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New tires: Nittos

Well I got some new meats today. They are 295/75-16 Nitto Terra Grapplers.

So far I am very happy with the looks. I drove them on the highway today and they are quite so I am happy with that too.

I only have one pic but will get a ton tomorrow. Needless to say I am thrilled with my new purchase.

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Looks good! I really like those tires.
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Finally! haha look really good man, hope you like them.
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Looks good, my next tires will either be those or Mickey Thompsons.
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I am likeing the size of these tires.

Nitto lists them as 33.27 tall and 11.73 wide.
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Man I want 33s, mmmm 33s
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sweet! i like those tires so much.
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ya buddy. i got the same tires and the same size and i love em. good choise, looks good
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ya buddy. i got the same tires and the same size and i love em. good choise, looks good
Hell yeah... All we do is get good tires.
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sweet! the truck looks great! i really like those tires as well.
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Nittos seem to be the tire to buy!
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MEATY! Looks great. Nice truck!
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Very nice jake!!


truck looks awesome....minus the gray flares and valence that drove me insane before i did something about it. lol. dwb ftw!
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i hate to be the first one to clown and it could very well be the angle of the pic, but those treads dont look like they are spaced that widely and look more like a street tire than an a/t
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in my book...if it's an all terrain, it IS a street tire. lol.
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still relativley unimpressed considering how dope the other offerings from nitto are. Ive seen generic tires with more agreesive a/t tread patterns than those
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Man I have been wanting those tires so bad. I hope they start making them for a 15" rim...
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still relativley unimpressed considering how dope the other offerings from nitto are. Ive seen generic tires with more agreesive a/t tread patterns than those
but theyre nittos, they have alot more engineering and quality than generic a/ts. my boss has these tires and if i had the money and 16" rims i would have these on my truck
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I have done my research and have come to the conclusion that Nitto makes a great tire.
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i used to have the nitto 555s and 555r's on my old car and was very impressed, especially on the wear of the drag radials. nitto is a great company in my opinion
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still relativley unimpressed considering how dope the other offerings from nitto are. Ive seen generic tires with more agreesive a/t tread patterns than those
Why would you want an aggressive all terrain? If you want aggressive get a mud terrain...
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Why would you want an aggressive all terrain? If you want aggressive get a mud terrain...
or an extreme a/t
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still relativley unimpressed considering how dope the other offerings from nitto are. Ive seen generic tires with more agreesive a/t tread patterns than those
they're pretty aggressive compared to procomp at's and the beloved BFGs. but yea, like someone said. if you want extreme don't be a poon and buy a tire that'll be quiet on the street but still 'look' mean, buy a tire that will perform

I liked the ones i had, they seemed to work pretty good in the mud, but thats all i was really into when i still had them. I wasn't impressed with the tread life they were experiencing though, they're really soft
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nitto = great tire
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Jake, looks good bro, you've been needing them for a while now. You, Ory and I need to do a G2G and do some more work to the trucks!
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