Are Nitto Mud Grapplers good in mud?

Are Nitto Mud Grapplers good in mud?

The Nitto Mud Grapplers are king in the soft stuff. Mud and sand is where these tires really shine. They move a lot of material, so bring your right foot to the party. It’s needed to spin them in heavier sand and muck.

How long do Nitto Mud Grapplers last?

that they are good for 40,000-45,000 miles.

Who is Nitto tires made by?

As a branch of the Toyo Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., Nitto Tire was founded in 1949 in Japan.

What does LT mean on Nitto tires?

light truck
Metric sizing on off-road tires is typically preceded by letters. In the size LT285/70/R18 on this Nitto Ridge Grappler (below), LT denotes the tire is made for a light truck. If the numbers were preceded by the letter “P,” it would mean the tire was made for a passenger car.

What ply are Nitto Mud Grapplers?

Mud Grappler tires have 3-ply polyester sidewall construction that stands up to tough off-road obstacles.

When did Nitto Mud Grappler come out?

It’s been three years since we initially tested the Nitto Mud Grappler’s (“Neat-O Nittos” May ’04), and with many more miles and experiences on them we felt it might be time for further review.

Are Nitto Trail Grapplers good on highway?

To counteract the irritating road noise typically associated with off-road tires, Nitto’s engineers used advanced sound equipment to systematically reduce noise levels. According to Nitto, the Trail Grappler M/T is 34% quieter at street speeds and 36% quieter at highway speeds than the Mud Grappler.

How long should Nitto tires last?

To complement their economically priced tires, Nitto includes longevity, thus creating long-lasting tires that will keep performing over many miles, with the average tread warranty being around 50,000 miles. Delve into our Nitto Tire reviews if you’re interested in knowing more about a specific Nitto tire.