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Nitto Terra Grappler All-Terrain Tire - 265/70R17 113S

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4.4 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
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  • All-terrain tire for jeeps, light pickups, and SUVs
  • Circumferential grooves for straight-line traction in wet conditions
  • High-density siping to resist hydroplaning
  • Coupling joints reduce tread flex for high-speed stability
  • Staggered shoulder lugs for increased all-terrain performance
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Technical Details

Brand Nitto
Model Terra Grappler
Item Weight 40.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 31.6 x 31.6 x 10.5 inches
Item model number 200400
Manufacturer Part Number 200400
Section Width 265 millimeters
Aspect Ratio 70
Construction Radial
Rim Diameter 17 inches
Load Index Rating 113
Speed Rating S
UTQG 500-A-B

Technical Specification

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Additional Information

ASIN B004QL6R6U
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #315,675 in Automotive (See top 100)
#4,044 in Automotive > Wheels & Tires > Tires
Shipping Weight 44.6 pounds
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Date First Available September 1, 2004

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Product Description

The Terra Grappler offers year-round all-terrain performance. It was rated number one by a leading consumer magazine for its balance of exceptional wet and dry performance, comfort and low road noise. Deep sipes and lateral voids were carefully arranged to effectively channel away water. The tread features coupling blocks for improved dry traction and handling. The Terra Grappler All Terrain provides balanced performance in all weather conditions over various terrain.

Customer Reviews

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I love the Terra Grapplers. Love the look, feel, ride quality, quiet, good wet/snow/dry traction. Got 50k+ miles out of my last set and look forward wot 50k more on the new ones. Made in USA too!
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These are sweet as H3ll! I got them in three days and they were shipped almost 4000 miles and they make my 2004 f150 crew cab look sweet added about 1 1/2 inches of ride heigh!
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I drive a 2005 2500 4X4 Dodge Ram Diesel 6 Sp Manual Transmission, my Nitto's are 285/70R18. I have well over 10,000 miles on the tires and they do everything I ask, and waring very well. I don't abuse my truck, I drive it. In the snow ( from 1 to 10, one being bad, and ten being the best) I rate them a #9. Just wet roads, I rate them a #9. On dry roads I rate them a #10. The noise level I rate them a #5. I have the E rated tire, the maximum pressure in the tire is 80 PSI. I only use that much pressure if the truck is loaded to the maximum weight! Normally I run 55 PSI in the front, and 45 PSI in the rear. I have zero problems, and would buy them again. When I rotate, I ask to have them re-balanced because. The Dodge Rams are known for their death wobble. I have zero problems with the death wobble!

I live in South Central PA, and make many trips to the Binghaton, NY area with a trailer on snow covered roads. My trailer is a 2 place snowmobile trailer, I haul two 4X4 ATV's weighing in around 650lbs each. Not close to a big load for the Cummins, never the less, it's still a trailer. I drive senseable on snow covered roads and have had NO issues! Up hill, down hill, turns, no problems. My brother lives on top of a mountain, and has to maintain his road. The road is just about a mile long, and in spots it's icy, and very steep in spots. When I'm on my way there I call him and he will give me the heads up to leave the trailer at the bottom. Or he'll say theres no ice, just snow covered. 2 to 4 inches of snow bring the trailer I have no issues. This road is a dirt road, and 10 MPH is fast! As long as I maintain my speed 8 to 10 MPH, I have no issues. I hope this helps, because I have two sons and they turned me on to the NITTO Terra Graplers, they use them on their pickups as well.

Anthony C. from PA
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These tires are Awesome! I put these on my 2008 Chevy Suburban and I was not dissapointed. They have a great look with the heavy tread. I never heard of NITTO but I will definately buy again. Good prices too.
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Original...GL350 Bluetec with four Bridgestone run flat tires.
Problem.. They only go 50 miles flat. In Nevada that barely gets you to the next town, let alone a place that will have the odd size that the car uses. Better have AAA to flat town you into a major city.
Solution..Better tires with a spare.

I got five Nito Terra Grapplers and an extra rim. Yes, I gave up 20 mph top speed but who really drives over 120 mph?
What I gained was almost 500 pounds per tire carrying capacity and an aggressive off road tread. Plus a spare. The Nitos are no noisier than the Bridgestones as the Bridgestones were run flats so had a thick side wall anyway.

My first outing was up Galena Peak Road to a 1964 plane crash site. The terrain was talcum powder like dirt, smooth topped rocks and sharped edged granite. I felt one tire slip once and that was a side slip probably due to my poor alignment on the approach. I had absolutely no problem getting up or down the hills as the tires felt like they were glued to the road.

If you are in the same boat (Mercedes with run flats) then consider going to these tires when you replace the original equipment tires. Don't forget a spare.
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This review is for the 126Q load 'E' rated tires

I've had these tires 200 miles and i already want to get rid of them. I dont understand why so many people like these, they handle like crap on the road compared to the BF Goodrich all-terrain KO's (BFG) i had. I shoulda just dropped the coin and bought them.

These tires have a considerable amount of wonder, slightly louder, and have horrible cornering stability compared to the BFG. Hopefully they perform better in the dirt and for towing.

Setup:
2010 Toyota Tundra 5.7 55K miles
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I have a 03 cummins bought these tires for it in the 10 ply 20 inch rims. First day liked them road soft smooth. Day 2 went to the lake running 70 went threw the first turn felt like we were on jello. I don't drive a lot had them 3 years total of 25,000 miles just work and back 3 camping trips only time a trailer was on it and their gone just melted off. The price for this mistake was 1,500. Hard for me at the time I was making 13.00 an hour 2 kids new house. lots of reviews said they were great tires. One said they were bad I thought just some guy with a big diesel and even bigger foot. I WAS WRONG. If you have a diesel truck DO NOT BUY THESE TIRES SAVE YOUR MONEY. This is the third year with these and most this year I have been riding my honda vtx I swear the tread is just falling off and its not even moving. Went on the road for a little trip 100 miles came home to one leaking and a flat the next morning. I tell everyone to cut and run from these tires and show them why. The shop I bought them from said they were good to, went to show him my tires and now he says "ya we have been noticing the short life of these tire here not a good tire compound". Little late to tell me that now. I had a set of Firestone Destination m/t lasted 40,000 miles ya mud tires only paid 700 for them to. On this truck I've had best to worst Michelin x2 50,000 on them each Perelli x3 30,000 to 40.000 for them each. This is when I hauled a trailer every day for little debbie. BF a/ts x2 both of them used 25,000 to 30,000 and the nittos 25'000. I hope this help anyone looking at getting these tires.
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