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Old 03-07-2014, 04:28 PM
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Toyo mt or nitto terra grappler

My truck is always on the street so im wondering which I should go with. Obviously u would think an all terrain but I hear such good reviews on the toyos. Help me pick

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The Toyos seem to be a great tire from what I've heard/read but if your never off the streets, id stick with an A/T.

A buddy of mine swears by Nitto but he drives a car.

Ive been very impressed with my ProComp MT/2's for both on and off road driving and they offer a 40k warranty on the MT (seems to be very rare).

ProComp does offer an A/T as well and my boss saw 50k out of a set on his GMC 2500. (90% Street use)

If you decide on ProComps, 4Wheelparts offers all the same benefits as Discount Tire for service and extended Warranty.
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The Nitto terra grappler is a soft tire. I went through 3 sets in 3 years, like clock work every January I had to buy new tires. Then I got the toyo A/T's they were about the same. So January 2013 I got toyo A/T 2's. They made it over a year and still have 40-50% tread left. And they do good in the mud and great in the snow. I also tow a lot, over 10K lbs.

Edit: And the burn out sig pic is on the A/T 2's lol

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I should also add Ive got about 16k on my Mt/2's on a 5 tire rotation with little to no wear.
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I have at's for my winter wheels and have put over 20k on them in 2 years and they are above 50%. I have the mt's on my summer wheels and only managed to get 3-4k on them before the salt hit the road, they still look new.
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On my 2nd set of Terra Grappler's got 65k on the first set. These are on my Excursion and the street manners are great. Only time I had problems was on roads that had 2" of ice on them and I put truck back in driveway.
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Old 03-08-2014, 01:03 AM
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I love the looks of the toyos better but how r they on road

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My mt's have no road noise, which I was really wanting actually since I was used to my baja claws on my jk. But they are really smooth riding also.
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I have 38 MT's and they are awesome on the road and quiet for the size of them, I had Dune Grapplers but they were really soft cool looking but soft. I have these for sale now they are 20x13.5x38 and only have about 5k-6k tops on them I am going to the same tire but in a 22
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I have the toyo mts and they balanced out great and ride great. I heard that they wore like iron but i have 10k on my set and that its not the case.

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