View Poll Results: Which A/T Tire

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  • Pro-Comp Xtreme A/T

    28 54.90%
  • Nitto Terra Grappler

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    Default Pro Comp XTREME A/T vs Terra Grappler

    As the thread title indicates.....which of the above two, Nitto Terra Grappler and Pro Comp Xtreme All-Terrain....would you choose if choosing a A/T tire.


    I haven't decided between mud and A/T but, want to focus my choices on an A/T.....

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    I Have the ProComp Xtreme A/T and I really like them.I have not problems here in Florida with the Sugar Sand and they are OK in the mud (Not Great)
    They are a great driving tire and not to load.Mine have about 5000 miles on them and they are still quiet (compared to my ProComp Mud terrains which always made a humming noise) Its all about how you are going to use them.

    Good Luck

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    Thanks for the feedback....no pollers aboard tonight eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose Dosil View Post
    I Have the ProComp Xtreme A/T and I really like them.I have not problems here in Florida with the Sugar Sand and they are OK in the mud (Not Great)
    They are a great driving tire and not to load.Mine have about 5000 miles on them and they are still quiet (compared to my ProComp Mud terrains which always made a humming noise) Its all about how you are going to use them.

    Good Luck
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    Got the Nittos on mine. Now I live in MD so we gotta deal with snow and ice and these are the best tire I have ever driven on either. They are great in rain and on sand and rocks....only OK in mud....not bad, but if you like allot of mud this isn't the tire for you. If you drive allot and like the sand and rain and rocks, they are great.

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    Starting to feel that these are very similar....

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsajeepthing View Post
    Starting to feel that these are very similar....
    I agree,when I was going to purchase my tires,I looked @ both of them.
    I had the ProComp on my Ford F250 4 Dr Diesel and I loved them.I went
    thru 4 sets of tires when I owned my truck and I got the best mileage from
    the ProComps. I guess you stick with a product that has performed
    well for you in the past.

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    I like the Pro Comps a lot and they are on my consideration list, but have no experience with either.
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    I have the Nittos and love them. Great on the street, does well in sand and did pretty good in mud.

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    Tough decision, both are great looking and great performing A/T tires.

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