Nitto Ridge Grapplers LT285/70 R17

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OldManJack

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Just picked up a set of LT285/70 R17s for my Tacoma.

Looking forward to seeing how they perform. I have a lot of weight on my rig and just wanted a 10 ply tire for what I may be running into.

Thankful to be able to have these tires.
 

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Dlnuckolls

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I run the Nitto Trailgrapplers 285/70 R18, and love them! On my JLU they handle like a dream. I have had them in sand, snow, mud, and most things in between. Been running them for the last 40k KM and they hold up well.
 

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I run the Nitto Trailgrapplers 285/70 R18, and love them! On my JLU they handle like a dream. I have had them in sand, snow, mud, and most things in between. Been running them for the last 40k KM and they hold up well.
I used to be a BFG guy. 2 rigs ago someone convinced me to try Nitto Trailgrapplers on my Power Wagon. I have never turned back. Incredible ware on my JKU and my Gladiator. Great tires!!!
 
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Had a set on my '17 T4R and loved them - especially in "Sierra cement." Trying BFG KO2's on my LC200, but might switch back to Nitto's. The RIdge Grapplers are currently on my son's Taco.
 
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