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I have Nitto Trail Grapplers currently that were on there when I bought the truck. I haven't had any problems out of them but think they aren't gonna hold up too long. Wanted to see what everyones opinion was for tires on their rigs or even just any specific tires yall have had problems with in the past.

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I went with the Toyo Open Counrty AT II's and they came highly recommended by the local truck/performance shop.

Only a few thousand mile so far, but I love em. Fairly quiet on the road and its an agressive AT so they did great in 10" of snow. They do great in the rain and on dry pavement as well. Havent had them in the mud yet, but I suspect they'll do good there. Most other guys are getting pretty good tread life on theirs compared to other options.

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I have heard nitto tires wear very fast specifically their mud grapplers. Not sure if they all are made of the same compound but it would be nice to see how long non grapplers nittos last! I have always had toyos but ran ssm16's this time around.

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Hi dude..I was sale my truck last week its tire was new and branded i lose the tires and attached with the old tires because new tires is so much comfortable..I will tell to you in pm..
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