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Old 03-25-2013, 03:39 PM   #1
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Lets see your tacomas with Nitto Mud Grapplers

Lets see some tacomas with the Nitto Muds on them.
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Old 03-25-2013, 03:53 PM   #2
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Man your truck looks freaking awesome, something about nitto muds on tacomas just set it off. How high you sittin in the front? and are you running wheel spacers im kind of worried about the side walls on the nittos rubbing spindles and what not
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that looks good man you got a side shot on hand?
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Man if only nitto made the Mud Grappler in 285/75/16 or 285/70/16 I would buy them in a heartbeat. I love my Trail Grapplers but would love some mud grapplers
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Man if only nitto made the Mud Grappler in 285/75/16 or 285/70/16 I would buy them in a heartbeat. I love my Trail Grapplers but would love some mud grapplers
Couldnt have said it better myself man, ive got the factory 16s on here now but gonna get sport 17s just so i can get 33 muds. Idk why they quit making that size because its a pretty popular size in tires.
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Not sure how to make it as big as it is on my phone? Can't really see it very well here.
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Not sure how to make it as big as it is on my phone? Can't really see it very well here.
I have to admit that is one of the sexiest blacked out Tacomas ive ever seen. Great looking truck bud
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Old 03-25-2013, 04:22 PM   #11
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What kind of MPGs are y'all getting with these?
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Thanks alot I would really love to put a 6" procomp suspension lift under it but out of the budget right now, maybe after I get it paid off next year
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What kind of MPGs are y'all getting with these?
thats a good question id like to know this as well
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They're only a couple of weeks old I just cleaned my air filter and did an oil change but my scanguage says I'm averaging about 18-20 city highway mix daily.
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They're only a couple of weeks old I just cleaned my air filter and did an oil change but my scanguage says I'm averaging about 18-20 city highway mix daily.
dang thats really good I was expecting 15-16 range
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That's about what I was getting before I did the oil change and cleaned the filter and with my trail grapplers that had about 40% tread
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are you running wheel spacers Chris? any rubbing problems with a 3 inch lift up front
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Impressive, I only average 17 city and hwy
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I should probably get spacers for it but I'm kind of scared to run them on the front they rub a little full turn when I hit any dip other than that no problem regular driving. Haven't ran them off road yet
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My buddy has a silver second gen DCSB with 33 12.50 mud grapps and moto metals. Grapps are definitely a badass looking tire
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