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Old 10-07-2012, 04:55 PM
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I'm going to putting some new tires on my xj shortly, as of now I have 33" BFG AT with stock gearing on the Dana 30 axel. I'm debating on going up to 35" AT but whether or not I keep the 33" or go 35" I'm going to re gear. Any opinions on this?? Also not sure if I should get the BFG AT or General Tire Red Letter Grabber. Thanks guys
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Old 10-07-2012, 04:59 PM
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genital grabbers vs. all terrains? yeah just get some real 33" mud tires
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i bet if you searched on the site or google, you'd have your answer. How'd you like your BFG's? shouldn't need others reviews on a tire you run
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i bet if you searched on the site or google, you'd have your answer. How'd you like your BFG's? shouldn't need others reviews on a tire you run
They came on the jeep when i got it and there is no tread they are pretty much done. So I haven't used them off road yet
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Why not just stick with 33? I would pick BFGoodrich tires over General Grabbers any day, however I overall prefer Goodyear tires. I would select Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac or the MT/R with kevlar.
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My Grabbers perform pretty well. Havent seen snow yet though... dam Texas.
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The guy above me just said goodyear wrangler mt with kelvar, great tires
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