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Recently purchased a 2019 Titan XD Pro 4X. Absolutely love this truck and new to the world of diesel trucks (not new to Nissan, had a 2015 Frontier Pro 4X). 1300 miles, already installed the Rough Country 2/1 leveling kit. Still undecided on tires. I’ve scoured the forum and not sure what size to get. I’m fine with minor plastic trimming ( any recommendations)?
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^^^ this

Nitto Ridge Grapplers it is.

Congrats and Welcome aboard!
 

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Me too...

Although I currently have BFG K02's in 305/65-18 with about 42k on them. They fit those wheels with no rub. Only have to remove the front mud "flaps".
 

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Hello and welcome from a fellow Alaskan!! The stock Generals are terrible on our icy roads. I've dealt with it for 3 winters and I'm not going through another winter with them. So this summer I'm switching my tires to Michelin Defendher LTX. I used them on my '06 Titan and never looked back. I found they were fantastic on our icy roads and were a perfect match for carrying my loads/towing my camper. They were also quiet as any tire I've ever tried.
 

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Hello and welcome from a fellow Alaskan!! The stock Generals are terrible on our icy roads. I've dealt with it for 3 winters and I'm not going through another winter with them. So this summer I'm switching my tires to Michelin Defendher LTX. I used them on my '06 Titan and never looked back. I found they were fantastic on our icy roads and were a perfect match for carrying my loads/towing my camper. They were also quiet as any tire I've ever tried.
Yes the "grabbers" suck in the ice and snow. I will never run them in the winter again.
They are crappy car tires at best.
 

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Thanks for all the suggestions. I went with the Nitto Ridge Grapplers and very pleased with them.
 
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