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Nitto Terra Grappler or Hankook rf10

I have a 2005 WK 5.7 with a recent 2 inch lift. I need new tires and obviously wanting to go bigger to fill the fenders up since the small lift. I am thinking a 265/65/17 but I am stuck between the Nittos and the Hankooks. Any and all input would be appreciated. Thanks
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Re: Nitto Terra Grappler or Hankook rf10

Just an FYI... you're in the 2011-2014 forum but I'll pipe in. I run the Hankooks and like them a lot. I only use them in the summer as I run Hankook iPikes in the winter. The rf10's have never let me down but my offroading consisted of the occasional muddy back road and steep/ slippery boat landing. ( mind you pulling a 6600lb boat/trailer out of the water). Road noise is very minimal if almost non-existent. I say go for it!
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Re: Nitto Terra Grappler or Hankook rf10

I apologize for being in the 2011-2014 forum. I am new to the site and am trying to figure everything out along with getting some info, thank you for letting me know and thank you for the advice! I wont be doing much off roading either either in a field hunting or on a boat ramp with a bass boat nothing major I just lifted in to get the level look. Thanks again and I apologize.
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