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View Poll Results: Miles on Mud Grapplers
Less then 25K 9 50.00%
25K- 35K 6 33.33%
35K-45k 3 16.67%
50K or more 0 0%
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How many miles on your Mud Grapplers

I'm lookin at some mud grapplers for my truck and would like some pics and don't forget to vote!
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would have got 40k+ but I traded them off.
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Size and Rotation

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I would have got 40k+ but I traded them off.
What size and how many miles did you do inbetween each rotation?
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:52 PM   #4 (permalink)
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35x12.50x18's and I rotated every 3k or so.
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^^^^^ That what size I'm wantin do they ride real rough
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No they rode smooth unless just going a few miles an hour then they rumble a little bit.
They wore really smooth.
They do make some noise though.
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Old 12-05-2012, 09:10 AM   #7 (permalink)
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i have them on my wrangler they sound like a plane and are not great in light snow but for a good mud tire they wear really good
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Im looking a getting some mud grapplers for my 99 dually and im trying to get a idea if they would be even worth getting i only put around 7000 miles a year on the truck i dont drive on the highway much just around town mostly going to work and i was thinkin if i could get a few years out them with driving i do i might get them
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We put a set on 37 13.50 17's on my son's truck December 2007. Not sure of mileage, but we just replaced them this month. I can assure you they were ridden hard quite often on pavement, mud and snow! Would've put them on again but we got a deal on Toyo MT's.
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The guy im gonna get the tires from is going to sell them to me at his cost i could get the toyo mt's for 240 and thats for a 285 75 16 or i could get baja claws i n that size for 223 and the mud grapplers in a 305 70 16 for around 250-260 range and i thought if i could get afound 30,000 out of them and last a few year then i'll probably go with the grapplers
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Based on the way my son treated them, you should be fine.
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The guy im gonna get the tires from is going to sell them to me at his cost i could get the toyo mt's for 240 and thats for a 285 75 16 or i could get baja claws i n that size for 223 and the mud grapplers in a 305 70 16 for around 250-260 range and i thought if i could get afound 30,000 out of them and last a few year then i'll probably go with the grapplers
...on a dually?
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