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I am looking at somethong like a KMC rockstar or similar in 20" on a leveled 09titan-CC. I want reasonqbly agressibe looking tires for the looks, but I drive 99% on the freeway so I am concerned about noise and ride. I have heard decent things about Nitto Terra Grappler but also that in hums a bit. How about the dunne grappler? Looking for any suggestions.
 

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I'd take terra over the dune grappler if i were you. Otherwise there is the discoverer tire, deep tread, rides nice, and quiet. also cooper zeon tire, its like the nitto, but i think its tread is deeper and stiffer.
 

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I have 20's with the Nitto Terra Grapplers and I can't hear any hum. I hear my big tow mirrors more than anything..lol
 

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BFG All terrain TA/KOs are great tires on the road, and are really good offroad everywhere except in deep mud.
 

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if you are looking for a at tire that is well mannered on the roads look at the dura grappler by nitto, alot of diesel guys are running it and they love it. its more of a stock replacement at type tire but the diesel guys are digging it so check out some reviews.
 

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Bridgestone Dueler AT REVO or REVO2. They are a quiet all terrain tire, and they have amazing wet traction and snow traction if you end up needing it. I have had 3 sets over the years of the REVOs and they are great.
 

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I'd take terra over the dune grappler if i were you. Otherwise there is the discoverer tire, deep tread, rides nice, and quiet. also cooper zeon tire, its like the nitto, but i think its tread is deeper and stiffer.
^^^ x2 ^^^ ... Terra Grapplers in the Titan's OEM Size are actually very quiet IMHO. :dunno:
 

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The Cooper Zeons are NOT quiet. The ride very smooth and are great in the rain but they do hum load. They also do not do very well in snow. I actually just got rid of them and went with BFG's. Believe it or not, the BFG's in a load range E are more quiet and ride just as nice. Plus the traction is MUCH better.
 
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