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Nitto trail grapplers or Nitto mud grapplers

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Rwood, Aug 28, 2013.

  1. Rwood

    Rwood [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Opinions please? Going to get a set just figured I would get some feedback on them
     
  2. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    Had tons on the Taco's.... new truck is pretty stock
    trail grapplers if you spend a decent amount of time on the street
     
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    User Name01 I leave on a donkey and come back on a horse

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    BFGoodrich........or the trail grapplers if you must ;)
     
  4. YotaOverAll

    YotaOverAll Run it

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    Trail grapps are quiet, good on the road. Don't know about offroad. Mud grapps are loud, don't ride well, and wear out quick. I've heard some good about offroad but a few bad. I say Toyos...lol
     
  5. nbt808

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    I have the muds they're loud :x
     
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    Don't get the Toyos, they're heavy! Haha
     
  7. YotaOverAll

    YotaOverAll Run it

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    Love the hum of mud grapplers. And yes toyos are heavy as hell lol
     
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    Both are good, though Trail Grapplers are relatively quiet on the highway.
     
  9. Konaborne

    Konaborne Pineapples on pizza Hawaiian does not it make.

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    depends on how much offroading you'll be doing

    honestly, I hate mud grapplers

    they have ridiculously crappy road manners, are super loud-their only saving grace is their offroad grip; though that's comparable to other m/t's out there
     
  10. East TN Yota

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    I had about 20k on my trail grapplers and they looked pretty worn. I'm not sure I could have got much more than 30k on them. I dont have any experience with the mud grapplers though.
     
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    I've had both, and wouldn't recommend either.
     
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    mud graps all day long
     
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    trail grapplers if those are the options. friend of mine just got them a like them. every set of mud grapplers i see are either brand new, or slick. doesnt seem like they last at all
     
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