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post #21 of 26 Old 04-17-2018, 10:50 PM
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I just bought a set of Ridge Grapplers but havenít installed them. There are many people with great reviews about these tires!

Toren has had a set for a while now..
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I have had mine on since late Jan. I really like these tires. I went 35x12.50x18 12ply and they run super smooth and quiet. So far have only tested them in snow and they worked great. We go to Florence next month so I can see how they do in sand. I will add that I have never had a set of 35" tires spin as smooth and need this little weight ever. This the highest I had to add to balance was 1.5oz. I used to be a Toyo only guy. For the last 15yrs ran nothing but the MT, but couldn't get the MT's for my truck unless I went through Les Schwab and didn't want to spend 575 a tire. My distributor had these Ridges in stock so on they went.
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Good to know, I'll be looking for tires in the next 9 months to a year, our tire distributor carries the 12ply Ridge Grapplers but not the 10ply and i was a little worried about the heavier duty tire


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I have had mine on since late Jan. I really like these tires. I went 35x12.50x18 12ply and they run super smooth and quiet. So far have only tested them in snow and they worked great. We go to Florence next month so I can see how they do in sand. I will add that I have never had a set of 35" tires spin as smooth and need this little weight ever. This the highest I had to add to balance was 1.5oz. I used to be a Toyo only guy. For the last 15yrs ran nothing but the MT, but couldn't get the MT's for my truck unless I went through Les Schwab and didn't want to spend 575 a tire. My distributor had these Ridges in stock so on they went.
Quick question on the quietness of this tire since it is subjective... Did you consider the Toyo MTs to be quiet?
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Quick question on the quietness of this tire since it is subjective... Did you consider the Toyo MTs to be quiet?
Quietness of a tire is NOT subjective. It is a byproduct of the tread design and more importantly compound. Quality tires will always be quiet. However they can be effected by lack of maintenance and worn out parts. My Toyos ALWAYS wore evenly and had 0 road noise. But I keep up on the front end parts and have the alignment checked once a year and ran QUALITY shocks. I also ALWAYS got 50K+ out of a set of Toyos with no cupping or chunking. Comparatively, new Toyo to new Nitto these are the same road Nosie wise. I hear nothing from the tires. All I hear is 6.7 engine running.
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Thanks... will be looking for some new tires soon.

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