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Love the aggressive tread. Any opinions. Big thing, How loud are they. I like some road noise but do not want it to over run stereo or give me a headache while driving.
 

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I had a set on my last truck for about 28K before I sold it. Offroad this tire is amazing. They stick like glue and they can take a beating. On road they are surprisingly smooth and comfortable but they do carry a tune. I didn't mind the noise while I had them but I didn't buy them with a concern for noise. Here's a parking lot pic of my old truck:



And here's a couple pics of a Jeep I ran with in Moab 09:

 

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Nitto Grapplers

I just installed 33's Nitto All Terrain Grapplers, and I love them not so noisy handling is pretty good on road; not as good as the original Bridgestone Deulers all terrain but i was willing to sacrifice a little comfort for the rugged off road look.... Sahara.jpg
Here is a pic of my 2011 Wrangler Unlimited Sahara
 

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I looked at the Nitto MudGrappler... Instead I went Nitto Trail Grappler MT... Still a mud tire, but a better look and these things are quiet. These are the quietest mud tire I've ever seen... And they are aggressive.
 

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Just keep an eye on um....dad's buddy just had to get 3 of his 5 replaced by Nitto. The tread was seperating at the lugs on an 07 model tire. We won't take a chance with um again.
That would suck! Luckily... So far so good! At about 7-8,000 miles.
 

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Terra Grap's

I have had a full set on my 5.7 4x Tundra (LongBed) for about 30K miles now, with no problems at all. and they are wearing very well, with good rotation...and no noticable road noise. We plan to upgrade to them on our 11 JK very soon...:thumb:
 

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I had a set of these on my old 95 wrangler. They worked great, and here in Miami, there is not a lot of hills or off-road to speak off. Overall, they handled very good, great on breaking, and not much noise.
 

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Ive been using nittos on my race cars for years n absolutly love the company... Havent had to change my original tires yet, but as soon as im ready for another set, im plannin on gettin 33x12.5 nitto mud grapplers... Im told theyre a little loud on the highway, but fantastic off road... N here in fl most of the off roading is in the mud...
 

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Ive been using nittos on my race cars for years n absolutly love the company... Havent had to change my original tires yet, but as soon as im ready for another set, im plannin on gettin 33x12.5 nitto mud grapplers... Im told theyre a little loud on the highway, but fantastic off road... N here in fl most of the off roading is in the mud...
I had a set of Mud Grapplers on my Titan before I sold it. They were great tires. They ride smooth, balance great and did awesome off-road. Yes they make some noise on the road but that's what you'll get with such an aggressive tire.
 

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I had a set on my last truck for about 28K before I sold it. Offroad this tire is amazing. They stick like glue and they can take a beating. On road they are surprisingly smooth and comfortable but they do carry a tune. I didn't mind the noise while I had them but I didn't buy them with a concern for noise. Here's a parking lot pic of my old truck:



And here's a couple pics of a Jeep I ran with in Moab 09:

What size tire is that? Lift/level?
 

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Right on! Let us know if we can help you with a set. We guarantee the lowest delivered price. We also give WF members $50.00 off their total instantly when they purchase any 5 tires for their Jeep though our mail order Discount Tire Direct. Give us a call if we can help you with an order. 1.888.459.4080 Anyone here would be happy to help you.
 

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Right on! Let us know if we can help you with a set. We guarantee the lowest delivered price. We also give WF members $50.00 off their total instantly when they purchase any 5 tires for their Jeep though our mail order Discount Tire Direct. Give us a call if we can help you with an order. 1.888.459.4080 Anyone here would be happy to help you.

33x13.5 15 Nitto Mud Grapplers on Black Rock 15s fit with on 2011 Rubicon?

I know if I go offroading I need a lift, but of the 42000 miles, Maybe 350 is on a dirt road I go on with some sloppy mudd puddles
 

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The 33x13.50-15 Mud Grappler is a wide tire so you would have to run this model on the 15x10 ET-38 Black Rock D-Window. This combination is going to stick out a good amount. When compared to where the 15x8 ET-19 Tracker with 33x12.50-15 DuraTrac tires sit, the D-Window combination will sit about 2" further out. Without a decent size lift you are going to have a lot of tire rub at full lock.
 
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