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Old December 17th, 2009, 08:32 PM
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So I need new tires this spring I'll get roughly 50K out of the nitto terra grapplers i baught some time ago.

I need somthing between a 325-60/18 and a 35/12.50/18....

I'm honestly thinking about putting the same tire back on it for a second go around...

325/60/18 nitto terra grapplers....

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Try Procomp A/T's or Extreme A/T's. Much better than those Graps.

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Try Procomp A/T's or Extreme A/T's. Much better than those Graps.
I highly doubt it and they cost a fortune.... procomp anything is outrageous...

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Like the Pro's better than Nitto.
BFG's are really good also.

I get the Pro's waaaaayy cheaper than the Nitto's!

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not down here bates...

BFG's are WAY toexpensive when I can buy a tire at 2/3 the cost and get the same end result...

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not down here bates...

BFG's are WAY toexpensive when I can buy a tire at 2/3 the cost and get the same end result...

Alex
Only one tire chain up here can import them (has the rights) so they are stupid expensive.
Whereas I can get Pro's dirt cheap and BFG's not to far behind.
OK Tire up here is a Toyo store and they can't even get Nitto's.

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pro comps - $326

nittos - $290

thats for 35 12.50 18

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Where are you getting your tires?

I can order this:
33/11.5 ProComp A/T (50k Treadwear) 170$/ tire
33/11.5 Terra Graps 182$/ Tire
33/11.5 BFG KO's 180$ a Tire
33/11.5 Dayton A/T's for 160/ Tire (45k Tread)

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I think I want 35's this go around... 35/12.50/18 mud or all terrain and where are you located?


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Theres a local shop by me. They are awesome they have done all my work. Im on a first name basis with them. 35's will deffiantly look great. Its surprising how much more 35's are.

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