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Anybody rolling on Grabber AT2's???? If so, how are you liking them? Thanks everyone!
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Old 03-02-2012, 11:15 AM
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Re: Grabber AT2

I've had mine on for about 6months now and i love them. They have a great tread pattern (very aggressive looking) and pretty damn good tread wear rating. Just make sure you rotate them every 5-10k like anything else. I noticed much better handling with these tires too, which is great cause i tend to have a bit of a led foot and take turns a little quicker than i should in a lifted truck, haha.

As far as noise is concerned, they are a bit louder than the stock GY Fortera's.. Even my girlfriend said to me that she didn't notice a difference in sound and shes in my Jeep almost everyday.

I paid $700 mounted/balanced for mine. Goodluck!!
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Thanks that is very helpfull, I just lifted mine do you think I will need spacers??
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Re: Grabber AT2

that seems to be the hot topic lately... it really depends on alot of factors. The lift kit installed, tire size, offset of wheels (if not stock), etc...

I had spacers on my Jeep when it was stock. My intention for the spacers was to get a wider looking stance and improve handling of my Jeep. I def was able to achieve both of my goals once i installed them. I got mine off ebay from CJBargins... 1.25" billet spacers. And to be honest if i didnt have spacers installed i really think id be rubbing on alot more than just the pinch weld. But that's just my opinion.

I would say go for it, but i'm sure other guys here will chime in fairly quickly to debate my view about running wheel spacers.

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Re: Grabber AT2

Might want to read this thread in the same section. http://jeepgarage.org/showthread.php?t=34458
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look into the bfg rugged terrains i have um and i am in love with them
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