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Unread 07-06-2008, 11:28 PM   #151
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Fun Country FC-2 - Has a reputation for being great on all surfaces. Though I'm sure the ST is better in mud, and the BFG AT is better on ice.
x2 if anyone is looking for customer satisfaction. I have 48000 on my FC-2's and would expect at least 10-15k more. Great tires on all surfaces. ST's are awesome in the mud, but if you're looking for good, long lasting ATs, I'd put FC-2s on.

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Unread 07-07-2008, 09:41 AM   #152
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Does anyone on this forum know what the stock rim size on a 1999 jeep cherokee sport...i think its a 15x7 or a 15x8 but im not sure?
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Unread 07-07-2008, 11:07 AM   #153
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Anyone have some info or feedback on the yoko geolanders, toyo open country, or nitto terra grappler? I do about 90% hwy driving and like to play off the beaten path when I can. Would any of the three above listed tires be better for me than the bfg a/t? looking at the 31x10.50 size on a pretty much stock 02 sahara.
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Unread 07-11-2008, 05:48 PM   #154
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Anyone have some info or feedback on the yoko geolanders, toyo open country, or nitto terra grappler? I do about 90% hwy driving and like to play off the beaten path when I can. Would any of the three above listed tires be better for me than the bfg a/t? looking at the 31x10.50 size on a pretty much stock 02 sahara.
x2, I want to put some bigger tires on our 02 x type steelies! Could I fit that big a tire on the stock wheels! This is only driven about 6-10 miles a day on regular roads but I want something bigger than the "donut" looking stock 225/75/15
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Unread 07-11-2008, 08:43 PM   #155
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x2, I want to put some bigger tires on our 02 x type steelies! Could I fit that big a tire on the stock wheels! This is only driven about 6-10 miles a day on regular roads but I want something bigger than the "donut" looking stock 225/75/15
Yep, a 31x10.5 will fit on the stock rims. You might have to adjust your steering stops if it rubs at full turn but that is easy. Their is a write up here somewhere.
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Unread 08-03-2008, 10:54 AM   #156
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Shake, Vibration at 60 MPH with stock tires

Purchased a used '03 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4.0 with 50K miles. Great condition. Came with 30 x 9.50R15 Goodyear GS-As. Took it to Goodyear tire shop, they were unable to balance tires due to heavy runout. Also shocks were gone. Replaced with new Monroe lifetime shocks and 31 x 10.50 Goodyear wranglers with Silent Armour tech. Runs sweet and smooth.

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Unread 08-08-2008, 09:06 PM   #157
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I just got some new BFG ATs, and man are they quiet. They are like a road tire, literally. I bought my XJ with an old set, and they were a bit noisier, so I was surprised with the new ones. Who in their right mind would buy street tires or something like the AT Revos when BFG ATs are so quiet and smooth?
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Unread 11-04-2008, 08:27 AM   #158
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Just doing some research here and I read the hate on wrangler GSA's. Made me think of the wrangler STs that came on my KJ that made my ESP work overtime. Even with full rotations and balances from the previous owner they were absolutely craptastic. By chance the dealer I bought my jeep from lost the inspection and had to replace the tires I got some hankook dyna AS balloons. Its almost as if Im in a nightmare as I go from one set craptastic tires to the next. Thank God my birthday is in 2 days so I can hopefully get some BFG ATs...
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Unread 11-11-2008, 06:51 AM   #159
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Can anyone give me some opinions on General Grabber A/T's?

I have priced them out and I can get them for about $40 less a tire then BFG A/Ts. Does anyone have anything to say about them. I am looking for 33x12.50. Something is telling to stay with the BFG's but if the General is comparable I might try them. So let me know what you guys think about them. Mileage, mud, sand etc......Thanks
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Unread 12-25-2008, 10:15 PM   #160
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I have priced them out and I can get them for about $40 less a tire then BFG A/Ts. Does anyone have anything to say about them. I am looking for 33x12.50. Something is telling to stay with the BFG's but if the General is comparable I might try them. So let me know what you guys think about them. Mileage, mud, sand etc......Thanks
Have a set of 235/75R15 Grabber AT2s on a Toyota pickup and a set of 33x9.5r15 BFGs on the Jeep. The Grabbers do mud, snow, and ice better. I've yet to be disappointed by them. The only thing I'm not sure of is the sidewall strength since that doesn't really get tested with the Toyota. I can tell you that I've driven that pickup through snow up to the bottom of the headlights with those tires, and I'd absolutely buy them again.
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Unread 01-10-2009, 10:20 PM   #161
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i recently got my BFG A/Ts and i love them. they grip really well in snow. After getting 8 inches of snow in one night, I'd definitely say they're a lot better (grip and cleaning) then my Michelin LTX's and were $50 dollars cheaper to boot
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Unread 01-19-2009, 04:34 PM   #162
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I have priced them out and I can get them for about $40 less a tire then BFG A/Ts. Does anyone have anything to say about them. I am looking for 33x12.50. Something is telling to stay with the BFG's but if the General is comparable I might try them. So let me know what you guys think about them. Mileage, mud, sand etc......Thanks
Grabber AT2s? I have them and really like them. I was going to get BFG A/Ts, but the Generals were a lot cheaper. I think they are siped a little more than the BFGs, but I don't know if it makes a difference. I only have 3-4k on my tires, but they seem to be wearing well. I have 5 and rotate in the spare every 3k miles. Here is what they look like: (I'm running 30x9.5R15)

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Unread 02-09-2009, 12:06 AM   #163
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How do Goodyear Silent Armor compare to BFG T/A KO or Revos?? Looking at 265/70/16

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Unread 02-21-2009, 02:47 PM   #164
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Anyone had experience with BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2?
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Unread 02-22-2009, 02:05 PM   #165
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Purchased a used '03 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4.0 with 50K miles. Great condition. Came with 30 x 9.50R15 Goodyear GS-As. Took it to Goodyear tire shop, they were unable to balance tires due to heavy runout. Also shocks were gone. Replaced with new Monroe lifetime shocks and 31 x 10.50 Goodyear wranglers with Silent Armour tech. Runs sweet and smooth.

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Sounds like Goodyear has resumed making round tires. Least I hope so; glad you're pleased.
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