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Nitto Trail Vs. Terra

I am looking to get new tires this week. I am down to the Trail vs. Terra. I can't make up my mind I don't know enough about life of the trails. Does anyone have advise and experience on the life to the trail grapplers???
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Here is my 2 cents. I have owned 4 sets of terra grapplers on my tahoe, truck, and my X. I had a set of trails on my truck, and sold em. They were to soft for my liking on the big heavy trucks we have. I talked to Nitto and they said they have heard that also, but that they still say they are ok. My preference, the nittto terras, but its up to what you like and want. I prefer the terras just for longevity and wear purposes. The trails I think would have been good on my Tahoe or like an F150.

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