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Old 05-25-2011, 01:54 PM
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Question toyo mt or nitto mud grappler

I currently have the toyo mt in a 37x13.5x20 and i love them but i like the look of the grappler more. What is everyones opinion on these?
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Old 05-25-2011, 02:10 PM
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Get Toyo MT's. Mud Grappler's SUCK.

Mud Grappler's sound and ride like TSL Bogger's, but don't compare offroad.

Toyo MT's will last longer, ride better, and you'll be able to hear.

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Old 05-25-2011, 02:18 PM
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I just noticed that you already have the toyo MT's so you know that they are on the quiet side.

You will be surprised how rough Grappler's are

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i love the howl of my mud grapplers and ride awesome im buying another set, i had claws before and never again
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I personally like the mud grapplers, but if ur gonna do more highway/street driving i would stick to the toyo...they seem to last a lot better....but i think the nittos look alot better...and do just as good if not better off road...
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Old 05-26-2011, 09:51 AM
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How many miles do you think your getting out of your grapplers... roughly?
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How many miles do you think your getting out of your grapplers... roughly?
I've never run either but one of my buddies has had two sets of the toyo's in the size you have and got 50,000 miles out of each set...comparably my other buddy had the same size mud grapplers and got 17,000 miles. Both trucks were 2006 crew cab f350's

Unless you like buying tires more then once a year I'd say toyo's
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holy ****, how can anyone afford to pay nearly 1800 in tires every 17000 miles
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