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nitto mud grapplers on my obs what do you guys think?

Hey guys, A friend of mine here at college wants to sell his nitto mud grapplers so we put them on my truck to see if they would fit and how they look. they are 33x14.50 r16 what do you guys think? they dont rub or touch anywhere sitting in the shop. we didnt take it out and drive it but there is a good inch of clearence in all directions. My truck is stock height.

Thanks for looking, Bryce
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Looks good but damn them things are louuuuud

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i dig it! i agree though that they will howl on the highway

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Nice, looks good!!!

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they look SICK but they are way too damn loud and they wear really bad and uneven...

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Looks good, I have 33's on mine and zero clearence issues

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they look SICK but they are way too damn loud and they wear really bad and uneven...
don't forget the horrible fuel mileage
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i got over 20k in a set on my f150, they are loud for sure but didnt notice any difference in fuel mileage and they wore good and even, rotated them a couple times,never balanced them after the intial mount and balance, i loved them

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Thanks for the comments guys, They are mounted on 16x10 helo he791 wheels they sold before I could get ahold of them. Im deffinetly going to buy a set of nitto mud grapplers sometime in the near future. im thinking at least a 33x12.50. I loved the way the 14.50's with the helos looked on there. do you think I should stick with the helos or look at something else.

Thanks, Bryce
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I like Mickey Thompson Classic II's, but those wheel are very nice. They don't look ghetto-ey like allot of wheels.

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