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Toyo rt vs nitto ridge grappler pic comparison

Nitto ridge grappler 295/65r20
Toyo open country rt 35/12.50r20
A good picture of unmounted side by side comparison, our tire guy was kind enough to bring both sets so I could choose. What's everyone's thoughts, they are going on a '17 mega with Carli leveling kit stock wheels

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I have 37" Ridge Grapplers on my Wrangler they are the quietest and smoothest tires I have experienced on it since 2011 I have mounted several sets of the Ridge Grapplers they use little weight and balance well
Just an FYI Nitto and Toyo are the same company

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I installed a set of Ridge Grapplers in Dec. Could not be happier with my choice.

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Both are nice tires, but I'm a die hard Toyo guy, they've never let me down..

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I did not know they were same company, I have the rt on my f350 now that I'm trading for the mega and I've put 30k on the set and they're well over 50%, I was hoping the 295/65 was going to be a bit taller than the 35 toyos
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Ridge Grapplers have higher load ratings than the Toyo R/Ts


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Ridge Grapplers.

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I have the ridge on my truck, they are quiet.

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Would you all say these have better road manners than their terra all terrain tires?
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The tread blocks on my tahoe wore uneven and my terras drive horrable.
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Toyo guy here. They just balance so easy, I can't argue with smooth and round on a tire that needs to go to 80 PSI.

My advice is to Road Force balance up 2 of each and see the remaining road force number and pick the lowest... I don't accept any tire that is new with more than 10 pounds remaining road force. Toyo's are the only tire that ever met that requirement on the first 4 tires. All others usually take picking through 7-10 tires...
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Just put the same size Ridge Grapplers on my 15 with stock rims. LOVE the tires. They look amazing, ride great, got to try them in snow today and they are so much better than the Transforce garbage I replaced. You will rub pretty good at full lock with those on factory wheels. I was planning on keeping the stock rims. My new rims will be here next week......

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