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Does anyone have nitto mud grapplers

can you post some pics please

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zabeard did and there was a couple others
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Who is the member from Texas?...Has the white/DSG Ranger thats lifted, he has/had them.
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Some Old Pics I had.
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I have two sets, love those tires.
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This is the guy...

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those tires are pricey as hell here in canada, like over $400/each for 33's.. not sure about down thurr in american but damn.. only the rich use em lol

OH, and that L2 is illllllllll.
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those tires are pricey as hell here in canada, like over $400/each for 33's.. not sure about down thurr in american but damn.. only the rich use em lol

OH, and that L2 is illllllllll.
Here the mud grappler is the cheapest mud tire of all the big names, I can get a set (35" 18" wheel) cheaper than BFG KM2, MT MTZ, Goodyear etc...$289.00 a tire at Discount tire
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too bad they're being discontinued
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too bad they're being discontinued
why are they being discountinued?
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why are they being discountinued?
because they wear like soap and howl worse than bogger, take 100lbs to balance and need to be spun fast to clean out off road.



but this is the first i have ever heard they are being discontinued.
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makes sense reviews i read you don't get very many miles out of them
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because they wear like soap and howl worse than bogger, take 100lbs to balance and need to be spun fast to clean out off road.



but this is the first i have ever heard they are being discontinued.
lol!!!

have you even ran them? i agree they are not a excellent mud tire, but i loved them in the sand, rocks, road, rain, etc...

the howl is part of the fun! that is another reason people buy them. 100lbs??? i dont think so, i put 12oz of beads in mine and they were smooth!

ive bought 10 so far. great tires IMO.
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i wish they made them in bigger sizes or id jump all over them..
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lol!!!

have you even ran them? i agree they are not a excellent mud tire, but i loved them in the sand, rocks, road, rain, etc...

the howl is part of the fun! that is another reason people buy them. 100lbs??? i dont think so, i put 12oz of beads in mine and they were smooth!

ive bought 10 so far. great tires IMO.
how many miles you got out of yours zach i have a friend that was wanting some for his fx4 f150 but didn't know bout the miles
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how many miles you got out of yours zach i have a friend that was wanting some for his fx4 f150 but didn't know bout the miles
i put over 10k miles on them and sold them tonight, this is what they looked like.

almost a 1/2" of tread left

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OUCH!! 20k mile tire... And they are uber expensive.. OUCH! great lookin though
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wow i figured they were good for more than that
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OUCH!! 20k mile tire... And they are uber expensive.. OUCH! great lookin though
what tire in those sizes are cheap? no radial is.

I bought some for my 150 and they arent that expensive. Either way I like them so im running them.
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so the f-one fitty is rolling on nittos?
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lol!!!

have you even ran them? i agree they are not a excellent mud tire, but i loved them in the sand, rocks, road, rain, etc...

the howl is part of the fun! that is another reason people buy them. 100lbs??? i dont think so, i put 12oz of beads in mine and they were smooth!

ive bought 10 so far. great tires IMO.
terra and mud grapplers both. both are complete garbage. ran em on a jeep YJ
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i just bought a set for my super duty and i love them they are much better than the iroc radials that were on there before they ride down the road much better took less weight to balance i won a mud bog with thwm on and a guy i know had them on another super duty and got 35000 mi out of them much better than the irocs that i got about 10000 mi out of and when i get the sas done on my ranger im putting a set on that truck too
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