Nitto Trail Grappler Mileage Life
If you’re hunting for serious off-road tires the deciding factor might not be tire life. Then again, there’s nothing worse than incredibly grippy tires that you have to replace all the time.
The Trail Grappler is one of Nitto’s mud-terrain tires. And like pretty much all mud-terrain tires, it does not come with a milage guarantee.
Nitto is an interesting brand in that they offer not one, but two mud-terrain tires. There’s Trail Grappler MT as well as the even more extreme Mud Grappler. The latter is technically road legal, but it’s almost a dedicate off-road tire. As for the Trail Grappler MT, while you wouldn’t expect long life out of it… you do expect a lot more than 10,000 miles.
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Surveying the vast quantity of data from reviews online, one can reasonably expect between 30,000 and 50,000 miles on a set. That’s a big gap. No doubt.
It’s also pretty fair.
Those who really do some serious off-roading will see on the lower end of the scale, while less-frequent off-roaders will stretch toward the top end – or even over. It is not surprising to find owners with more than 50,000 miles on a set.
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Rated by Nitto’s own customers, almost everyone gives it 4 or 5 stars out of 5 with an overall 4.2 out of 5 rating. Those are some happy customers.
Nitto Trail Grappler Warranty
While the Trail Grappler MT is’t backed by a milage guarantee, it is covered by Nitto’s standard limited warranty. This warranty applies in three stages. For any tire that is worn less an 1/32 of an inch, and found to have a defect in materials or workmanship, Nitto will replace it free of charge. For any tire that is worn less than 25% (and is 60 months old or newer) and is found to have a defect in materials or workmanship, Nitto will replace it free of charge. For any tire that is worn more than 25% (and is within 60 months of the original purchase date), Nitto will replace it on a pro-rated basis. Nitto will cover mounting and balancing under the first two cases, but the owner is responsible for on warranty-claim tires with over 25% wear.