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Old 01-05-2009, 08:27 PM   #1
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General Grabber AT2

Hey there. First off Im new to the Forum so try and not give me too much hell!! I have an 05' Access Cab 4x4 TRD with the stock BFG Ruggedtrails which are POS. I am looking to go with a 3in Rough Country Lift and put on 265/75-16 General Grabber AT2's. Anybody have anything to say about this "possible" combo. Personal experience is always a bonus. Thanks alot!!
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The tires will fit just fine without any trimming. They're a good choice for a tire.
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The tires will fit just fine without any trimming. They're a good choice for a tire.
+1,I'm enjoying mine.
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Welcome to TW, yeah those are a good tire choice.
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That's the tire I'm considering upgrading to on black Konig Countersteer wheels. My research shows that they are a better priced replacement for the RuggedTrail T/A with even better performance and a treadlife warranty. My dad really likes the Goodyear silent armors on his f-150 but they are a bit much
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Me 4

Thats the exact problem I'm having this week! lol

Love the BFG All Terrains on my chevy truck, but if the General Grabber AT2s look just as good for $80 less a tire, I'm goin with them!

Surely somebody has some good pic of 'em on here...

Love the site guys, glad to be here!
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WoW! Thanx RidingonTRD!!!

So many tire choices...i'm gonna blow a gasket, but we live for these choices don't we?
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Allright...lol @ Delmarva....

Ordered the General Grabber AT2s today! 265/70/R16 $586.00 with shipping,
and equalled $146.50 per tire, no tax, shipped from TireRack.com

Will post pics when there mounted and runnin'.

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Hahaha!! I started this thread a while ago! I went with the General Grabbers and I love them. The only downside is that there is a little bit of road noise compared to the crappy Rugged Fails. Overall, Im very happy with my choice and would recommend them to anybody looking for a great tire at a great price. You will be happy!
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