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GENERAL GRABBER AT2 VS BFGOODRICH ALL-TERRAIN T/A KO

What are everyone's views on the General Grabber AT2s and the BFG All Terrains, what should I get anybody know the pros and cons of each, etc.
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I've never personally owned the BFGs so I can't speak about those. However I have owned the General AT2s and I can say that they are a great tire. I had a set of them on my last truck. I put probably 30K + miles on them before selling the truck with them and they still looked to have like-new tread. I never once got stuck with them, and they were quiet on the road. I know this might not help but I have read almost the same sort of review about the BFGs! I don't think you could go wrong with either tire. At the time I bought mine, Tirerack had the best deal. Hope this helps.
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I am a huge fan of the BFG AT's. But hard to argue with the price................
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i have the grabber's and they work great in the snow and on ice. the only time i even slid or spun a tire was when i made it happen. good road manors to. they have a very quiet ride and they self clean. no arguments here. as far as offroad performance i couldnt tell you i got deployed before i had a chance to try them out. hopefully i can let you know about that in about a month or so. goin home.
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I've had BFG AT's... loved them and will get them again

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I just put the new Grabber (not the AT2) on our FJC, must say they seems pretty rad so far. Can't say much on the AT2, they looked good on the exhibit hall floor at the last show I was at.

Now the BFG AT...tried and true a great tire. They've been running that design since the days of horse drawn wagons for a reason! (This may be a slight exaggeration)

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I just put the new Grabber (not the AT2) on our FJC, must say they seems pretty rad so far. Can't say much on the AT2, they looked good on the exhibit hall floor at the last show I was at.

Now the BFG AT...tried and true a great tire. They've been running that design since the days of horse drawn wagons for a reason! (This may be a slight exaggeration)
Sorry but I wasn't looking at the tires in their booth at the show...to destracted by long legs, nice boobs, and blonde hair.


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Had BFG A/T KOs on my TJ, a great all-around tire, especially if you live in an area that gets snow/ice in the winter.

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i have the grabber's and they work great in the snow and on ice. the only time i even slid or spun a tire was when i made it happen. good road manors to. they have a very quiet ride and they self clean. no arguments here. as far as offroad performance i couldnt tell you i got deployed before i had a chance to try them out. hopefully i can let you know about that in about a month or so. goin home.
Thanks man, and thanks for all you do.
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