Rock slingers

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I’ve owned 35” Toyo All Country, 35” Mickey Thompson Baja MT, and now 35” Nitto Grapplers. These tires are rated for longevity, loudness, traction, etc. However, slinging rocks is skipped in the standard ratings. While I like the looks of these tires in reverse order, they also sling rocks the most in reverse order. I live on a gravel drive and am considering a walk-around each time I leave to save my Jeep and others. These Nittos are no joke. They could skip a stone 20 times upstream across a flowing river.
 

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I’ve owned 35” Toyo All Country, 35” Mickey Thompson Baja MT, and now 35” Nitto Grapplers. These tires are rated for longevity, loudness, traction, etc. However, slinging rocks is skipped in the standard ratings. While I like the looks of these tires in reverse order, they also sling rocks the most in reverse order. I live on a gravel drive and am considering a walk-around each time I leave to save my Jeep and others. These Nittos are no joke. They could skip a stone 20 times upstream across a flowing river.

Have you considered the Nitto Ridge Grapplers instead of the Trail Grapplers? May solve the issue.
 
I’ve owned 35” Toyo All Country, 35” Mickey Thompson Baja MT, and now 35” Nitto Grapplers. These tires are rated for longevity, loudness, traction, etc. However, slinging rocks is skipped in the standard ratings. While I like the looks of these tires in reverse order, they also sling rocks the most in reverse order. I live on a gravel drive and am considering a walk-around each time I leave to save my Jeep and others. These Nittos are no joke. They could skip a stone 20 times upstream across a flowing river.
What size tires and wheels did you end up going with FallCity? From that angle, they look great!
 
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