the input.. I run Nito Mudgrapplers on my F150 and they are loud and feel heavy.. Not only that I have to replace them every 7-8 months they wear out very quickly.. So I am concerned about Nito and 37"s being so costly.
The mud grapplers are completely different, and as you said very loud. The trail grapplers are quiet and they last. Their performance on and offroad is very good especially to be a m/t.

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