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Nitto Trail Grappler M/T - 35X11.50R20

Trail Grappler M/T 35X11.50R20 Tire Specs

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35X11.50R20LT
124Q E BSW
34.76" 11.42" 8-10.5" 9" 21/32" E - 10 ply 3525 lbs 80 psi (Q) 99 mph 70.4 lbs Black 598 Show Specs
Nitto Trail Grappler M/T 35X11.50R20
Trail Grappler M/TOff Road/Mud Terrain
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The Nitto Trail Grappler combines Mud Grappler performance with Terra Grappler comfort. It is an all-terrain tire that provides excellent traction and handling in most year round driving conditions including some off-road environments. Trail Grappler tires offer predictable performance and a smooth quiet ride.

The 35X11.50R20 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T has a diameter of 34.76", a width of 11.42", mounts on a 20" rim and has 598 revolutions per mile. It weighs 70.4 lbs, has a max load of 3525 lbs, a maximum air pressure of 80 psi, a tread depth of 21/32" and should be used on a rim width of 8-10.5".



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Davidmartin's Review
Performance : 10/10
Appearance : 10/10
Noise : 5/10
Comfort : 10/10
Price : Great Deal
Recommend : Yes
Comments : I recently had these nittos installed they are a very good tire for my truck and at $1750.00 cost was purty good also...
KingfishH2's Review
Performance : 9/10
Appearance : 10/10
Noise : 9/10
Comfort : 9/10
Price : Great Deal
Recommend : Yes
Comments : Great looking tire and very quiet for a mud tire. Good traction across the board so far. No snow or ice yet but dry/wet/mud traction very good. H2s are heavy with a short wheel base and can be tough on tires, especially front tires. So far these tires are holding up very well. They have to be rotated every 3000 miles to keep wear even, but that is true for just about any tire on a heavy truck.