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Old 05-08-2013, 02:16 PM
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Tire Weights

Guys im looking for the weights on the toyo mt and mud grappler in a 37x13.50r20 if anyone has this info please share it... Some say the toyo is heavier and some say grappler im just trying to find the exact weight... Before I make the decision on which to buy..
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Toyo MTs are 93.7 lbs/tire. They are both E rated 127Q tires so I'm sure they will be pretty close... maybe a few pounds difference. I would give the nod to the mud grapplers being a bit heavier. IMO.
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Old 05-14-2013, 11:12 AM
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Don't know if you got your answer or not yet......

Toyo lists theirs as 94lbs.
Nitto lists their Mud Grappler as 91.5 lbs
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I would be asking what tire is easier to balance for folks and what takes less weight
between the two

I have and have heard Toyo beats Nitto in this department
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Old 05-14-2013, 11:37 AM
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Usually the Toyo will balance better the first time. After running them around on the road for a while, Toyo will definitely balance better!
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:22 PM
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Nittos are so freaking loud you better get good at texting. Youll loose your ability have a conversation on your cell phone while driving. Not cuz its illegal but because you wont be able to hear shat. ..
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I think you should be comparing the Trail Grapplers to the Toyo MTs....Mud Grapplers to me arent really the same as toyo MT....Trail Grapplers tread pattern are basically the same. I have them on my Wrangler. Good tire, they arent very loud for a mud tire. the mud grapplers are what i have and i like them. They are really loud and i havent had an balancing issues with them. Im working on about 15k miles on them so far
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Old 05-19-2013, 07:32 AM
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I out 370k miles or so on my lifted cummins. I had it lifted and ran 35s since the day I bought it. And alth I ugh the mud grapplers were the loudest most annoying tire I ever ran on it, they were the ines that lasted the longest. If I recall I was abke to get about 50k miles on them. Far more than any other tirei ever ran. The next ones in line would be the falken wild peaks. Nit nearly aggressive but they performed great for my use. Which was milage and a lot of towing.
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