the tires still look good. i like how my truck rides, but what do i know. i don't do anything fancy when i drive. just city driving.
one reason i bought these tires was Nitto's claim that they are good good on wet roads.
in houston, that's usually important. but how was i to know that i bought these tires at the beginning of a drought. no rain in houston from the end of january until this week! and that rain was hardly enough to test the tires.
still i'm pretty happy with the tires. they still have rubber hairs all over them. it will take quite a while before i can report on how they wear.
radiant red 2008 dc 5.7
spray on bedliner
westin w2w nerf bars
turquoise brake calipers -
aci lorado roll-up tonneau cover
My Duellers were gone at 32, i put on a set of Nitto Crosstek yestereday. Got them from Big O. Not a bad price but as good as the guy who got his for $750.
Mine were the P255/70R18 for $950 OTD. They were smoth and quite on the ride home. I am not sure about the look but i am mostly concerned about the performance and longevity. We tow a 28 foot camping trailer in the summer.
2010 Tundra DC, Super White, SR5, 10,600# Tow Package
Access Tonneau Cover
Dee Zee Running Boards
I have the Nitto Trail Grapplers. I am happy with the look and ride. Dissappointed in the life. Have them on for almost 25K miles and they are pretty worn down. Almost look like racing slicks. I never got the chance to take them off road and now don't want to for fear of getting stuck. Looking for a new tire that is made for the asphalt and the occasional off road. I do not think an MT tire was what I needed. Wonder if these will fare better.
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