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Old 01-21-2015, 12:41 PM
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Looking to get feedback about which tires NE peeps have had success with. I am relocating to Vermont from the giant sandbar (Fla). I am familiar with the terrain from numerous dual sport trips and thrashing in the woods.

Just want to see what you guys have had success with up their. Thanks!
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Old 01-28-2015, 12:14 PM
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I have - and love - General Grabber AT2 tires......previously had Firestone Destinations but these - I think - are better
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That's what i ended up getting. Love them so far.




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I have - and love - General Grabber AT2 tires......previously had Firestone Destinations but these - I think - are better
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There's a big variety of terrain around here. Rocks, mud, snow, and sand if you look for it.

BFG all terrains have always treated me well.
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Honestly it comes down to what you do with your cherokee. I run 255/85r16 maxxis bighorns.
But I'm 90% road/dirt road 10% woods trails.

If i spent my time closer to 50/50 I would go with super swampers New England is extreamily hard on tires and rigs. I've riped through BFGs, toyo's, and some no name brands
Super swamper LTBs work fantastic , Q78s are a good choice, SSR,
The biggest problem is if you road drive it the ice in the winter can be a *****.
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