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post #1 of 15 Old 07-08-2008, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Nitto Mud Graplers

Anybody ran the Nitto Mud Graplers it's about time for me to get new rubbber. My toyo's I had I was not too impressed awsome on road but thats about it. had BFG MTs like them but too narrow in 37's

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I run them but its to early for me to say whether I like them or not. Only had a few chances to use them offroad and was not let down so far. Nothing to serious yet. I will say they are the loudest tire I have run so far. I love the looks of them though.

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Extremely Loud, Ride like **** and wear pretty quickly. Had em on a work truck and hated them. If youw ant a MT go with the procomp xtreme mt or xterrain. Both are great tires


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I have them on my JEEP and they are awesome in the rocks but sucked pretty bad in the mud.

They are wearing really really bad on my super light Jeep. I can't imagine having them on the F350!!!

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Never personally ran them but was advised against them for mud and road use... If you are looking for a mud tire I have hear good about the Interco Irok radials.... I love my BFG M/T's but in a 37" tire I think 12.5 will be too narrow.

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had them on my EX and they wore great, they are a little loud. I liked them a LOT better than those POS Pro Comps I had...never again I did have BFG Mud Terrains too for a short while, that was a nice tire, rode well, and was quiet, I did not have them long enough to really make judgement, but I would consider them again.
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Well the truck is mostly on the pavement but in the winter I do go in the mud and snow a lot my toyo's lasted a long time but they just don't clean out well.
Yah I had BFG M/Ts and liked them but they are too narrow just lookin for somethin tha will last and will work good off road. Interco tires are too soft I had them on my old Stroker and wen't through a set a year. Thanks for the info guys.

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mud in FL is diiferent than OR im sure i never had a problem in mud very loud on road i rotated mine every month lasted me 4 yr daily drivin dont get POS procomps

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I've had my Nittos on my 250 for about 14 months now, and they've worn alright, seem to wear a little faster than I'd like, but they are great offroad and do real well in the snow, and they are quite loud. Personally I have to say the best Mud-terrain tire I've ever run is the Procomp Xterrain. I've tried the Interco Trxus MTs, the Procomp Mud-terrain, the BFG M/T, and now the Nitto M/T and the Xterrain is the best overall. They are fairly quiet, have excellent wear on road, have great wet traction, the lugs clean out well, and they are just incredible offroad. One condition I can say that they have a problem with is powder snow. Last winter tried driving my offroad truck through 2ft of it going up a 45* slope and couldn't get going faster than 15mph. I have 35 Xterrains on it, its not a ford but it weighs in at 7K with all the stuff I have on it.

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ive got them not real impressed with the wearing part and they are retarded lound i think my next are gonna be micky t ATZ or nitto terra grapplers

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