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Old 11-15-2012, 06:28 PM
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Hey all, did a search for nitto invo's, but really didn't see anything. Anyone have any experience?? I want to run the 315's on the back and 275's up front. I need some more grip. Currently burning down all four runcraps so I can pull the trigger. Any help is greatly appreciated!!


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We have a guy in our group that went from gy runflats to the invo set up you want and his 60' didnt get any better. The wear rating is 260 on both tires. The gy runflats are way to costly but they do hook for me at the track and hope they will last until i get sell the jeep in 2014.
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Ive got them on my Jeep and I love them, great tire IMO, much better than the goodyears. They are 275/40/20 and 315/35/20. Run great, and they wear awesome. Ive had them on for almost 15,000 miles now and they dont look like they have worn at all.

I would say get em.
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Ive got them on my Jeep and I love them, great tire IMO, much better than the goodyears. They are 275/40/20 and 315/35/20. Run great, and they wear awesome. Ive had them on for almost 15,000 miles now and they dont look like they have worn at all.

I would say get em.
Nice!! Thanks for the info. Do you happen to have any pics you could share?


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I do like them better than the nittos 420
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Hey all, did a search for nitto invo's, but really didn't see anything. Anyone have any experience?? I want to run the 315's on the back and 275's up front. I need some more grip. Currently burning down all four runcraps so I can pull the trigger. Any help is greatly appreciated!!


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Hey Bro, I think Tamara srt8girl12 has a very nice used set coming up for sale. The exact size you are looking for too....
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I do have a set coming up for sale. They are the 420s but in stock sizes. They are practically brand new as they were just put on my Jeep when I bought it two months ago. $400 + Shipping. Let me know.
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I do have a set coming up for sale. They are the 420s but in stock sizes. They are practically brand new as they were just put on my Jeep when I bought it two months ago. $400 + Shipping. Let me know.
Thanks! I had a set of those on my 06, and they were good tires, but kinda loud too.


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