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Old 03-10-2009, 06:10 PM
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Nitto dune grapplers 37x12.50

Was looking at these tires and wanted yall's opinions?

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Old 03-10-2009, 07:57 PM
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i love the look of the trie wheel combo but i want to know how they last and how they are on and off road
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Great looking tire but IMO I don't think Flames make the best tread pattern Go with terra grapplers, better ride & good on/off road traction.
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I personally wouldn't buy any Nitto tire other than the 555R for the Mach 1.
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The way the tread pattern is laid out I would think it would be a decent tire for a little bit of mudding, and better than the terra grapplers, but its hard to give a tire that has flame tread pattern much credit.
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Great looking tire but IMO I don't think Flames make the best tread pattern Go with terra grapplers, better ride & good on/off road traction.
Those look like Toyo's on your truck pic, also a great tire
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Old 03-10-2009, 08:17 PM
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They're BFG MT's, I haven't taken any yet of my New Shoe's!! Hopefully Tomorrow
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do the grapplers come in 20s i heard the suck in the snow but are good in the sand!!!
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im not liking the flame pattern
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im not liking the flame pattern
agreed 100%, I ran the terra grappler before my open country mt's, and they are by far a much better looking tire than those. I put 34,000 on mine with a lot of burnouts.... so they are 40,000+ mile tire for our trucks if taken care of and not a lot of highway driving, like I also do. I liked them pretty good, and probably will go back to them when I get 20's
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