I just got a set of the new Nitto 38x13.50r17 Trail Grapplers installed and thought I'd post some info for anyone who's interested.
I installed them on some KMC KM235 Grenade Crawl wheels with 3.5" backspacing. I'm running Synergy 3" springs and there is no rubbing on the street...
I am considering selling my wheels and tires to upgrade to a 38” tire and 20” rim. They have 18k miles on them (tires expected to get 60k+). They have been rotated every 5k miles and ran at the appropriate PSI based on the weight of my Jeep. Spare is new.
I paid $350/tire (37x12.5r17) and...
This is [currently unnamed] (been thinking of a couple), my 2018 white JLU sport.
Method MR701's (17x8.5) w/ 33x12.5" Nitto Ridge Grapplers.
Removed bumper-fender trim pieces.
Removed air dam/plastic skid plate under front bumper.
Next (not necessarily in this order):
(5) NEW Nitto Ridge Grapplers 37x13.5R22 $1600 + shipping
I put maybe 1000 miles on them, if that, my jeep was mostly in shop getting all mods done, then i decided to go even larger on tires
tires are perfect, this is 5 tires only, no rims...You can pick up 07871 or I will ship anywhere,as I...
Hi everyone, I'm new to this site and it's my first Jeep. I have recently got a new 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. I'm in the process of buying new wheels and tires, I've done a research and came across the KMC XD137 FMJ, the question is.. should I get the (20x12 -44") or (20x10 -18") I...
Hey everyone... I'm getting 37's on my 2018 JLU Rubicon, with a 2.5" lift.
I'm probably using the Jeep about 80% on road and 20% off road, and I'm in Southern California.
I've narrowed my tire choice down to Nitto Ridge Grapplers or Trail Grapplers. I like the look of the Trail Grapplers...
Selling 5 275/85R17c tires. I ended up with some free (to me) AEV wheels shortly after purchasing these for my my factory wheels so I decided to upgrade to 35’s. Tires have less than 500 miles on them. Tires are pick up only. I’m located in central Long Island.
2019 JEEP WRANGLER JLU RUBICON BUILT BY REBEL OFF ROAD
TERAFLEX 4.5" ST4 SUSPENSION SYSTEM WITH FALCON 3.3s
XD MACHETE CRAWL BEADLOCK
NITTO TRAIL GRAPPLER
GENRIGHT FRONT ULTRA CLEARANCE FRONT BUMPER
WARN ZEON 10-S WINCH
GENRIGHT REAR BUMPER AND TIRE CARRIER
Well, I tried but don't like the ride so I'm going back to stock.
For sale 5 KMC XD Holeshot rims 17 x9 with 5 Nitto Ridge Grapplers 35 x 12.5 x 17 Load E.
Driven very little. Don't like the feel of the bigger tires with my manual. Feels slow. THey're coming off.
I really need to get rid of...
On my quest for tires I've come across multiple threads that become tire debates. There are a lot of threads but not a lot of ways to compare one to another. I hope this thread/chart will serve as an easy reference tool to help people compare tires without having to read a thread for every...
After a brief hiatus from a Wrangler, I picked up my 2019 Hella Yella JLUR on Sunday. Factory ordered and delivered to the dealership in 39 days. Originally, was going to order Punk’d to keep with the Orange, but changed my mind when I arrived at the dealership to place my order.
I ordered some Ridge Grapplers (35x12.5x17) about a month ago and the place I got them from are saying Nitto has been on back order & keep delaying their shipment.
To keep it short & simple they're offering me the Trail Grapplers at no extra cost as they have them in stock.
Do any of you running the Nitto Ridge Grapplers have experience with them in snow?
I'm torn between the 35" KO2's and the Ridge Grapplers. I called the tire shop this morning to possibly change from the KO2's on order to the Nitto's but the tire guy said, "Well that's a mud tire and mud tires...
I am new to this forum, so greetings to everyone. I am debating whether on buying Nittos (either Ridge or Mud) or Toyo Open Country M/T 35*12.5*17 and keep the original Rubicon wheels with no lift OR installing the mopar lift kit, installing 37s, and some aftermarket wheels. I...
My wife and I picked up our Firecracker Red JLU Sport S back in May. It's our first ever Jeep, and we've been making it our own (with the amazing help of these forums) ever since. Here are some photos of the stock Jeep, fresh out of the dealership:
We (almost) immediately set out to make the...