Work doesn’t stop in the winter, so Nitto created a tire designed for four seasons of four-wheeling. The Exo Grappler® AWT is built to meet the all-weather demands of various off-road terrains. Whether your journey takes you to the frozen north, oil fields, or farmland, the Exo Grappler®AWT is built for 4-seasons of performance. Featuring a chip-resistant, all-weather compound drilled for winter studs and tough 3-ply sidewall construction, Exo Grappler® AWT provides armor for your truck against the elements. A special mix of natural rubber, high strength polymers, and wear resistant materials aids cut and chip resistance on unpaved gravel roads. The staggered shoulder blocks provide biting edges for off-road traction in loose dirt surfaces. The 3-ply sidewall with large sidewall lugs offer additional sidewall strength and puncture resistance. Rated with the 3-peak mountain snowflake for winter driving conditions, the Exo Grappler® AWT’s sipes and large lateral grooves provide biting edges as well as water and snow/slush evacuation. These tread features are combined with a new durable compound that allows for traction in freezing temperatures. For additional traction, option TSMI #15 studs can be added for increased winter traction. The computer analyzed tread block arrangement reduces tire noise normally heard at highway driving speeds. The gear shaped block edge reinforce the center tread blocks and provide a stable contact patch. They also help reduce stone retention and stone drilling. Spiral shaped stone ejectors serve to reduce stone retention, as well as stone drilling. Each Grappler has two sidewall designs so you can choose how your tires look. On the Exo Grappler® AWT one side has chisel-shaped sidewall lugs and the other has Y-shaped sidewall-lugs.
Please call us at 630-277-8239 for assistance with pricing, availability, and scheduling your vehicle for installation at our performance shop.
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