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35/14.50 mud grappler

Hey guys I was thinking about gettin these tires next wondering wat size lift I would need to run I already have the x spring plow package up front and 2 inch add a leaf in the rear the wheels are 16/10 with -24 mm offset I'm running 315/75/16 now jw wat you guys think

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

Why do you wanna go with mudgrapplers?

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

Just wanting a bigger more aggressive tire my friend hallas had them on one of his trucks and they were Pretty nice

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

Is your a truck a daily driver? If so go with a different tire like a toyo m/t






Where in michigan are you?

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

So ya know this is what a set of 33" mud grapplers sounds like.


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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

Ya I drive it daily I'm liking the 14.50 width on the mud grappler I think they will look good. But I live in st.Claire shores

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

See I think that sounds awsome lol plus I'm putting an 8 inch custom stack on my truck as we speak lol so that's gona give me a lot of noise

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

Sounds awesome for the first 100 miles. That 8" stack will too.


Do you have a rear sliding window? If so you can forget about using it with an 8" stack. Smoke will fill the bed and then fill the cab.

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

Haha ya I know I don't use the sliding window ever but my buddy has a duramax with stakes and its not that bad but. I still wana run them mud grapplers I just don't know if I need to lift it to run them cause of how wide they are

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Re: 35/14.50 mud grappler

your old tires are a 34.6" tire.

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