How many miles do Mud Grapplers last?
I have about 13,000 miles on them and they are in great shape with even wear and no chunking or other problems. I’ve rotated them once at about 7-8,000 miles.
How much are Nitto Mud tires?
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Are Nitto Mud Grapplers good in sand?
All-terrain tires like the Nitto Terra Grappler G2 tire are great for dry all-terrain conditions, but lack the mud traction of a M/T tire. At the other end of the spectrum, the Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tire works great in mud and deep sand, but not so good on packed dry dirt or gravel.
Where are Nitto Mud Grapplers made?
Made In The USA Yes, Nitto is a Japanese company, but pretty much all of their tires these days are built here in the USA in White, Georgia.
Are Nitto Mud Grapplers loud?
I had a set on my last truck and they are extremely loud, great in mud and offroad, but for daily driver use, dont recommend.
Are Nitto Mud tires good?
The Nitto Mud Grappler mud terrain tire has one of the most aggressive and functional sidewall designs on the market. The massive lugs provide additional biting edges, which is especially helpful in rocky terrain. The additional depth also provides punctured resistance.
How often should you rotate mud tires?
every 3,000 miles
In most cases, mud tires should be rotated every 3,000 miles (5,000 km). You should also make sure that you are only using mud tires when you’re off-roading. They aren’t designed for day-to-day road driving.