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Old 09-29-2010
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A Little FYI

for those of you that want to stay with 15" rims and do no off roading I just replaced my tires with these
General Grabber HTS(Highway All-Season) , what a difference in the ride, very quiet and smooth, it was raining the other day and I tried to spin the tires, (4.0 v-6) hardy spun at all spin and it wasn't from lack of power. I up sized a little 235/75/15 fit perfect and looks great.
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Where's the pics?
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i can spin my heavy *** 33 mt/r wranglers all day in the rain. im pretty sure those little things will too
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General Grabber HTS

here is a link
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i can spin my heavy *** 33 mt/r wranglers all day in the rain. im pretty sure those little things will too
Your probably right I didn't hit the pedal to metal, just hit it a little harder than normal, they are great tires though. We had a tropical storm today and I hit a couple puddles and zero hydroplaneing
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Do you have the white lettering showing or the black-wall? My Goodyear Wrangler/RT OEMs are needing replacement after 6yrs. Looking this wknd for a set of something. Don't do any off-roading, mostly city & hwy.
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I always go with blackwall out.
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