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Bfg VS Grabber at2

Is anyone running the grabber at2? How do they wear? Ride? I really like the bfg t/a but the grabber is almost identical and cheaper just wondering how they compare.
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I have a set of the at2 at the shop waiting to get put on, but i have decided to go with bfg mt km2.

I am only doing this because of a hook up being given to me. otherwise I would be running the grabber at2 after lots of research.

sorry i cant give you actual experience review.
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I've got the grabber at2's, they are a great tire, in the snow they are great. low road noise and pretty aggressive tread pattern. i would definatly buy them again

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I have the Grabber AT2 also. Low noise from them and they perform well. I only have about 8000 miles on them so not sure about wear yet.

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Since it appears there are very few load range E AT2's, does anyone tow with them? Any feedback in regards to ride and handling?
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I tow with them. May have a little more bounce from the tounge weight but nothing major.

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MBRP 4" turbo back,
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no more bounce than what i experienced with my cooper st's. maybe you need a different type of hitch. i notice a huge difference in the way my trailer acts without my swayaway bars not hooked up. if your towing with a ball. for a fifth wheel, i can't help ya there.

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I have a weight didtribution hitch but do not have a sway bar on it. It is a 28' trailer so I was told I was pushing it with that long a trailer on a hitch. The trailer is set up pretty well with the hitch. would the sway bar help the bounce?

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i would think it would help, since the bars would be trying to flex up and down. i tow a 30' enclosed hallmark race trailer that either has two vw drag bugs in it, or two sandrails if we are going to the dunes and i haven't had any real bad bouncing with the bars hooked up.

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I will pick one up and try it in the spring. Thanks

Sold the 6.0 for a 2015 6.7

MBRP 4" turbo back,
Accufab intake elbow,
SCT w/DP Tuner tunes,
RCD EGR delete,
EGT, boost, trans temp, fuel pressure gauges and scan gauge II
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