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Nitto Grapplers

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Well, the guy told me a 31x10.50 R15 was too wide for the rims and said it could cause side wall problems, so he talked me in to a 30x9.50 R15.

Not real happy with the size. I think the 31's would have fit fine and probably look a lot better.

This size looks small on the truck even though it is the OEM size.

Should have stuck to the size I wanted. :doh:

Lastly, they ride good on road and are quiet, no off roading yet or wet pavement feed back until I can test them in those environments.

I guess as long as they perform in the rain well and off road, ill be OK with them.

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/06/23/pysu5u5y.jpg

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/06/23/yra6ypyd.jpg

You can kind of tell in this picture, the firestone tires were a bit wider on the rim and looked better.

http://streetntrack.net/gallery/image.php?album_id=3&image_id=9

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Those do look a tad small on the truck, not too bad, though. My Nittos work great on wet roads, too.

I just don't get it. The size is factory, the Firestones were this size, but they look smaller. :shrug:

I'm kicking myself for letting that guy talk me out of the 31x10.50's! :wall:

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Yep, my front yard.  Started mowing, got the mower hung up, then I got the truck hung up.  The front end marred up such that there was about 5/16" clearance to the air dam.  After Dad yanked me out, Mrs. Raceall and I went to town.  The truck threw rooster tails for two miles down the road. hahahaha


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Wow! I'd never thought those tires couldn't get you out of the front yard!

The BFG's did good on my Dodge.

It's old, so when i put it in 4wd to go through a muddy ditch, the vacuum thingy hadn't engaged and locked the front axle yet, but despite spinning the rear tires a bit, it still made it and at an uphill leftward climb at that.

Try some BFG's next time around. :yes:

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I'll have to keep them until they're bald.  They're great on snow, wet roads, and dirt, just not in mud. 

 

Well, that isn't so bad. :no:

 

I could deal with that. :yes:

 

My BFG's feel like they ride a little too soft or wobbly, or maybe I'm just used tot he skateboard ride of my GT. :lol: 

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