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Looks like no-name "crap" to me.

I personally like the BFG's also.
Pro Comp's
Toyo Open Country's
Mickey T's
Dick Cepek's

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eeeewwwww not terra graps
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i had them and HATED them. wore terrible and looked like crap IMO


ive started to like the toyo open country a/t's and m/t's a lot

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whats wrong with grapplers?
Nothing Ill have close to 50000 miles on my set when i replace them this spring. Theyre an awsome tire vinny. I did a 2.5" leveling kit and I put 325.60/18 on my stock rims and I've not had a problem with amy of them. The offer excellent traction in anythign I've put em in down her ein GA. I do 80 on the interstate int he pouring as rain and Ive never once hydoplained with them... than again them being a 13" wide tire may help that also...

Also they will rub your lower control arm at full lock right and left going forward. They have not rubed in reverse....

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Nitto is an awsome company for tires. They are owned by toyo but cost less and is equally good. A buddy had the mug grapplers on his lifted chevy and he got 45K out of that agressive as fuck mud terrain...
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i had them and HATED them. wore terrible and looked like crap IMO


ive started to like the toyo open country a/t's and m/t's a lot


Mine have worn extremely even and have not had one balancing issue to date...

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they were fast. on average they last 30-35k miles. Not very good IMO when a set of BFG TA KO's will last 45-60k

Im not a fan of any Nitto truck products.

They do nto wear fast i have first hand experience. I have 40K on my set and I wont replace them to late spring '10. BFg's are a great tire but also cost a great price and arent as good off road or in wet road conditions. My best friend has them on his 03 FX4 an he absolutely hates them.... Plus I have been places with my nittos that he couldnt go through with his BFG's.... He says he hydroplains alot when it rains a good bit and I have never once hydroplained with my nittos...

Although I will admit im not a fan of the lightning bolts...

I was the first to have the terra grappler son the nazi site and everyone that i talked into trying them has loved them from day one....

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Beorple bash them because that arent a huge name like toyo, bfg, goodyear, bridgestone etc. yes they are a cheaper tire but this is one case in my life where I didnt buy the most expensive tire out there and have fell inlove...

Nitto - they get 4 thumbs up from me. I have not even the slightest complain about these tires...

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Nittos just suck, had them on our 2008 F350 work truck. 325/60/20's i think. They sucked only 25k out of them. They were driven soft only one or two burn outs, short one leggers. Off Road they REALLY sucked. Litterly got stuck in everything. Stick to a more generic style off road such as KO's ProComp A/Ts or Dayton/BridgeStone Dulers.

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330$/ Tire for 35/12.5/18's For Procomp Extreme A/T's

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