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Nitto Mud Grappler
Nitto Mud Grappler
  • Price Range:  USD $255.99 to $727.99
    All Season

    The Mud Grappler Extreme Terrain provides reliable off-road traction over various terrains, whether it's dirt, rocks or mud. The massive side lugs and 3-ply polyester sidewall construction add more protection to help prevent sidewall punctures when facing the most challenging off-road obstacles. The Mud Grappler is manufactured using state of the art manufacturing processes that ensure tire uniformity and quality. The Mud Grappler can handle anything you can throw at it.

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    Overall: 5.0  
  • 3/3/2014
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  • Size: 33x12.50R20 ( 57924 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Best MT tires on the market hands down. I had these tires (33/12.5/20) on my truck 3 years. Rotated them about every 8k miles and they had 35k on them when I sold my truck and I estimate they would last another 5-7k. For as aggressive and soft as these tires are 40k is great. If you don't mind the noise then BUY them! These things are invincible. I used to run over nails and just pull them out and keep going, no lie. I hits numerous stumps and curbs with the sidewall and they never skipped a beat. Only negative to some people is these noise because they probably are the second loudest tire you can buy behind TSL super swampers. But I love the noise.
    Overall: 4.2  
  • 2/1/2014
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  • Size: 35x12.50R17 ( 40225 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I have a set of 35x12.50x17 on my 08 dodge ram with a 6 inch lift I've had these tires about a year now and still have decent tread left but I rotate them every 3k miles. Great tire in mud and snow but really not to good on ice just found this out this past week down here in the south. I will have another set next time I buy.
    Overall: 3.6  
  • 10/10/2013
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  • Size: 35x12.50R17 ( 56315 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Very loud tires but I don't mind the humming. I have them on a 1500 silverado with 6in lift, 35x12.50x17 tires. If balanced well and rotated often they wear pretty slow. I have had them on for about 2- 2.5 years 30-40k miles and they still have 15-20% tread. Noisy on the highway but ride smooth even at 85+ mph. Very good dry traction and handling , wet traction isn't the best but is good enough if you don't drive like an idiot. Off road traction is insane. Hardly have to use 4x4 in mud, creeks, hill climbs, snow rocks, etc. tires are heavy and gas mileage shows it. Over all a 3/5 for a daily driver tire and 5/5 for the off-roader.
    Overall: 4.9  
  • 8/13/2013
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  • Size: ( 900000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Got 90 0000 km outta my first set now on my second set. I drove oil field roads and highway these tires where great never had a puncture.
    Overall: 4.7  
  • 6/22/2013
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  • Size: 35x12.50R17 ( 16090 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Ihave a set of 35x12.5 r17 grapplers on my 01 f-250 superduty. I have assessed the capabilities of the tires in a wide variety of terrain and have never had an issue. I have ran tsl sx swampers for years and the grapplers will handle the same if not better plus they ride better than my previous set of pro comp a/t's. I would reccomend to serious offroaders and weekend warriors alike.
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