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Terra Grapplers on 4x2......Overkill?

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Old 10-12-2012, 09:18 PM   #11
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One word: Poser.

Just kidding now, so don't get your panties in a wad.

If you are putting them on a 2wd, go with the lightest tire of the bunch so you don't affect your mileage and ride too much.
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Originally Posted by Bluesbr
I have a set of the nitto trail grapplers M/T. I love the look and my 2wd truck sees its fair share of time off road. The draw back to them on highway is slight loss in power, road noise and roughly 2 mpg loss. For your situation I would go with the terra grapplers. You will get a nice look and "not too bad" of a road tire.
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