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Need some advise on tires. I have Nitto Trail Grapplers, 35 12.5 20 on my lifted Tundra, second set and have been very pleased. I recently installed Icon coilovers on the front and did not adjust them, Icon said they were pre set for that lift height. Well I noticed the other day my 2 front tires are worn badly on the inside and I have to get my truck inspected and they will fail. The back two have 3/4 of tread left. Should I just buy 2 new ones or choose a different tire that's not so aggressive and buy 4 of them? Thanks in advance!!!
 

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You say you like them, so I'd get an alignment and get two new tires. If you want to move to a street oriented tread then get four and sell the old ones.
 
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If you like Nitto tires, Look into Ridge Grappler. They are more street friendly than Trail Grappler and still retain that aggressive look.

Definitely get an alignment.
 
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I think I'm going with 4 new ridge grapplers, 35 11.5 20. Im going with the slightly narrower tire for hopefully a better ride and better mpg since I'm mainly only driving highway theses days. But I do make it to the beach for surfing and fishing occasionally. And yes, those icon coilovers got cranked up 16 turns by the 4 wheel shop giving me about an 1.5 in of height in the front end. Thanks for the replies!
 

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jmdsurf45, the Nitto Ridge Grappler tires are a solid choice. They get good reviews for their road manners. Here is a link to them on our web site with additional information:

Nitto Ridge Grappler 35/11.50R-20 | Discount Tire Direct

You can also order them from one of our local stores in TX if you prefer. Please let us know if we can help.
 

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I think I'm going with 4 new ridge grapplers, 35 11.5 20. Im going with the slightly narrower tire for hopefully a better ride and better mpg since I'm mainly only driving highway theses days.
Tires should be fine, but you aren't going to improve your ride or MPG (wider is actually slightly better). You need different tires for that. Something with street tread would be best, maybe Dura Grapplers or Michelin LTX M/S.

BTW, if you can wait, Discount Tire Direct usually has a $100 off $450 sale in Oct, and many tires have rebates as well.
 
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