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  • Nitto Terra Grappler 265/75 R16

    Votes: 14 53.8%
  • Bridgestone REVO II 265/75 R16

    Votes: 12 46.2%

Nitto Terra Grapplers or Bridgestone Revos?

6445 Views 12 Replies 11 Participants Last post by  TREKIN' FRONTIER
I'm trying to decide between these two tires, I'm leaning towards the Nittos because of all the good reviews I've been reading. I'm sticking to 265/75 r16. I have Revos that have been shred by my bad hub. I liked them, the Nittos are a little cheaper right now and that makes a difference and I found a shop with a really good deal with install.
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I've been rolling on the Nittos for a while now and they have held up real well. I like the look, feel, and the value.
Well I have had both. I am currently sitting on Nittos, but the REVOs were my previous tires. The only reason I got the Nittos was PRICE. I had been recently laid off and money was a factor. I got a brand new set of Nittos for 585 OTD. The Revos were about 800. Had it not been about the $ I would have bought the REVOs again for the 3rd time in a row (had them on a previous vehicle) I have also had BFG ATs and would say the REVOS are the best. Better in the snow, mud and sand. 50K+ mile tires! Hope it helps, Good Luck.
The Revo is a better quality tire and should last longer than the Nitto. I recently put tires on my truck and looked at every brand I could think. I really liked the looks of the grappler but you will have to rotate frequently and not miss a rotation according to the shop I talked to. Also, they thought the Nittos MIGHT be good for 40,000 miles. I really wanted the Revos but no one local had them. I say Revo if it matches what you want to with your truck.
From what i heard the Nittos don't last very long at all, but the revos do
nittos dont do well if you alignment is off and your revos have done very well wheeling i'd stay with those. though i did get put nittos on my truck
I love my nittos and have them in that exact same size. havent had them long enough though to see any wear at all. Only a few 1,000 miles.
The last time I bought less expensive tires to save money, they looked like crap 18 months later and needed new tires again. Had I spent the little more up front, I would have saved money in the end. What I saved cost me more.

I looked at everything Nitto, Yokohama, Falken, Goodyear, Douglas, Toyo, Firestone, Bridgestone, BF Goodrich and Michelin. I personally believe you are better off going with one of the major tire manufacturers. I almost put on a set of Toyos but I am glad I didn't. I love the Michelins.
Both are excellent tires and IMO, you can't go wrong either way. I run the Terra Grappler on my 07 and have been very pleased. Here's a quick write-up I did.
ive got he tera grapplers hav a bout 26000 on them and they still look good.i do rotate a lot since my camber is off a little(tc uca and radflo shocks)

So I decided to stick with the REVO's, got them mounted yesterday after having waited 3 weeks for the hub/bearing assembly to be delivered to the Nissan dealership. So far I like them they seem quieter on the highway than I remember.
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