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I am running stock size Nitto Nomad Grappler ATs and so far I like them. Ran Nittos on my lifted 14' Silverado and got great wear (55k miles on 35") so figured I'd try them out again. Put them on my Cross at 1k miles and I have done some driving this year and currently have 17k miles on them. No regrets yet but they have only seen rain and mud but we are coming up on our bipolar winter here in Tennessee and I have a feeling this year will put them to the test.
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Appreciate that! I was considering nitto grappler and wildpeak; hopefully someone shares their snow experience. I’ve seen youtube test but no info on tires they used for snow. How’s your mpg?
 

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Appreciate that! I was considering nitto grappler and wildpeak; hopefully someone shares their snow experience. I’ve seen youtube test but no info on tires they used for snow. How’s your mpg?
Well....I do drive fast and in the mountains here in TN so that I'm sure affects it as well as I got a 1.5" lift on it right now. but I average 28-33mpg. Going mostly 70-75mph Im on the low end but like I said with mountains. Highest I have seen on flat land, driving from TN to TX was 36mpg
 

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I am running stock size Nitto Nomad Grappler ATs and so far I like them. Ran Nittos on my lifted 14' Silverado and got great wear (55k miles on 35") so figured I'd try them out again. Put them on my Cross at 1k miles and I have done some driving this year and currently have 17k miles on them. No regrets yet but they have only seen rain and mud but we are coming up on our bipolar winter here in Tennessee and I have a feeling this year will put them to the test.
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Awesome!! Those look SO good on the 18's, mines just an LE AWD Prem with the 17's so not sure if performance will vary alot
I live in northern Ontario Canada so I will definitely be giving an update once snow starts pounding us

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I am running stock size Nitto Nomad Grappler ATs and so far I like them. Ran Nittos on my lifted 14' Silverado and got great wear (55k miles on 35") so figured I'd try them out again. Put them on my Cross at 1k miles and I have done some driving this year and currently have 17k miles on them. No regrets yet but they have only seen rain and mud but we are coming up on our bipolar winter here in Tennessee and I have a feeling this year will put them to the test.
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Looking good! Can I ask what tire size you are running on?
 

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I strongly recommend Michelin Cross-Climate 2's. They're triple-peak rated in snow, and have traction in wet and summer that I've found to be second to none. They're pretty much the only tires I go to, any longer.

They're more expensive, yes.. but as I like to tell folks: The tires are the ONLY four parts of the car that are supposed to touch the ground. Respect them accordingly. :)

 

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I strongly recommend Michelin Cross-Climate 2's. They're triple-peak rated in snow, and have traction in wet and summer that I've found to be second to none. They're pretty much the only tires I go to, any longer.

They're more expensive, yes.. but as I like to tell folks: The tires are the ONLY four parts of the car that are supposed to touch the ground. Respect them accordingly. :)

Says they are discontinued. IDK if that's the case or if Discount Tire just doesn't carry them anymore.

You made a good point about 3 peak rated snow rated, because I believe you need that for Canada?
These do have that and the Mud+Snow rating as well
 

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Says they are discontinued. IDK if that's the case or if Discount Tire just doesn't carry them anymore.

You made a good point about 3 peak rated snow rated, because I believe you need that for Canada?
These do have that and the Mud+Snow rating as well

They carry them.. My roomate just bought a set for his Camry.

Try searching.. it could be a dead link I sent, though I tried it again and it worked for me..

I know the Cross-Climate + was discontinued.. but the Cross-Climate 2 was still going..
 
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