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post #1 of 22 Old 03-30-2011, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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what tire is this???

the picture is attached idk how to upload pictures otherwise

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post #2 of 22 Old 03-30-2011, 05:11 PM
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Looks like either a BFG All-Terrain or a General Grabber.

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the bf goodrichs' tread is more intertwined thats not them
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Yeah, on second thought, I know what you mean. Could it be a Grabber?

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looks like a general grabber

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Yea its not the BFG, those have lots of Xs in them
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did a little more research im confident they are procomp all terrains anyone know the quality of there tires
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Definitely a General Grabber, looks like an AT2.

I have them, and those look exactly the same as mine.

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Those are definetly not Procomp, which I think is good, because in my experience they produce absolute ****.

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the picture is attached idk how to upload pictures otherwise

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Looks like the Grabber AT2, to me.

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these are the procomp all terrains i cant tell the difference i think these are the previously pictured tires i honestly cant tell the difference between the two
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these are the procomp all terrains i cant tell the difference i think these are the previously pictured tires
The siping looks different


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I guess I'm the first to ask. Do you have a picture of the sidewall?

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I am 100% sure they are general grabber AT2's

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ya its not a close pic and this will probally make things more confusing. the letting appers to say procomp and mud terrains but that doesnt really match up thats only making me more confused
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