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post #1 of 7 Old 11-10-2008, 09:01 AM Thread Starter
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Tire question

well im about to put a set of 18 inch KMC Rockstars on my truck and i have a set of mastercraft c/t's on my truck now and im thinking about sticking with them. But im also looking at Nitto Terra Grapplers and i was wanting to know if they are good tires and if anyone has had any luck from them cause i have found there a little cheeper than the c/t's thanks for any input.

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i use BFGoodrich all terrain for my back tires, and they work great.........
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forgot to say they are about 150 per tire.....i think.......
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I have some friends that had the C/T's and they didn't seem to get any miles out of them the terra grappler's are a good aggressive A/T, but they are more expensive than the mastercrafts. If it was me I would look at the Nittos or try looking at Pro Comps.

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Kumho road venture m/t or a/t

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the terra grapplers lasts a good amount of time. i had them on my old truck and they did pretty good. my favorite brand is pro comp. check them out too
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i still like my bfgoodriches
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