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I just bought some Nitto's, Terra Grappler for my old '99 Ram. Does anyone have thoughts about these tires for sand? I read good reviews and have spoken to a few people before I bought them. They told me, these were some of the best all around tires. Any additional thoughts would be useful. They are 285/75/16 A/T.
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I'll double check but I think my brother had issues with the belts in the tires premature breaking making big softballs and bald spots in the treads and Nitto stop offering a warranty On those or shops wouldn't warranty them but Would warranty the Nitto 2 terras... I'm almost sure it was those ...otherwise hee had no complants. Dodge ram Cummins 4x4 newer body style.
 

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Any tire will work on the sand if aired properly.I prefer a smooth and quiet ride to the beach,air down and enjoy.You will be fine with yours as long as there are no problems with the tire itself as IPNURWATER stated.
 

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I ran the terra grappler in a 325-65R18 size on my last Tahoe. They were flat out awesome and i got well over 60k on them before they wore out. Im pretty anal about rotating my tires.
 

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I ran the terra grappler in a 325-65R18 size on my last Tahoe. They were flat out awesome and i got well over 60k on them before they wore out. Im pretty anal about rotating my tires.
I rotate my tires religiously also.
"buster"- I always air down on beach sand, idiots are the 1's that don't and get stuck.
As regards to IPNURWATER, I bought them at a national retailer with a warranty. So hopefully I'll get my $ worth.
 
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