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Old 09-24-2007, 12:54 PM   #1
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Default Nitto Terra Grappler Vs. BF Goodrich All Terrain

Which is your experience or opinion do you guys think is better to run? i have looked around and have only really found sales pitches and nothing that compares the two different companies.
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Old 09-24-2007, 01:03 PM   #2
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I've had both. IMO, I'd go with the Nittos. They're cheaper, will last longer, and, do to my experience and others, the BFG's will chop real bad if you don't keep them rotated religiously... They are both great tires for A/T's, but if I had to buy another set, I'd go with the nittos....
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Old 09-24-2007, 01:37 PM   #3
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nitto terra grappers. I have had both and the terra grapplers performed way better.
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I rotated my BFG's once in 85K. They were all worn exactly evenly. I gave them to a buddy maybe a little more than 2 years ago. He has put around 10K on them and is still using them. He has an f150, and they still have usable tread. I have had 2 sets of BFG's, 1 M/T and 1 A/T. For some reason they last extremely long for me. I had the M/T's on two trucks they lasted so long. I have taken then off in favor of swampers, but they still have usable tread and they are at probably 65-70Kmi. I took them off because I had a big cut in one of them and it blew.

I personally have only seen mud grapplers in the mud and off-road. They impressed me. The only thing that I dont like about them is that everyone and their grandma with 22's is running them. I havent ever seen the terra grapps off-road though.
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Old 09-24-2007, 04:53 PM   #5
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BFG's bro!!! on my 6th truck and 6th set of BFG's
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Ive had 2 sets of BFG ATs and Ive had good luck with em. Im thinking of changing to the terra grapplers for the price though.
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For the price... I'd go with the terra grapplers.. If price wasn't an option, ProComp Xtreme A/T's
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I ran BFG k/o's on my 2000 Tacoma. Tried the Nittos, and I have used them on ALL my trucks. Blow the BFG's away.
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hows the offroad performance of the terra grapplers compared to the steady and reliable performance of the BFGs?
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the Nittos done well for me off road...
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nittos over bfgs offroad here too
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I run 325/70 R17 Terra Grapplers on our FJ class 3 race car.

Baja 250-----0 Flats
Baja 500-----0 Flats
Snore 250---0 Flats
Primm 300--1 Flat

The traction is great. These are “off the shelf” tires not special comp blends

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I run 325/70 R17 Terra Grapplers on our FJ class 3 race car.

Baja 250-----0 Flats
Baja 500-----0 Flats
Snore 250---0 Flats
Primm 300--1 Flat

The traction is great. These are “off the shelf” tires not special comp blends

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Dylan, has that been an improvement over the BFG A/T's?
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Try the Toyo Open Country AT's. Similiar tread pattern, harder compound, deeper siping, and made in the same factory. Just also a good tire with almost identical offroad characteristics.
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Working at a shop ,I see lots of tires and how they wear on the street. I made a choice based on what I've seen.
I have been running the Nittos, with no problem going anywhere the Bfg a/t's go
They Wear Well Across all tread=30k on mine nice and Quiet
All the bfgs I've noticed the center tread Gone with lots of side treads left.
They Air down great ..They Also DRIFT on the street with predictable handling!!
Even rolled 'em in the mud......ok.not the best
I see No difference but the Hype and price.
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do the terra grapplers have a 3-ply sidewall?

285/75/16 for $600, great price.
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I just sold my Nitto T/G. Absolutely horrible in the rain and only marginal in the snow. No feedback on offroad/dirt. 285-60-18 glad they are. Giving the Revo's a try in a 265-75-16.
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I just sold my Nitto T/G. Absolutely horrible in the rain and only marginal in the snow. No feedback on offroad/dirt. 285-60-18 glad they are. Giving the Revo's a try in a 265-75-16.

Interesting, I just swapped TG's onto my Taco, from 32" Mud Terrains and they're amazing. Rain traction is great, they're quiet, and run smooth.
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the nitto's are loud as hell if you don't rotate them so make sure u rotate them
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do the terra grapplers have a 3-ply sidewall?
2 ply. oh well, still seems they are well liked.
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do the terra grapplers have a 3-ply sidewall?
~zing~ ....i've had both and i prefer the BFG's. the TG's wore really fast and didn't balance worth a damn. i probably had them rebalanced 15 times ..and had 2 replaced because they were out of round. ..another strike against the TG's is that they only come in metric sizes. as for off road, they are really similar ..but again, 2 ply vs 3 ply ...bottom line, if you ride fire trails mostly, the TG's will suite you well, ..but if you like to get into the rocks. ..i'd stay wtih a 3 ply sidewall ....
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~zing~ ....i've had both and i prefer the BFG's. the TG's wore really fast and didn't balance worth a damn. i probably had them rebalanced 15 times ..and had 2 replaced because they were out of round.
That's never good. I've had an opposite issue with mine. My BFG MT KM's at 70% tread, rotated every 5K would not balance, turned out to be an issue in the tire construction. My Terra Grapplers have been perfect.
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i guess the main reason i went back to bfg's was due to the fact that nitto doesn't make float size tires in a "C" load range. the metric "D" load TG's make for a rough ride on trucks our size, imho.
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i guess the main reason i went back to bfg's was due to the fact that nitto doesn't make float size tires in a "C" load range. the metric "D" load TG's make for a rough ride on trucks our size, imho.
I know I'm comparing different tires. But my D-range TG's ride as well or better than my C-range BFG MT's.

Now if you went with a 10 ply E-range, that's way overkill.
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do the nittos have a 15" wheel size?
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do the nittos have a 15" wheel size?
not that i know of or i would have them already
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hell ...just flip a coin.
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do the nittos have a 15" wheel size?
They DID have a 15" wheel size, and I had them on my 96 Taco in 35x12.50's. I actually went to get more and got into an argument with the tire place when they told me they don't exist in a 15" wheel size. I told him that I HAD them on my truck before, and sure enough, after research, I learned they discontinued that size when they started making tires for bigger rims (i.e. 24's and 26's...)
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