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Old 07-29-2011, 04:49 PM   #1
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BFG AT or Nitto Terra for $150 more??

dont think still will go with the mud terrain because too much snow in the winter.
the cheapest quotes I got are ::

All-Terrain T/A KO $1140 CAD from costco
Nitto Terra Grapper $1284.76 CAD in Kaitire on sale of $15off on each, tomorrow will be the last day
Both of them are 285/75r16.

give me some helps.
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It's gonna come down to which one you think looks the best. There are a ton of people who love BFG and there are a ton of people who swear by the terra grapplers. I personally loved my BFG's, great all around tire in wet and dry pavement and off road.
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I just got the Nitto terra Grapplers and while they look pretty cool and seem like they will probably perform well, they are way too loud on the highway. I don't know why everyone else seems to say they are "quiet", because the hum is driving me crazy, it's like driving next to a semi all the time. Just last week I got the opportunity to drive a Ford F-150 which had new BF Goodrich Rugged Trails and they were great! Nice and quiet on the highway and performed well off road. If I had to do it all again I would definitely not get the Nittos and go with BF Goodrich, specifically if you are concerned about highway noise...
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I've heard the BF's are great off-road, but not so great on snow.
Since you mention that is a concern in your area, I'd go w/ the Nittos.
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dont think still will go with the mud terrain because too much snow in the winter.
the cheapest quotes I got are ::

All-Terrain T/A KO $1140 CAD from costco
Nitto Terra Grapper $1284.76 CAD in Kaitire on sale of $15off on each, tomorrow will be the last day
Both of them are 285/75r16.

give me some helps.
thats a hell of a lot of money for the Nittos, but then again your in Canada right ? so they will be more expensive then here in the states. I would probably go with the BFG's if it was my choice. I had the Terra Crapplers and they wore too quick for me, got maybe like 30k out of them
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Nitto Terra, they lasted me 66000 miles, and they were not completely shot either
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dont think still will go with the mud terrain because too much snow in the winter.
the cheapest quotes I got are ::

All-Terrain T/A KO $1140 CAD from costco
Nitto Terra Grapper $1284.76 CAD in Kaitire on sale of $15off on each, tomorrow will be the last day
Both of them are 285/75r16.

give me some helps.
hey man go to onlinetires.com and get the price of the nittos then go to a local americas tire or discount tire (same store) and they will price match then buy from them. its what i did and i payed $725 out the door. hope this helps
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I've had BFG's in the past on other vehicles and I liked them. Have you looked at General AT2's? Alot like the BFG AT look. Im running them now and Im very pleased. Got mine in the size you looking at for around 800 ish shipped to the house.
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