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Just blew a tire, now have to decide: Driving mostly rural roads, very little offroad, snow traction is important:

BF Goodrich T/A KO (E Rated) or General Grabber AT (P rated but 50k tread warranty)

What you think is a better and more lasting choice for the Tundra ?

Price difference is 60 bucks per tire.

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I like the TA K/O's. Discount-Tire in South Bend had a hard time balancing them but went to another discount tire and they did a great job. I only have 5k on them. The wet traction is a little poorer than the stock Bridgestones. Not sure about the AT2's. I was looking at those as well but got the BFG's for about the same price.
 

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I just purchased the Grabber AT2. I did alot of research by reading reviews on them. I pulled the trigger. Here's why.

Warranty is good
Look is awesome! Almost Identical to the KO
Price is right! I was able to get them for $160.00 a tire
Less noise compared to KO's (feedback from people who switched from KO to AT2)
Traction is good, highway is good.

Why not dude...unless you are paying for the name Brand? Believe me, i wanted the KO's but the price difference was too much for me to pass up the AT2's. I will post pics when I get them installed this week. I just lifted the truck. I cant wait!!!!!!!
 
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