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Old 08-06-2008
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"and i never got stuck hardly" hahaha stuck in what mud? or snow.. I don't wheel too much truck is still pretty new and dont have the money to fix it if somthing breaks. already got rocks in my breakpads or somthing from a little mudding but they worked there way out with a little water.

Mine is a 2wd xlt.. I might just find some 31 bfgs and call it good, but will consider the general grabber a/ts too.. ill see when the time comes and what I can afford, either way im getting something new and good haha and yeah how the tire performs in the snow is very important to me too since I don't have 4wd i need a good reliable set of tires that will perform good since i will be driving it mostly every day back and forth to classes.. so i need somthing safe too ya know... ill look around.
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General Grabber AT2 they are basically the same thing as BFG a/ts but alot less money
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i am running 31" Sierradial Delta A/Ts. if you can find them they are great in the mud and fairly cheap too.
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I am thinking real hard about getting the General Grabber A/T 2's. I have read alot of good things about them.

Also check out the Nitto Terra Grapplers.
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i love my revos to i got 30x9.50 on a stock 2wd with a locker and i worry about sucking in water before getting stuck...your friend must not have been able to drive. Revos great on road, sand, mud, wet grass...dunno about snow never driven in snow.
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ill be driving in snow for like 6 months lol so i need that to be in consideration as well. either going with the general grabber or the bfgs when i see how much both of them will cost first.
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