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    Quote Originally Posted by barberryanlee View Post
    Yes I replaced mine after 20k. Got nitto terra grapplers from discount tire. They've been great and I like the more rugged look compared to a radial. No difference in mpg, but there is little more road noise. Not had at all though. I love them, and have put 20k on the with little wear showing. 65k mile warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barberryanlee View Post
    Good look.

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    How do the Nitto's handle compared to the Hankooks? I like the tread, they look like they'll better winter tires in the snow than Hankooks. Just wondering if there's a sacrifice for handling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mangel9000 View Post
    How do the Nitto's handle compared to the Hankooks? I like the tread, they look like they'll better winter tires in the snow than Hankooks. Just wondering if there's a sacrifice for handling.
    Nothing different that I've noticed in 20,000 miles of normal driving, and the occasional red light race with some modded wanna be car. There will have to be done loss compared to the Hankook, but I don't know how much cross directional G forces you're trying to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mangel9000 View Post
    How do the Nitto's handle compared to the Hankooks? I like the tread, they look like they'll better winter tires in the snow than Hankooks. Just wondering if there's a sacrifice for handling.
    http://m.nittotire.com/light-truck-t...BoCuFEQAvD_BwE

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    I finally just added some mods to my 2016 Explorer Sport (all black). Love this SUV and I'm ready to take it for a run tomorrow.

    Recently installed:
    1) Airaid 400-260 CAI
    2) 3Bar MAP Sensor (really simple to do)
    3) Custom tune from unleashedtuning for the mods + 93 Octane

    I was nervous as well tuning the Explore. With my luck....the car would stop working.


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