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Used, I'm guessing about 75% tread left on 4 and 90% on the sprare. A few nicks and scrapes but overall they are in very good condition and good enought that I don't even need to balance them to run 85 mph +. New they are about $340 ea.

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Nah, just the tires. Got the same thing comming in the 40" flavor :)
 

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For those looking for pics of the tires check out my trip report titled Out West Trip 2010. There are some fairly high quality shots of the tires the last time it was used.
 

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I guess it is a lucky thing these haven't sold yet as it doesn't appear that anyone has the 40" flavor in stock. Nitto says maybe a month or two till the next run. So now I am ordering up a rubi crawler box from [email protected] Northridge to keep me busy till the tires are produced :)
 

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Hi Melmo how do you think these tires compare to the Pitbull Rockers? I'm thinking about switching away from the bias ply. I'm local too (Gurnee, IL). Would you be interested in the pitbulls by any chance or know someone who might be?
 

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I can tell you the Nitto Mud Grappler is the first tire that I have ever owned that I am going to buy a second time around, if that means anything. I really like them, on road and off. It is amazing to me that I can and do run a 37" tire with no need for balance weights, on bead locks yet... They are loud for sure, but not much worse than my 35" MTRs after they had a few miles on them. As far as I am concerned, they are the best quality tire out there right now.
 
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