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Nitto Terra Grappler AT

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For All Vehicles (4)   8.1

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Reviews of this Tire for All Vehicles (4 Total Reviews)

56 of 94 people found the following review helpful

  9.8

January 20, 2014
2004 FORD F-150 275/65R18
KING WILLIAM, VA
Driving Conditions: Mixed Dry Rain
Driving Style: Mixed Highway and City
Owned Tires for: 6 months
Miles Driven on Tires: 3000
Ride Comfort   10.0
Cornering/Steering   9.0
Ride Noise   10.0
Tread Life   10.0
Dry Traction   10.0
Wet Traction   10.0
Winter Traction N/A
Buy Tire Again Yes

Tire Pros

Good highway driving and good off road driving

Tire Cons

none so far

Very happy and will buy another set
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109 of 199 people found the following review helpful

  4.4

December 28, 2012
2011 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 LTZ
GOLDEN, CO
Driving Conditions: Snow
Driving Style: Mixed Highway and City
Owned Tires for: 1 month
Miles Driven on Tires: 100
Ride Comfort   4.0
Cornering/Steering   4.0
Ride Noise   4.0
Tread Life N/A
Dry Traction   6.0
Wet Traction   4.0
Winter Traction   1.0
Buy Tire Again No

Tire Pros

Looks good on my truck.

Tire Cons

Most worthless tire in snow!

I live in the mountain west of Denver, CO. The last 4.5 miles to my house are on roads that are over 10% grade; half paved, the other half dirt. The night before these tires were put on my truck, it snowed 4". In previous storms, my old tires, Bridgestone Dueler AT-RHS, would make it up the hill but with a lot of fish tailing going up the hill. When I came home with the new Nitto's on, I assumed that I could just go right up the hill with no slipping or sliding. Boy was I wrong. On the snow covered pavement (12-13% grade), the truck was fishtailing , but was at least going forward. On the dirt road (10% grade), after sliding all over the place and experiencing the feeling of the tires floating over the snow versus cutting through it, I was forced to put the truck into 4WD. Even then, I was all over the road. I am going to try and return these and if DT doen'st take them back, then I will just have to wait until they wear out, but one thing is for sure, iw ill never put these on my truck again!
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94 of 175 people found the following review helpful

  9.0

February 16, 2013
2004 FORD F-150 275/65R18
GOOD HOPE, GA
Driving Conditions: Mixed Dry Rain
Driving Style: Mixed Highway and City
Owned Tires for: 6 months
Miles Driven on Tires: 3000
Ride Comfort   9.0
Cornering/Steering   9.0
Ride Noise   9.0
Tread Life   9.0
Dry Traction   9.0
Wet Traction   9.0
Winter Traction N/A
Buy Tire Again Yes

Tire Pros

Semi-aggressive tread

Tire Cons

None Provided

Did a lot of research and this was one of the best choices I have made. Very good tire. Ride is comfortable and relatively quiet. Good off-road capability. Great in dry and wet conditions. Have not had it in snow.
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103 of 223 people found the following review helpful

  9.0

July 12, 2012
2005 FORD F-150 275/65R18
MANKATO, MN
Driving Conditions: Mostly Dry
Driving Style: Mixed Highway and City
Owned Tires for: 5 months
Miles Driven on Tires: 6000
Ride Comfort   9.0
Cornering/Steering   9.0
Ride Noise   9.0
Tread Life   9.0
Dry Traction   9.0
Wet Traction   9.0
Winter Traction   9.0
Buy Tire Again Likely

Tire Pros

None Provided

Tire Cons

None Provided

good
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