Discussion in 'The Garage' started by socalsnake, Oct 2, 2005.
Which One Is Best Nitto Grabblers Vs Super Swampers Radial Ss For Street And Off Road Use
You need to be WAY more specific.
What type of rig? What purpose (street, trail, mud rocks, etc...)? What price range? What would you be willing to sacrifice (noise, wear, wet/snowy driving, price)?
I personally think the NittoMud Grapplers are a very interesting tire. They havn't been out for that long so there aren't that many reports about them but the design looks good. I have seen a few sets in person and they seem to be pretty sticky and should grab well in the rocks.
Swampers are tried and true. We know they work well in most environments. They do need to be grooved if you want to rockcrawl them IMHO though.
Personally when I look for a set of tires for my next project truck they are going to be something a little different then what most people run. Nitto Mud Grapplers, Maxxis Creepy Crawlers, or Maxxis Trepadors. I like to be different and those tires arent the norm on the trails.
well i ahve a 77 gmc jimmy like a k5 it hasa 6inch lift with atlas suspension with rancho shock i have f/r lockers with a 383 stroker under the hood i have 40 i gumbo monsters on the rig an i need new tires i was lookin at both the nitto grabbler which it was $278 each for 38' an the super swamper radial ss for 38/39 ' for 315 each im pretty much basic with my rig i drive on highway/freeway/road also in dirt/mud/water some what in snow since i live in california i need somethin for both worlds road/ off road the swampers looks nice but the grabblers looks nicer i dunno which is best
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