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Old 04-06-2006, 11:07 AM   #1  
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Nitto Terra Grappler vs. Mud Grappler and other tire questions

How much less life could i expect out of the Mud Grappler? They seem to be cheaper than the Terra Grapplers. Also, any other tire recomendations for the truck. Im looking at either 35X13.5X18/20s or 355/60/20-355/65/18. I know about the Toyo Open Country M/T, but i have also seen some Kumhos in that size...just wondering what they look like or if anyone has used them. Just looking for the least expensive tire i can get in those sizes b/c i dont put a lot of miles on the truck. Thanks, Jason
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How much less life could i expect out of the Mud Grappler? They seem to be cheaper than the Terra Grapplers. Also, any other tire recomendations for the truck. Im looking at either 35X13.5X18/20s or 355/60/20-355/65/18. I know about the Toyo Open Country M/T, but i have also seen some Kumhos in that size...just wondering what they look like or if anyone has used them. Just looking for the least expensive tire i can get in those sizes b/c i dont put a lot of miles on the truck. Thanks, Jason
The Mud Grappler is a specailty tire and doesn't give a tread life rating. I would think the life of that tire would be greatly lower than the Terra Graplers that should net 50k.
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on the mud grapplers my brother had 25k on his f250and were starting to get bald. awsome tire though good in mud but super loud.
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The reason the terra's are cheaper than the mud's are for the fact that all terrain tires are much more popular than mud terrain tires.
I have the mud grapplers and have 19,000 on the tires and have more than half the threads left. I run 42 psi and rotate the tires every 5,000 miles. The tires are a bit loud but what mud tires aren't...
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