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Nitto Trail Grappler MT
Nitto Trail Grappler MT
  • 4.8  (1 customer reviews
    Price Range:  USD $248.99 to $661.99
    All Season

    The Trail Grappler® MT blends some of the off-road performance of the Mud Grappler® with the on-road comfort of the Terra Grappler® to create a tire that is both aggressive and quiet.

    • The 3-ply sidewall with a high turn-up construction acts as an extra layer of reinforcement to increase puncture resistance.
    • Advanced sound analysis equipment was used to systematically reduce the noises normally heard when driving on off-road tires.
    • Nitto´s proprietary, automated manufacturing system produces extraordinarily uniform tires. This creates a smooth ride on paved roads.
    • The balanced void ratio efficiently removes mud and dirt from the tread to provide continuous off-road traction.

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  • 5.0
    Trail Grappler MT
    Overall  Dry Wet Snow Handling Comfort Noise Treadwear
    Overall: 4.8  
  • 1/14/2014
  • Wet
  • Snow
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Noise
  • Treadwear
  • Size: 305/55R20 ( 4505 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    i've got a tahoe lifted about 6" with a set of these in the 305 55 20 flavor on 20x12" wheels. run them at 40psi and the ride is fantastic. i work for discount tire with 4+ years of experience and these are personally the best looking and best riding mud tires you can get. now i'm no hard core offroader, and i'm down south where there is no snow so i can't make any comments there. but my friend has these on his f150 that he takes to the ranch all the time and puts serious miles on his truck. says the difference between his old toyo open country m/ts and these nittos is night and day. nittos win 1000x over. noise is very minimal. they may a very low pitched hum thats just barely audible. one of the quietest mud terrains ever. tires themselves balanced out extremely well. every nitto a/t or m/t i've dealt with at work just rides fantastic. these tires really are made to be the ultimate comfort on the road as well as great characteristics for the person that see's themselves off the beaten path from time to time. now these are mud tires, and generally good tire wear isn't something associated with mud tires. keep them rotated religiously every 4-5k miles and as close to the same interval as possible. do this while maintaining air pressure and you will get some really nice tread life. of course this is the same with any tire. also make sure your suspension is in good shape so often these kind of tires will get poor reviews on tread life when in fact it was to do with vehicle suspension in poor shape causing bad wear or lack of rotation/air pressure maintenance.