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Old 05-19-2012, 09:46 PM
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HELP ME FIND TIRES!!

OKAY I HAVE 20" RIMS IM LOOKING FOR A TIRE SIZE 37 - 40ISH AND HAS TO BE 13.50 OR 14.50 WIDE AND JUST HAS TO BE MEATY AS HELL WITH SOME SIDE TREAD TOO ON WALLS I WANT SOMETHING THAT LOOKS MEAN LOL thanks for any help i also drive long distance so something that i can drive far and tires not wear down fast....
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Old 05-19-2012, 10:02 PM
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OKAY I HAVE 20" RIMS IM LOOKING FOR A TIRE SIZE 37 - 40ISH AND HAS TO BE 13.50 OR 14.50 WIDE AND JUST HAS TO BE MEATY AS HELL WITH SOME SIDE TREAD TOO ON WALLS I WANT SOMETHING THAT LOOKS MEAN LOL thanks for any help i also drive long distance so something that i can drive far and tires not wear down fast....
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Old 05-20-2012, 05:14 AM
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Old 05-20-2012, 05:19 AM
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If you want good off road performance then the Nitto Mud Grappler is the only way to go. My best friend has a lifted 07 2500 Dodge running 38x15.50R20 and they look good, ride great, and perform like nothing else out there.
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is 15.50 wide as you can get?
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im thinking the Nitto Mud Grappler 40x15.50R20 i can get them for around 2500 bucks i seen my only concern is how many miles are ppl getting out of them im not into off roading but i travel alot on pavement lol so i dont want them to wear down fast??
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im thinking the Nitto Mud Grappler 40x15.50R20 i can get them for around 2500 bucks i seen my only concern is how many miles are ppl getting out of them im not into off roading but i travel alot on pavement lol so i dont want them to wear down fast??
LOL 15.5 not wide enough?

I drive highway and some off road to work everyday. They were toast at 30k miles, tires howl loud if your into that as well.

I like the howl and the meaty lugs, I'm young
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Old 05-20-2012, 08:17 AM
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well im about to do some tug a truck soo i need as much as i can to grip some pavement lol i just hope i cant fit 40"s on a 6" lift lol
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well im about to do some tug a truck soo i need as much as i can to grip some pavement lol i just hope i cant fit 40"s on a 6" lift lol
Sure they'll fit. Right after you take the sawzall to the wheel openings. You'll need Bushwacker cutouts to make that setup work. 6" lift is only going to handle 37's or 38's.

The more aggressive the tread pattern (read mud tires here) the faster you will where them out. That's just the way it is. The Toyo M/T anf the Nitto Trail Grappler are good compromises. Good looking tread patters that still do a decent job on the highway.
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well i have bushwacker fender flares on now and im for sure going with the 15.50 and like i said i got a 6" lift how much of the fenders will i have to cut out to fit 40's?... alot?...
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