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I've just started researching new tires for my Titan. At this point I'm interested in Bridgestone Dueler Revo2 A/T. I've owned them before and they were an OK tire. I'd like to go taller then the stock 265/70R18s but there is no slightly larger Revo.

I also like the Nitto Terra Grappler, which does come in more size varieties but no major gain. I'm still trying to get a handle on how good they are and how long they will last.

Are there any other options?

Cant upgrade the wheels at this time so I have to stick with the stock SE wheels.
 

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I just got some Terra Grapplers in 305/60R18...about the same height as stock, but much wider....looks WAY better to me.




a 275/70R18 would be about 3/4" taller than stock, so that might be what you're looking for
 

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I was doing the same research a few months ago. Ended up going with bf goodrich all terrains recently. I wanted 275/70/18's - 1 size up from stock SE tires & the same as what comes on the pro4x.

I ruled out the bridgestone revo's because they dont come in a 275/70/18.

I ruled out the nitto terra grapplers because it seems those who live in colder climates get decent mileage out of them (50 to 60k miles seems common), but those who live in warmer climates are barely getting 35-40k miles out of them. Also, on diesel truck forums, guys are saying they wear out fast because of the weight & power output.

I was on the fence about the michelin ltx at/2. They commonly last 60k miles minimum, but I decided they didnt look aggressive enough.

My dad has put 60k miles on his last 2 sets of bf goodrich all terrains on his f250 4wd diesel, so that is what I went with.
 

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Your truck looks great Roll-Tide. Not sure I want wider though. How much wider are those, about an inch or 1/2 inch on each side of the rim?
Bullwinkle I was not a fan of the BFGs after owning them on my Pathfinder. I found they performed poorly in highway rain driving. Any issues with that for you?
 

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Your truck looks great Roll-Tide. Not sure I want wider though. How much wider are those, about an inch or 1/2 inch on each side of the rim?
Bullwinkle I was not a fan of the BFGs after owning them on my Pathfinder. I found they performed poorly in highway rain driving. Any issues with that for you?
thanks, and the best i remember they're about 1.5" wider than stock...gives it a nice stance and feels more solid especially when going around curves.
 

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Hello. Im am fairly new to this. just wanted to know where (Roll-Tide) bought those tires from? thank you and truck looks good
thanks, i got em from my local tire guy here in town....discounttiredirect.com has them too, but I can't remember how much they were there. I paid $905 tax and all with the road hazzard crap too.
 

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I recently got some Michelin ltx at2's in 285/65/18's . I came from the same size Nitto terra graps. The michelins ride smoother than the nittos. But while I was at the shop I saw some Nitto Crosstecs which look pretty nice. I'm not sure if they are AT's or not but they look nice. www.nittocrosstec.com.. The Nittos had a lot morte flare and lloked more rugged than the Michelins but I got a great deal on the Michelins. Only thing I miss about the Nittos is the more rugged look.
 

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Looks like those Crosstecs are for Crossovers and small SUVs. Tread looks like a highway tread to me. They do look nice though, I'll have to keep those in mind for my wife's next set of tires (2WD Pathfinder).
 

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I went with the BF Goodrich Ruggedtrail 275-70-18 for a great price from Discount tire
 

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Looks like those Crosstecs are for Crossovers and small SUVs. Tread looks like a highway tread to me. They do look nice though, I'll have to keep those in mind for my wife's next set of tires (2WD Pathfinder).
I thought so to but I also some some that were for HD with E rating.
 

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I'm surprised that the stock Good-fer-a-years are only rated for 2600 pounds. I'd would think something with more load capacity would be needed on this truck.
As I look at new tires I'm drawn to the higher rated tires but I have the feeling that they will ride a lot rougher.
 
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