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Old 06-02-2019, 09:33 AM   #1
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I'm a big Terra Grappler fan but I'm thinking of going to a little more aggressive tire and drop down from the size (305/18s) I have finally worn out. I drive a 2015 F250 and want a little more aggressive but also have a quiet and good riding tire. Does anyone have experience with the Nitto Trail Grappler?

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I cant het away from the G2s. Mine get 60-70k miles and do fairly good at the lease in that Alabama red clay, lol
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I cant het away from the G2s. Mine get 60-70k miles and do fairly good at the lease in that Alabama red clay, lol
Same here

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A friend of mine ran the trail grapplers, he said they did great in the mid, he got 45k out of them and sold them with some tread left to buy a set of G2s.

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A friend of mine ran the trail grapplers, he said they did great in the mid, he got 45k out of them and sold them with some tread left to buy a set of G2s.

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So exactly how do you feel about the G2s?

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Feel good enough when these are qore out, I am buying another set, lol. Very little if any road noise, clean out pretty good in the mud, ride smooth. I juat qish I had went with a 8 wide wheel and 10 wide tire, instead of 10 wide wheel and 12.5 wide tire

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I had a set of ridge grapplers on my duramax and loved them. Smoothest and quietest ride I've ever had out of a aggressive tire.

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I don't see much of a difference between the ridge and the terra.

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Cooper tires for me. I've thought hard about switching but Cooper has always done well. I currently run the at/3. But next truck I'm switching up to the s/t maxx or stt pro.

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Cooper tires for me. I've thought hard about switching but Cooper has always done well. I currently run the at/3. But next truck I'm switching up to the s/t maxx or stt pro.

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I went from the stt pro to the ridge grappler and it was night and day difference. The stt's started chopping real bad and was very loud from day one. I got 2 other buddies that had the same problems with them and didn't get half the miles out of them that they was expecting before they needed replacing. Never had a problem out of any cooper street tire but those stt's I would run from !

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