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Atturo Trail Blade MT Review
My old trail graps were just about worn out so with my income tax I wanted a set of tires. I was running 325/50R22 Nitto Trail Grapplers and was extremely pleased with the all-around performance of the tires. Naturally I was going to go back with the same tires. I called around and searched the web and the cheapest price I could get on that tire was around $1900 (not including shipping). I was going to bite the bullet and order them but come to find out that particular tire is on national backorder and has been since early November with no estimation on availability. My next option was Toyo MTs but they were even higher than the Trail Graps so they were out completely. I looked into Iroks and those were worth a small fortune so they were out as well. In my search I stumbled across the Atturo Trail Blade MT. With the price of these tires I couldnít afford not to research them, but come to find out there arenít really any solid reviews on these tires especially on ĺ ton or bigger trucks. I decided I would buy these tires and keep a solid review, with pictures, on them from start to finish. This is also a way for me to keep track of the life of tires. I got them mounted yesterday and I like them so far. They are a little bit louder than the trail graps but they ride really good. I noticed a little sidewall flex when going around curves which concerns me about pulling a heavy trailer. Iíll keep yall updated and ill post some pictures later.
2006 - 2500 Quad Cab SLT 4x4, Bully Dog GT, MBRP 4" Cat Back Dumped After Rear Axle, ReadyLift Level, 35x12.50R22 Atturo MT, 22x11 Black Fuel Hostages, Rancho Shocks Green Boots, Nfab Light Bar, 8" Procomp Lights Converted to HID, to be continued...