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Old 05-05-2012, 07:34 AM
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Which wheels ???

Debating between XD 20x9 Monsters in matte black or XD 20x9 Revolvers in matte black with Nitto Terra grapplers 305/50/20 .
Hopping they'll look good in matte black on my king ranch crew.
Planning on doing black bumpers and grill .


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Old 05-05-2012, 10:39 AM
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Can you post pics .... IMO .. I like the Nitto Trail Grapplers or Toyo M/T..have a more aggressive look.
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Had terra grapplers and they wore really fast and did not wear good. And yes I keep my tires rotated cause they cost so much ha but just my 2 cents
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Guess the revolvers won't fit and are out of stock . But this is what the black monsters look like. Probably will have to go with Lt 305/55/20 Nitto terra graplers cause they have thicker side walls . I do like the trail grapplers but think the terras would work better for me . Wish they made the XD badlands in black (chrome pictured rims)
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Had terra grapplers and they wore really fast and did not wear good. And yes I keep my tires rotated cause they cost so much ha but just my 2 cents
Is there another tire that wears better ? How many miles did you get out of your terra graplers ?
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Old 05-05-2012, 11:45 AM
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I got 48k out of some 37x12.50-20 Toyo M/T's I had on a dodge. I just recently had some Nitto Trail Grapplers 285x65-18 on my last truck before wrecking it and I was at 18k with plenty of life left. Also if your looking at more of a A/T also look at the Toyo A/T's there more expensive but I know people that have got real good mileage out of them. If you didn't already know Toyo makes Nitto.
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Man I can't remember how many miles I got out my Terra grapplers its been a wile. I have since switched to mudd grapplers and I love em man ppl hear you coming a mile away and always looking when u roll by and they look great on a set of wheels. Ohh and I love the xd monster wheels iv herd a lot of bad rap with xd s chrome pealing. Buddy got set of Chrome xd badlands and the Chrome was piting and pealing 7 months old and he keeps his trucks clean clean
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have you thought about duratracs? i have 16K towing/highway/in town on mine now and they are still slightly over half tread.
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have you thought about duratracs? i have 16K towing/highway/in town on mine now and they are still slightly over half tread.
How are they in winter ?? Seen some reviews complaining about squishy feeling sidewalls !!!
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If your going with a 33" tire, go with a 10" wide wheel.
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