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That L405 looks the part! Better yet, it's even more capable than it already was/is when stock. Thanks for the pic! If I can find them in 31x12.50x22's... I'll probably outfit my 14.5 L494 with a set of 5 (I keep a matching rim and full sized tire cinched down in the cargo hold, always!"

Nitto Mud Graplers are one hell of a good on-road and off-road tire! I've had them for several years on our 15' Jeep Rubicon in the 35x12.50x17 flavor... I've went thru more mud, rocks, steep power-line trails in just 2 wheel drive than I can remember without ever having to switch the rear differential "Air-Locker" or pull the 4-Lo/Hi lever on... They are that good when aired down to 17PSI. I have an on-board air compressor that is driven by the motor's accessory belt so it's real easy to air back up to 28PSI when back on the street. Best yet, they work like spikes do on 2"+ of ice in 4-Hi... They probably will be the only Mud Terrain I'll ever buy! You chose well my friend!
 

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Yes, I agree Nitto does make a great mud terrain tire and the Ridge Grapplers that are right in between the MT and AT are fantastic. The L494 does great lifted as well.
They do make a 285-45-22 Ridge Grappler that is 32 inches.
 

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For the specific wheel tire combo in this picture, do you need to trim anything or use spacers?
 
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