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Nitto Terra Grapplers 17 23.29%
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:22 PM   #1
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Getting New Tires Soon, Need Opinion

So I'm getting a new set of tires for my truck. I have no lift yet and wont be lifting for a long time, so im getting 265/75R16's. i wanna upgrade to an all terrain tire from my uniroyal highway tires. should i go nitto terra grapplers, bfg all terrains, or general grabbers? i want something quiet but something that will last me a while. yet still aggressive.
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:26 PM   #3
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i love my grabbers man. good aggressive look, good on the trails, and a very streetable tire. They are not a very good mud tire but otherwise fantastic in my opinion. people get great mileage out of them, just keep them rotated.
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:27 PM   #4
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I would go with the bfgs. Ive never really heard of any problems with bfg. I've run two sets of km2's, my sister has the a/t's on her fj, and a bunch of people around here run them. I love them and have heard nothing but good things. A little pricey, but as they say you get what you pay for.
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lol well these were the grabbers i was referring to.

and the michelins and khumos just arent doin it for me, i dont think badass when i look at them lol. just not the most aggressive tread ive seen on an all terrain.
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:37 PM   #9
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those hankooks do loke pretty tough. i didnt see those when i was on tirerack. still would prefer the other 3 to those though
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they look good. how do they wear? u have factory suspension? no rubbing or anything with that size?
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lol well these were the grabbers i was referring to.

and the michelins and khumos just arent doin it for me, i dont think badass when i look at them lol. just not the most aggressive tread ive seen on an all terrain.
my bad dude. I dont know anything about those ones. the at2s are sweet. IMO they are pretty much the same tire as the bfg's but half the price, and twice the mileage.
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they look good. how do they wear?
Yeah they hook up great in snow, dirt, mud etc...

I have about 15,000 miles on them and they still have good sized knobbies.
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Those general grabbers are HEAVY and cut power and gas mileage.
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lol i kinda wanted the genrals for the sidewall haha the red matches the taco, but i mean they are aggressive looking too. but im also 19 and dont wanna pay more for gas than i have to. so i think grabbers are out fo the question. i do want them in the long run tho after lifting and stuff. but you got factory suspension right? no rubbing when u take tight turns? cus i saw u had the same size im looking at getting
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lol i kinda wanted the genrals for the sidewall haha the red matches the taco, but i mean they are aggressive looking too. but im also 19 and dont wanna pay more for gas than i have to. so i think grabbers are out fo the question. i do want them in the long run tho after lifting and stuff. but you got factory suspension right? no rubbing when u take tight turns? cus i saw u had the same size im looking at getting
Slight rub on full lock...nothing major.
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well so far its lookin like nittos are winning... but should i go 265/70 to avoid the rubbing? full lock happens all the time and it will bug the living hell outta me.
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Far more better choices out there, but I would go with the BFG's or the Grabber's
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i mean so far the prices i got show terras are cheapest too, and i havent heard a bad thing about them yet. grabbers are cool looking, but i think ill wait to throw down the cash for that when i lift my truck. and sorry not interested in payin extra for wheels. i barely have enough for new tires themselves lol. and duratracs just dont float my boat. sorry to be picky, but im 19 and have a small budget too haha.
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