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37" Nitto Trail Grappler MT

Any complaints? Any wont balance issues? Any road walking complaints? Noise level? ANYTHING you dont like about them before I go drop $2000 on a set? Please tell me now...I just got through dealing with balancing issues on mt/r K and I dont want another repeat.

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looking at the same tire.....
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looking at the same tire.....
I'll make you a smoking deal on some MT/R K...they have like 95% tread left.

2014 JKUR, 3.5" X Factor RK lift, 40" Nitto Trail Grappler's, RIPP supercharger and UD60s.
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We have the 35" Nitto's Trail Grapplers and except for the weight, no complains. Got them on now for 12,000 miles and 5 tire rotate them every 3,000 miles. They got a bit noisier but not that much. We do have a soft top and it is off most of the time. Took very little weights to balance them and never re-balance them since mounting them. We run 17" ATX slabs as well. No wondering at highway speed and NO side wall cuts like KM2's.
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Far better than the MTRk's no balancing issues quiet and strong. We run them on all of our builds.

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post #7 of 11 Old 04-21-2015, 11:50 AM
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These tires are awesome, zero issues...good on and offroad. Quieter than my toyos.
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These tires are awesome, zero issues...good on and offroad. Quieter than my toyos.
X2 on this!
I love 'em. They are the only tire I will run now.

I'm not as think as you dumb I am !
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I'm running Nitto Mud Grappler Extremes right now and the road noise is obviously horrible while off-road they kick-ass....

Just looking for balance in the force....
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I'm running Nitto Mud Grappler Extremes right now and the road noise is obviously horrible while off-road they kick-ass....

Just looking for balance in the force....

No Thanks...I've heard those on the highway before.

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I'll make you a smoking deal on some MT/R K...they have like 95% tread left.
Ha... I'm gonna stick with Trail Grapplers
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