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    Nitto Mud Tires

    I am planning to buy a set of mud tires for my 2013 Nissan Patrol ST Y61. A friend recommended that I go for Nitto Mud Grappler Tires. Is anyone here familiar with it?

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    i think most of the regular guys here run KM2s mate but might find someone who does. will you be heading through alotta mud? IMHO most muddies do wear pretty fast on the tar, and if you just want a decent road tyre but also want to tackle some tracks, you just cant beat a decent pair of all terrains. i have more 60K on mine at the moment, and there has pretty much never been a situation i wished i had muddies.
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    Don't know anything about them.. Would only recommend you steer clear of cheap stuff, if they're not that. Give em a try.

    Now if you want someone to talk you out of buying muddies...

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    They look pretty good. My KM2s are just about knackered and am considering some Nittos actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    They look pretty good. My KM2s are just about knackered and am considering some Nittos actually.
    How many Ks have they done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    They look pretty good. My KM2s are just about knackered and am considering some Nittos actually.
    The nittos are what I am leaning towards for next too.
    I have not had a good run with my current set of KM2s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossco View Post
    How many Ks have they done?

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    About 70,000 i reckon. Keen to run them down the fwy but need something for the next snow season for sure. Might buy rims too so i can kill these KM2 or perhaps fit them to the camper while they still have some life.
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    I'm running Nitto Ridge Grapplers on my Y62... very impressed so far
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    I've been running the Trail Grapplers MTs for about 15 - 20,000ks so far. Bloody strong, reasonably quiet & quite heavy, 10 ply.

    Would I buy 'em again, yep. I reckon they're really good value for money. I did the Simpson and Madigan Line with them and had zero problems. The deflate down pretty well, good in mud and sand and lateral grip is pretty good.
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    The Nitto Ridge Grappler tires that I bought from 4wheelonline for my 2004 Nissan Patrol ST (4X4) GU III is worth every cent! I'm glad I went for it instead of KO2's.
    Last edited by turnercu; 15th August 2020 at 01:28 AM.

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