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Old 06-13-2011, 09:57 PM   #1
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Nitto Trail Grapplers vs Cooper ST Maxx

I'm trying to decide on which set of tires to get... i am going to start commuting more on the high way but still will do a good amount of off roading. i want something with good mpg and good tread life.. thanks




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Get the ST MAx, just so we can have your review...
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Old 06-13-2011, 11:07 PM   #4
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2 totally different tires really... If 90% is highway then I say the Coopers. Plus the Trail grapps are meant to mainly be for full sized trucks... most are 'E' load rated and would ride really stiff on a lightweight Tacoma
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The Nitto's do look really sweet, but you are right about full sized trucks. My buddy has them on a Ford platinum.
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2 totally different tires really... If 90% is highway then I say the Coopers. Plus the Trail grapps are meant to mainly be for full sized trucks... most are 'E' load rated and would ride really stiff on a lightweight Tacoma
yeah, considering im going to college soon and will be commuting 200 miles about once or twice a month, i should prob get the coopers... and yeah i know what you mean about the e load rated grapplers... i just think they look awesome
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Until I see something out of the ordinary about the Coopers, I am pretty much sold on them.
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I'm about sold on the coopers. I just hope the look isn't too different than my mt tires
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I have the trail grapplers, there great soo far!!! They're really quiet at first, but i have 20,000 miles on them now, and there louder. But they are a mud tire. Pull really well in every situation that i have put them in.
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Coopers!!! They look real nice, whats the price on them? I would also recommend the Duratracs as they basically look like a MT but so far mine perform like an aggressive AT. Good for highway/street and offroad. If the Coopers are a good price I might get some
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