So the trail grapplers have been out for a while now. I was just curious what kind of mileage people are getting out of them. I am starting to like the look of them more and more. Anybody been running them? Thanks.
Just ordered mine in a 37 and I hope they live up to my bfg's, which have last 5 years on one rotation and still look to have about 50% tread..lol. Yeah, but I can't wait. Heard they have great road manners, wear, and aren't too loud. Just what I want.
The wear is awesome!!! I have 305/55/20's on and they are mean looking for sure! The noise isn't the greatest, but could be because I'm running a wider tire than most I guess. Overall I give them a 9 out of 10. Off road and snow traction are excellent. Highway is nice and calm, just turn up the radio for the humming.
Saw a nnbs crew cab Z71 just like mine that had 285/65/18 trail graps on it and it looked sick. Didn't see the owner to ask about rubbing but it's only a 32.5" inch tire so I wouldnt imagine you would have to trim much if at all?
I can personally verify that the Trail doesn't come in a 305/50/20. I have 305/55/20 with a level and 1.5" BL. Measuring these myself while on the truck the tire is more of a 34" tire including tread. On a 0 offset wheel that's 9" wide, minor rubbing. Trimmed bottom metal of fenders, zip tied, good to go! Looks badass! Love these tires!!!
My local dealer is going to install 295/70/18's on mine with cutting. There are quite a few around here with that size and just a leveling kit. it's a 34.5x11.7. if i end up getting 20"s i will get the 295/60/20 with cutting. it's a 34.5x12.1
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