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Nitto Trail Grappler?

I'm looking at getting Nitto Trail Grapplers and I just wanted to see if anyone had any and what they thought about them? and how well they are holding up?
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Check out the search function. I found these links in about 2 seconds when I utilized it. There are no less than 20 other threads on this same topic.

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I had them before and liked them. I'm getting ready to put another set on my truck as soon as my new wheels come in

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I had them in a 295/65R20 and loved them. They are a tire I would buy again. I would also rate them better than Cooper STT and the old style BFG M/T that I have also used before.

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Re: Nitto Trail Grappler?

Hate them, wear soo fast. On my second set and these are wearing faster than the first set. Looking into pirelli scorpion atr's for my next tire

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I had a set of 305/55/20 (33s) on my Dodge MegaCab i just got rid of and i loved them. I had 20k+ miles on them and they still had well over half tread. I rotated them every 10k and kept my truck aligned, that's the secret to keeping any tire alive, especially a mt.

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Alright thank you, Polar Bear what kind of wheels are those? I was thinking about getting some fuel revolvers but those are lookin pretty sweet
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They are the 08-10 Ford oem 20" wheels. I thought those wheels looked great with the Trail Grapplers on them.

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I have them on my truck and think they are great will buy them again for sure....got maybe 15-20k on them and say they still have at least half thread left
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Re: Nitto Trail Grappler?

My bad I thought the thread title said terra...

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