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    Default Bridgestone Dueler vs. Nitto Dura Grappler

    Looking to put some new tires Bridgestone Dueler or Nitto Dura Grappler (265/70/17) on my stock Chevy 1500 4x2. I wanted to know if anyone can give their personal opinion about these tires to help me decide on which brand to go with.

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    Depends on the Dueler you are talking about. They make 4-5 different Duelers. The Nitto you are talking about is a good tire. I have seen them go 50-60k I have seen the top of the line Dueler go 80k. You must take care of them to get that. Considering the cost the Nitto is a better bargain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    Depends on the Dueler you are talking about. They make 4-5 different Duelers. The Nitto you are talking about is a good tire. I have seen them go 50-60k I have seen the top of the line Dueler go 80k. You must take care of them to get that. Considering the cost the Nitto is a better bargain.
    The Dueler A/T RH-S and the Dura Grappler LT
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    Quote Originally Posted by marley View Post
    The Dueler A/T RH-S and the Dura Grappler LT
    The Nitto will get you a bit more traction. The ride will be better but if noise sensitive the Bridgestone is a bit quieter. The Nitto will also last longer in my experience. If you give me the size I can quote you what a good deal would be. DAAAA. I see it. Will be tomorrow. Do not remember passwords to site.
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