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Old 04-17-2014, 02:30 PM   #1
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Pics of 35 inch general grabbers (red lettering)

I'd love to see pics of whoever owns some 35 inch general grabber tires with the red lettering.

I plan on getting some of these with 17s eventually.

Soo if you have pics of your rig please share thanks guys !!

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Old 04-21-2014, 02:28 PM   #3
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those look awesome !!! whats the actual size tire ? i know 33's are you lifted ?
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those look awesome !!! whats the actual size tire ? i know 33's are you lifted ?
33 12.50 15. Lifted 4.25"
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35x12.50 grabbers. Tough tire but doesn't mud like I wish it would have.

The last pic is a 4" lift and the first 2 is on 3.5"





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Very nice pics guys !!! So how good are these tires for on road and off road ? One of you said its not that great with mud.
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They're kinda decent and everyrhing but dont clear mud well. They wore well on the street and theyre heavy. I ran them as low as 10psi offroad.

I went with a different tire this time around tho.
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They do great on fire roads and dirt. While they are no mud tire they still do ok. They arent loud at all and seem to do well in the rocks. I will definitely buy them again. Yes they are heavy but so is any other MT. Ive taken mine down to 12psi.
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They do great on fire roads and dirt. While they are no mud tire they still do ok. They arent loud at all and seem to do well in the rocks. I will definitely buy them again. Yes they are heavy but so is any other MT.
I also heard their class rating (weight) is very respectable compared to a lot of other all terrain rubbers. I have the 29" at2s and plan buying 35" at2s very soon. I love them
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I also heard their class rating (weight) is very respectable compared to a lot of other all terrain rubbers. I have the 29" at2s and plan buying 35" at2s very soon. I love them
Not sure but they are tough. They only recently became DOT approved. Trophy trucks have been running them for years.
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The 35x12.50 r17 is a E rated tire I believe.

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