How many years do Nitto Terra Grapplers last?

While most tires will need replacement before they are 10 years old, Nitto recommends that any tires in service 10 years or more from the date of manufacture, including spare tires, be replaced with new tires even if such tires appear serviceable and even if they have not reached the legal wear limit.

How are Nitto Trail Grapplers in snow?

They can work well in deep snow and deep slush at times but extra slippery surfaces are another story. That said, if you want to run the Trail Grappler I’d recommend siping them. This will give them better traction this winter and you’ll still have the look you want.

How much does a Nitto Trail Grappler cost?

The Nitto Trail Grappler varies in price dramatically depending on the size and specs. You’ll pay anywhere from roughly $225 per tire to the astronomical price of $1,300 a tire. YIKES! That may sound insane, but it’s because of the sizes offered. You can get Trail Grapplers in 26-inch fitments!

What makes the Trail Grappler® Mt different?

The Trail Grappler® MT blends some of the off-road performance of the Mud Grappler® with the on-road comfort of the Terra Grappler® to create a tire that is both aggressive and quiet. The 3-ply sidewall with a high turn-up construction acts as an extra layer of reinforcement to increase puncture resistance.

What makes Nitto’s tires better?

To help improve on-road liveability, Nitto’s engineers designed the tire with a pattern that cuts noise by roughly one third. Tire noise is cited by owners as the number one drawback, which is perhaps an indication that owners just expect a lot.

What is the warranty on Nitto tires?

All materials and workmanship are guaranteed for the first 6 years, and Nitto will replace defective tires within the first year (or first 2/32-inch treadwear, whichever comes first) free or charge. After that, Nitto will replace defective tires on a pro rated basis.