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Old 11-28-2012, 05:20 AM
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General Grabber AT2's-- who has 'em?

Almost ready to pull the trigger on a set of 305-70-16 General Grabber AT2's for the wife's Excursion... any body have them? How long have they lasted? Like them? Hate them?

Any input?
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:23 AM
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Bump... anybody?
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I just got them and i like them, only a lil over 1k on them tho...

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I posted this same question in the Excursion forum also, the one reply I got there so far said they didn't last long...

Wear/mileage input is what would intrest me the most, relivent in so far as it is to our trucks, and if the larger size (305's) have lasted longer than a skinnier stock 265 would... my hopes are that the wider tire will last longer than the same tire in the narrower width. And as heavy as our trucks are, I want the longest lasting tire we can get.
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Old 11-29-2012, 08:34 PM
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Had them on my 2000 f250 super-duty. And they were stock size.
27,000 kilometers. and they were super bald. And they performed okay when they were brand new, but sucked completely as they wore down.
I would not buy them again.
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Old 11-30-2012, 10:28 AM
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I've heard lots of people recomend BFG's, but the cost is high... I bit the bullet and put a set on my dually a few years ago, and (in the stock dually size 235's) they were worn out at 17K miles... maybe the wider ones on the Excursion would last longer, but hearing what I have, I'm leaning towards the extra cash for a mileage warrentee'd tire.
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:25 PM
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You might look at Cooper AT3's

I've got ATRs (the older version of AT3) and they're wearing pretty slow. And the AT3 (at least in 285 is an E range tire...whereas my ATRs are D range)
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Bought these for my dad to use on a Toyota Sequoia. 2 years later, about 40k miles, they still look good and function well. No clue how the extra weight will affect them though. Sequoia is about 5090 lbs.
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i prefer bfg's i have a set of 31's on my old dodge that are needing to be replace now, after 7 years and over 60,000 miles and they are amazing in snow and mud.
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I had BFGs (stock size ) on my old 6.0 4X4 and they were a great tire but did not last very long. I currently have the Falkin Wild Peak AT and absolutely love them. I plan on getting another set when they wear out. They are very reasonably priced too. Check them out!
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