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285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby BatWolf » Nov 04 2014, 7:05am

Looks good, Blue. I have 295/60R20s now and got a good 38K outta them, but now am going to switch to the Terra Grap G2s. Also thinking of going to 285s for my next set.
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby crazynights » Nov 05 2014, 7:30pm

Blues are those Trails or the Terra? Tread looks really beefy.

Also, what exhaust are you running? I like the looks of it.

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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby syphon157 » Nov 05 2014, 11:31pm

I have 295/70/18's NItto Terra Grapplers on my 14' 2500HD. Im running the 4 in Fabtech lift on mine and I had to trim the front fender to not have them rub. On the Nitto site the diameter of the tires are 34.6 in. I think I'm gonna run 33's for the next set.
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby BatWolf » Nov 06 2014, 5:22am

That's the trail grappler.. I have them currently.
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby MMARSH7 » Jan 28 2015, 6:10pm

I'm torn between the 285/60r20 Duratracs and 295/55r20 Trail Grappers with a 4" lift... Anyone have any input?
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby n8dh » Jan 28 2015, 6:14pm

285/60R20s will be better I think - little bit taller and wider
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby PartsChaser » Feb 25 2015, 3:25pm

Looking sweet man! Love the White!
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby Steelyarddog » Feb 26 2015, 2:13am

DAMN!!! It's so clean hurts my eyes it's so bright!!
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby BatWolf » Feb 26 2015, 4:42am

I lied about 285s.. slapped on a set of 295/70r18 Terra Grappler G2s with black Fuel Kranks today! This replaced my old 20" MB Motoring wheels wrapped in Trail Graps. Love the new look!!
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Re: 285 or 295 Nitto Terra Grappler?

Postby BatWolf » Mar 03 2015, 11:54pm

Boom.. 295/70r18 wrapped around Fuel Kranks w/ a 5" backspace. I tell you what, for my 2500HD, this was just the right dang tire! I had the Trail Graps before in 295/60r20; tread width was 12.13"; the 295/70r18 has a tread width of 11.77" and so that, paired with the sipes, tread pattern, and contact edges, and truck weight, has already put me up-over-n-back Vail pass, twice, during blizzards, and in two wheel drive :shock: :shock: They just plain hook. Could never have dreamed doing that with my Trails, even when they were new! Very glad I didn't go 285 only because my truck is lifted and has a wider stance. Stock height trucks, or 1/2 tons would do well and look good with the 285 IMO.
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