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Old 11-09-2008, 04:27 PM   #1
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BFgoodrich vs nitto terra grappler

what should i go for the nitto terra grappler all terrains or the bfgoodrich all terrains? give me your opinion thanks
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Old 11-09-2008, 04:32 PM   #3
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I personally prefer the BFG A/T. More than half the people I know who wheel run those and LOVE them.
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Old 11-09-2008, 04:35 PM   #4
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I used to run BFG exclusively. UNTIL I tried the Nitto TG's. In AZ, I have found the Nittos to grip every surface much better than the BFG's did. Even underwater, the Nittos seemed to grip the slickest rocks. ANd they shed mud much better than the BFG's. The BFG's are a stronger tire, with a 3 ply sidewall as opposed to Nittos 2 ply, but this gives the Nittos a better ride on the street. On Average, the Nittos are a few bucks cheaper than the BFG's.
All this aside, you really cant go wrong with EITHER tire!
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I'm running Nitto TG! They are awesome, almost half the price of BFGs. I paid $460 OTD for 265/75/16s.
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Dang I paid like $1030 for my nitto dunes...285/65/18 though
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Old 11-09-2008, 05:08 PM   #7
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I'm running Nitto TG! They are awesome, almost half the price of BFGs. I paid $460 OTD for 265/75/16s.
are you running those on a stock height no lift?
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are you running those on a stock height no lift?
I'm running 5100s set to 2.5" in the front and a 2" AAL in the rear. I have seen plenty of people run them a stock suspension. Its the biggest tire you can run without a lift.
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Dang I paid like $1030 for my nitto dunes...285/65/18 though
I just bought dunes in 285/75/16 for 660-ish...
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I have BFGoodrich and absolutly pleased, I was all set to buy the nittos but then saw the BF's and couldn't pass them up
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Old 11-09-2008, 09:28 PM   #13
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I have BFGoodrich and absolutly pleased, I was all set to buy the nittos but then saw the BF's and couldn't pass them up. Torenapart what size r ur rims, I saw them at the shop and think about getting this rims.
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I just got Nitto's for $120 a tire vs. BFG's at $200 a tire. I've only had them on a few weeks, so I can't comment on wear, but road noise is minimal I actually noticed less noise than the Dunlops and the traction is much better. I'm pleased, will see how they hold up, BFG was my original choice.
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Got to test my Nitto's in rain for the 1st time yesterday and I am more than pleased. The traction is awesome, I tried to get them to slip and slide a little just to see how they would do and they held on tight.
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This is my debate now.... BFG All terrains or.... nitto TG...
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:23 AM   #17
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What about the toyo open country a/t's?
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What about the toyo open country a/t's?


any experience with the Toyo's?
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:29 AM   #19
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Yes I've had this set that I'm currently running for 11,000 miles and they still look new! They seem to shed water and snow pretty good, and they are quiet. I haven't done any serious wheeling with them though. But they seem to be a pretty good all around tire!
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white lettered

I have to tell you i'm a huge raised white lettered tire fan, so BFG's have always been my choice on several trucks, but my truck now has Mastercraft courser M/T's they have over half tread on them and were on the truck when i got it, so I havent got rid of them yet. These tires have really bad road noise has anyone else had this problem? Are these tires that noisey?
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