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post #1 of 11 Old 04-02-2013, 05:15 PM Thread Starter
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Toyo AT II or Nitto Terra Grappler?

Alright, they're pretty close in price and looks (at least pictures on the internet). Pro's? Con's? I'm getting 275/65r20's. Give me all your suggestions please!
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Some say tomato....

Same tire made by the same people. Pick whichever you get a better deal on that day.

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I feel like the nittos wear faster. I know they are the same company, i think next time im getting toyo at 2

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I went with the toyo at. 65000 mile tread wear warranty on metric sizes.

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I just replaced my worn Duratracs (40k miles) with the Toyo AT 2. I have only had them on for a week, so no treadwear info. They are good in the snow (I live in a ski area) and quiet on the highway. Not as aggressive looking as the DuraTracs, but about $90 a tire less expensive.
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Hmmm...I new they were similar but had no idea they were made by the same company. Guess I'll find the best deal and go that route!

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I vote toyo at2, they have a mileage warranty, as far as know the nittos don't.

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I like the nittos, had them on my old truck and thy d great in wat ever I put them through. I've never had the toyos though so can't compare the 2
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I wasn't terribly impressed with the TG. If I were to go back to an AT tire I would go with the Toyo ATII.

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Nittos here were $285 mounted and balanced.. Better than the $320 Coopers they were trying to sell me. So those will be going on in the A.M! thanks for the input!
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