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Unread 04-06-2013, 10:23 PM   #1
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Picture attached of General Grabber AT2's on a ZJ

Hey all...I know a lot of people are looking for pictures of what a ZJ would look like with a certain tire and size. I just put General Grabber AT2's on my Niner today, and thought I would share with you what they look like. They are 245/70/16...and I have absolutely no rubbing issues at any time during normal driving conditions!
Anyway...here is the picture. If you would like more...just let me know!
BTW...absolutely LOVE these tires already!
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Looks sweet man. Envious of that spotless niner!
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Nice look with the tires. You're missing a lug nut though...
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Nice look with the tires. You're missing a lug nut though...
looks like just a cap.
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Nice look with the tires. You're missing a lug nut though...
Thanks...I did notice that.
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I was gonna get some generals but opted for km2's. From what I heard those Generals are solid, and overall kick *** but, they are a soft tire and tend to wear pretty quick.
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Looks sweet man. Envious of that spotless niner!
Thanks a lot! She still needs work...but I'm getting there! Tires were a necessity...front ones were different type then the rears...hate to think how long it was run that way, and what my transfer case is going to tell me soon.
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I was gonna get some generals but opted for km2's. From what I heard those Generals are solid, and overall kick *** but, they are a soft tire and tend to wear pretty quick.
I read the same things...hopefully they will last me awhile with regular rotation. Those KM2's are a bad a** tire!
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I read the same things...hopefully they will last me awhile with regular rotation. Those KM2's are a bad a** tire!
Im not happy with them in snow/ice. But they are wearing evenly and do well in the summer here in CO
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Thanks a lot! She still needs work...but I'm getting there! Tires were a necessity...front ones were different type then the rears...hate to think how long it was run that way, and what my transfer case is going to tell me soon.
all the more reason to swap out that 249
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I run em , Good in mud / sand / rain , rocks chewed em up pretty good but still going strong
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I run em , Good in mud / sand / rain , rocks chewed em up pretty good but still going strong
Nice Jeep!
So how long did have they gone?
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all the more reason to swap out that 249
LOL...my thoughts exactly!
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