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Old 02-06-2009, 02:47 PM
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Nitto Terra Grappler NEW SIZES

Nitto will be releasing two new LT load range E sizes to the Terra Grappler line up. This is great for the guys who are looking for that in-between size. Can we say 34" Would should have these sizes available in about 30 days. Pricing has not been set in our system at this time. As information comes up, I'll let you guys know.




295/70-18 E 129Q
Tread Depth (1/32") - 16.6
Overall Dia. (in.) - 34.41
Overall Width (in.) - 11.77
Approved Rim Width - 8.0-(8.5)-9.5
Max Load (lbs) - 4080 @ Max Pressure (psi) 80

295/60-20E 126Q
Tread Depth (1/32") - 16.6
Overall Dia. (in.) - 34.45
Overall Width (in.) - 12.36
Approved Rim Width - (8.5)-9.5
Max Load (lbs) - 3750 @ Max Pressure (psi) 80


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Damn I wish i knew about this in january.
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Good to know. I have the 325/20's and are just a little tall. I just got them rotated and balanced. the 295/20's will be perfect when I need them.
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Is there something different with the 305/55/20? I had that size 3 years ago on my old 03 ram. How is it new?
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hey discount, is there a discounted price over your current prices for us guys at the org?
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Is there something different with the 305/55/20? I had that size 3 years ago on my old 03 ram. How is it new?
Typo Nitto is actually releasing the 305/55-20 in a P-Metric standard load. Sorry for the confusion.

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hey discount, is there a discounted price over your current prices for us guys at the org?
There is currently no set discounts for forum members. We don't inflate our prices like so of our competition does just so they can cut a brake to a few select groups. We offer the lowest delivered price guaranteed for everyone, everyday. If you find a cheaper delivered price through a competitor, please let us know We won't be beat.

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Typo Nitto is actually releasing the 305/55-20 in a P-Metric standard load. Sorry for the confusion.

Cool, I was confused!
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Hey there, didn't realize there were some Tire sponsors active on the board. Maybe I can pick your brain, My Excursion with 4 inches of lift has BFG AT's 315/75R16's . Bought the truck with them on but I want a narrower tire for less rolling resistance and a bit less weight as I will be doing lots of highway miles. Was looking at 255/85R16... I want to maintain as close to the 35 diameter I have now... would that new 295/70-18 be significantly narrower than what I have now and do you know the weight of the tire compared to my current setup.. I am open to suggestions...
I wish they made like a 285/85R16 or a 35/10.50- 16 etc. tall and narrow

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Hey there, didn't realize there were some Tire sponsors active on the board. Maybe I can pick your brain, My Excursion with 4 inches of lift has BFG AT's 315/75R16's . Bought the truck with them on but I want a narrower tire for less rolling resistance and a bit less weight as I will be doing lots of highway miles. Was looking at 255/85R16... I want to maintain as close to the 35 diameter I have now... would that new 295/70-18 be significantly narrower than what I have now and do you know the weight of the tire compared to my current setup.. I am open to suggestions...
I wish they made like a 285/85R16 or a 35/10.50- 16 etc. tall and narrow
Hello Soutthpaw,

Thanks for the questions. Are your current tires on Stock 16" wheels or aftermarket? If aftermarket, what are the specs (width and offset or BS?)

Here is a Tire Size Calculator to help estimate the size differences.

The BFG AT's are known for their long life so if you are doing lots a highway driving I would suggest sticking with them. I don't see any narrower tires available in the 34-35" range at this time. You are correct, a 285/85R16 would be a great size for you if they were made.

I wish I had a better solution for you.
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