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#1 Old 08-04-2012, 06:04 PM
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Arrow General Grabber AT2?!

Does anybody have these on their truck? If so how do they perform and how do you like them? Or does anybody know anything about how they are?
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#2 Old 08-04-2012, 06:33 PM
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I have them on my work van. They are a very good tire for any condition. I got 'em on my van for their great grip in the snow yet I can run 'em year round. I run different tires on my T though because I like a more aggressive looking tread. Their M/T doesn't do well in snow otherwise I'd run 'em on the truck. General tires are a good choice. I also run some Generals on my fiancées car and they rock compared to her last tires.

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Yeah they don't really have such an aggressive tread on them. I was also looking at some Nitto Trail Grapplers but those are a little heavy.

Also, the size 325x65x18 is about the same size as 35x1250x18 right?
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The Terra grapplers are good in most conditions, except they kinda suck in
snow/ice. I'm running them on my T now because they came with the rims I got. I normally run Goodyear Duratracs. Where I live I have to consider the snow/ice traction first. But if your in a area that doesn't see a lot of snow, then the Terra's are a good choice along with the AT2's. As far as sizes, that stuff always glosses my eyes over without looking at a chart, but that sounds about right.

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Yeah I'm in Arizona right now, so snow and ice isn't an issue for me at all. But I'll see what one I get soon haha. Thanks for your input, I appreciate it!
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I actually wanted to get the A/T2's but I couldn't find my size or everywhere I was looking were on back order. I ended up with the Grabbers though and am pretty happy with those. As for your conversion question you pretty much nailed it, here's a sight I found to convert the tire sizes. http://www.xtremeterrain.com/tire-si...on-metric.aspx

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I also couldn't find the AT2's in 18" sizes. I have (4) 18" 5 spoke rims from an '05 Armada.

I ended up using the 17" 7 spoke rims that my truck came with cause I really had my heart set on the AT2's.

They've only been on for 2 days so I can't comment much on them except for they are not noisy, they ride real nice, and they look good

I'm hoping the 16/32 tread depth will give better traction and more miles.

I haven't seen many tires offered that have more than (12 or 13) 32nds tread depth. Am I just missing them??????

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My Yoko Geolander AT/S' are 18/32.

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I have the at2, 35x12.5x18. I live in Az as well and I love them. No road noise and do pretty darn good in the sand from the haysseyampa river bed.
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I have a set on my 04 and have been pretty happy. They have held up well even with the additional load of my boat trailer.
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