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terra and mud grapplers both. both are complete garbage. ran em on a jeep YJ
interesting.

several f150 owners love the terra grapplers.
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several f150 owners love the terra grapplers.
You have mud grapplers on the F150?
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You have mud grapplers on the F150?
yeah i do or will. i will post some pictures this weekend.
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interesting.

several f150 owners love the terra grapplers.
i know lots of people that love them as well. including super duty owners. my uncle buys them exclusively for his super duty despite the fact he gets 20-30k miles out of them. thats pitiful for an all terrain. its even bad for a mud tire by todays standards.

people are a fan of the look and the sound. you yourself admit you only get 20k miles roughly out of mud grapplers on your ranger. now imagine a full size truck. especially in a hot climate like florida? they wear like soap. if you are gonna put up with bad tire wear why not get a tire that actually performs? like something from pitbull or interco?
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yeah i do or will. i will post some pictures this weekend.
Please do! I have been thinking about getting them put on the factory rims.
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I dont have them on factory rims, they are on a aftermarket rim. Maybe after all the snow quits flying I will wash it and take a few pictures.
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I know this thread is sooooooo old, but I just want to know from Zabeard...in the picture above, you said that there was 1/2" tread left, not half the tread left after 10,000 miles.

So how do these tires hold up if rotated every 5,000 or so?
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