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sardog12

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Is anyone running either the Goodyear Wrangler MT/Rs in 275/80R17 or the Nitto Trail Grapplers in 35x11.5R17 on stock wheels and has any trail experience, particularly aired down? I don't need anything bigger than 35s right but like the more narrow idea of these without giving up too much on diameter. One advantage to the Nitto is that it is a load range C and the GY is a D. Also a bonus for the GY is that it is only 60 lbs but the Nitto is a bit heavier at 72 lbs. Also, any pics would be welcome if you do have them.
 

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Completey different tire than you are talking about but they are in Rayne just up the road from you. Unfortunately these are bias and not radials.
XSX2-70SUPER SWAMPER TSL/SXII35X10-174$185.00.
 
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Completey different tire than you are talking about but they are in Rayne just up the road from you. Unfortunately these are bias and not radials.
XSX2-70SUPER SWAMPER TSL/SXII35X10-174$185.00.
I've thought of them but I don't think they'd make the best road trip tire.
 
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