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Best Off-Road Tires of 2020

August 25, 2020

Today we will be going through the best off-road tires of 2020. These will get you to and from your day to day commute but more importantly, they will get you through the worst of off-roading terrain too. 

1. Nitto Ridge Grappler

Nitto Ridge Grappler

The Nitto Ridge Grappler is the first on or list. The Ridge Grappler is a high-quality tire. The tread compound is long-lasting and gives a nice quiet performance. It handles, brakes, and corners really well in wet conditions, and it gets great snow traction as well. This is considered a hybrid tire, meaning that it is suitable for on and off-road driving. It has a variable pitch design tread pattern. This tire has an E-load rating meaning that per tire you get about 3,200 pounds of load capacity. It has a T-speed rating, meaning that it is approved for speeds up to 118 mph. The Nitto Ridge Grappler starts at $904 a set and is available in a variety of sizes. Check them out on rigs in the gallery.

Nitto  Ridge Grappler Tire

 

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2. Kenda Klever R/T

Kenda Klever R/T Tire

Next up we have the Kenda Klever R/T. This tire has large tread voids and because of that, it will have a little more road noise. It will also have more off-roading capability because of hose large tread voids. The Klever R/T also has an E-load rating and it has an R-speed rating meaning that it is approved for speeds up to 106 mph. The Kenda Klever is also a hybrid tire. Pricing starts at $788 a set and it is available in a variety of sizes for many different rigs. Check them out on rigs in our gallery.

Kenda Klever R/T Tire

 

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3. Toyo Tires Open Country A/T 3  

Toyo Tires A/T 3

Toyo has been around a long time and has a great reputation for a reason. This tire has absolutely killer reviews and is widely loved by many. The Open Country A/T 3 has really large voids, siping for snow traction, and large shoulder lugs. It also has a T-speed index. This is considered an all-terrain tire but is designed like a hybrid tire. They start at $640 for a set and again are available in many different size options. Check them out on rigs in our gallery.

Toyo Tires Open Country A/T 3

 

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4. BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA KO2

BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA KO2 Tire

BFG is another huge name in tires. Like Toyo, BFG is well known for a reason, they make really high-quality tires. The All-Terrain TA KO2 again is also considered an all-terrain tire, but look like a hybrid. These again have large tread voids, grooves, and sipes in tread blocks. This is also an E-load rated tire and they come in as low as $732. Again, there is a multitude of sizes for whatever rig you drive. Check them out on rigs in our gallery.

BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA KO2 Tire

 

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5. Kanati Trail Hog

Kanati Trail Hog Tire

Finally, last but not least is the Kanati Trail Hog. The Trail Hog is also an all-terrain tire designed like a hybrid. It has massive tread voids between lugs. It has really large shoulder blocks. This one again is also an E-load rating that comes in many different sizes. The Trail Hog has a Q-speed index, meaning that it is approved for up to 99 mph. It starts at $820. As always just put the height and width of the tire you want as well as your wheel diameter into the prompts on the wheels and tire page under the section that says search tires. Once you do this you can also search by brand and it will pull up every tire that will fit your rig. Check them out on rigs in our gallery

Kanati Trail Hog Tire

 

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