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View Poll Results: Better overall tire Offroad and on:BFG Mud Terrains vs. Nitto Mud Grapplers
BFG Mud Terrains 16 50.00%
Mud Grapplers 16 50.00%
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Old 05-07-2008
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see i love those new bfg's too, but im just the opposite. nobody over here has mud graps, but everybody and their momma has bfg's
Not the km2s everyone has the old ones
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Love my grapplers, Have yet to get stuck with them. I was the only one that didnt get stuck when i went to Brazos valley offroad park, and i was competing with a Jeep with a 350 Dual locked on 37s





lets not forget the heep also got stuck, along with another jeep, an explorer and a 4 runner... the ranger walked right through the hole..

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they definitely look nice. i've never had any personal reviews about serious offroad performance though. they are pretty soft so I would guess they're pretty quiet on the street too.
they are in no way quiet... get used to hearing a nice hum

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yea only 2 people in my town have mud grapplers and u can hear them half a mile away one reason i think ima go with BFG's
thats no fun

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Not the km2s everyone has the old ones

yea i've seen like 1 set of the KM2s...
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Ya know I must say that I love my KM2's way way more that is for sure...tons smoother..tons quieter and I know for sure they will wear way better
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lets not forget the heep also got stuck, along with another jeep, an explorer and a 4 runner... the ranger walked right through the hole..



they are in no way quiet... get used to hearing a nice hum



thats no fun




yea i've seen like 1 set of the KM2s...
lol, yea I didn't want to rant but i owned that day. wide footprint for teh win.
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BFG's FTW!!
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if you want quiet... dont get a mud terrain.
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i dont want quiet just not roaring to the point that it gets annoying a friend just had some grapplers on a hummer and u literally could hear him a half mile away
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Grapplers or boggers?

Grapplers are rather quiet. Boggers on the other hand are not.
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no he had 33x12.50r20 grapplers....and he is not joking but maybe under-exaggerating when he says that you can hear them from a half mile away
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I cant wait to drive on mine! Couple more weeks. :(

Can you make a video of the how loud they are from the inside?
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Grapplers or boggers?

Grapplers are rather quiet. Boggers on the other hand are not.
what are you basing this off of?

Grapplers are probably the nosiest tires outside the Interco family...
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i have the nokain vatiiva m/t-like the nitto's, mine are a soft compound and rather quiet, they do good in mud, havnt got stuck yet but im only runnin 33's and i havnt tried to push it through alot of mud yet. i dont really want to get stuck seeing how im still runin 3.73's and i need a new clutch... but when i get my 4.10's and my new clutch we will see how they do
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