Nitto is a division of Toyo tires. Their Terra Grappler has the same construction as the Toyo Open Country A/T but the tread is different; both are good tires. The Dura Grappler, however, is not an off-road tire. It comes as either a passenger tire or a light truck rated tire. I had the passenger tire on my R51 and while it was a good tire, it was a harsh riding tire compared to the Michelin LTX M/S2 they replaced. The LT tire is a good commercial vehicle highway tire. Great tire if you have a van or truck that carries heavy equipment a lot, like a construction worker or plumber. If you're going light to medium off-road, the Terra Grappler is a good choice. If you're going to be driving through sloppy, off-road conditions, such as muddy terrain or low level swamp terrain, the Mud Grappler would be a better choice.rathian92 wrote:I'm currently looking for tires as well. I've found good tires to consider such as BFGoodrich and Toyo tires. Nitto tires are also nice tires to consider as well. I'm checking reviews about their dura, mud, and terra grappler. They all have a good selection of off-road tires, especially for mud tires. I haven't made any final decisions yet but I want to get one as part of my upgrade. I'm done installing an aftermarket bumper so I have plenty of time to work on other improvements for my rig. Anyway, have you already decided which tires to get? It should be easier to look for choices online if ever you can't go out due to the current situation. Stay safe though.