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Nitto Trail Grapplers

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by 06stex, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. Sep 2, 2010 at 12:28 PM
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    06stex

    06stex [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Alex
    Corpus Christi, Texas 361
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    06' TRD 6" Fabtech..limo tint
    6 inch Fabtech, Dirt Logic 2.5 coilovers, Light Racing UCAs 17x9 XD spy, 305 65 17 Extreme ATs, Limo all around, Kicker speakers,Kicker L5 10 inch sub, 400 watt kicker mono amp In dash Pioneer with Ipod cable, Flowmaster 50, bedmat, toolbox, K N Filter, cheapo seat covers, 6000k HIDs upfront, bhlm,DDM 5000K fogs, tailgate mod, and many more to come.
    Just want to give a shout out for these tires. They ride great and handle well and are actually quiet.

    I went from some 305/65/17 procomp extreme "CRAP" ATs with less than 20,000 miles to the Nittos.

    These procomps rode horribly and were cupped so bad that braking was scary.

    They could never be balanced properly and were loud and just junk. Hate to bash them but they are a poorly designed product.

    Just mounted the Nittos 295/70/17 today and the difference is night and day. Only time will tell.

    They even balanced perfectly and only took like 1 ounce per tire.

    Thanks TW just wanted to vent a little. Have a great day, oh and they look great too.
     
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