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Old 12-16-2011, 01:27 PM
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Toyo MT vs Kumho MT vs Nitto Trail Grappler

Looking at buying new tires next week 37x1350x22 and Im torn between the Toyos, Kumhos or new Nitto. Ive personally ran the Toyo before and loved it but almost want to try a new tire but with spending close to $2k for tires dont want to make a bad choice. Would like to hear everyones opinions and mileage vs Wear.

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Old 12-16-2011, 01:33 PM
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This also interests me... I am currently running that same size tire in a Toyo.. Would like to know about kumhos and nittos too...
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I like my nittos, they seem to be holding up pretty good....never been a fan of the kumhos, seems like they wear really fast...and the toyos u can go wrong....i went with the nittos cause they were new and not to many people have them, now it seems like everyone is got them.....so i think its just personally opinion between the toyos and the nittos
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I have about 36k on mine, mostly towing and road. When I go off road they handle pretty good...Toyo is just the best over all tire IMO. Nitto well they will never be on my truck. Just dont like the way they look, sound, perform. My buddy had them lets just say he didnt put them back on his new truck. The kumhos are a great off road tire. My jeep friend had them on his cherokee. This is how I look at it Toyo>Kumho>Nitto. If you do a lot of off highway stuff... Kumho>Toyo>Nitto
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Sounds about what I was expecting to hear I got 60k out of my toyos on my previous F250 so prob be my choice again.
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I was deciding between toyo and nitto as well. Have ran 3 sets of toyos and loved them all but I'm doing 37s on factory wheels and the nitto is narrowe than the toyo. I also heard nitto and toyo are now the same company from a few tire dealers around my area


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Old 12-16-2011, 03:16 PM
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Hmm thats interesting to hear they are the same company. Never heard that would be interested to see more info in that?
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Yeah I think they are the same...they say the MTs are reverse tread of eachother. If you look at them side by side you can kinda see what im talking about
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