Firestone Destination or General Grabber AT2

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by rango88, Jan 22, 2012.


which good value AT tire

  1. General Grabber AT2

    2 vote(s)
  2. Firestone Destination

    5 vote(s)
  3. Other

    6 vote(s)
  1. rango88

    rango88 Chuck Norris Drove a Ram

    Just wanted to know what some of you had as opinions in relation those tires.
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  3. kozal01

    kozal01 New Member

    I voted destinations. They are the best tires Ive ever owned.
  4. pooleo

    pooleo New Member

    as having the AT2's, I vote other. Those grabbers sucked, big time. But, I suppose it all depends on what your looking for in a tire.

    BTW, those AT2's are now on my buddies liberty, he hates them. He says it feels like he is driving on a factory street tire. Said they suck balls in the snow.
  5. Hurley

    Hurley Superultramegalurker

    BFgoodrich a/ts
  6. Brinker88

    Brinker88 Black sheep o' the family

    Firestone destination....What model? AT or MT? I loved my MT's they went through anything. Only downfall is they dont have much siping so they suck on wet pavement.

    For an All terrain tire, I would say BFG AT or Falken's rocky mountain ATS
  7. greenmachine2000

    greenmachine2000 New Member

    my bfgs ats arent really that good in snow or mud..they cake up. i almost got stuck with them in about 2 inches of snow yesterday cause they caked up and wouldnt grip..clinton runs firestones in winter he loves them.
  8. hazard-maine

    hazard-maine northern ranger driver

    I love ny grabbers they work great.
  9. Achromious

    Achromious New Member

    Love mine, even if they have some drawbacks
  10. kozal01

    kozal01 New Member

    Im running the destination AT's on my F-150 and they are unstoppable in the snow and are also great in the rain. I was a BFG only guy until I bought these Destinations now I wont go back. The BFG AT's are great tires but arent worth the extra $400 a set over the Destinations especially since the Destinations out perform the BFG's. Check tire rack and read the reviews in the AT segment, the destinations come in at #1, Grabbers at #5 and the BFG's at #10 in ratings.
  11. Achromious

    Achromious New Member

    I guess the difference for me was partly that I got my bfgs for such a good price. I think you're right though I might not have bought them new
  12. OP

    rango88 Chuck Norris Drove a Ram

  13. Let me know what you go with man, because I'm thinking about the Firestone's too. They're cheap and good.
  14. OP

    rango88 Chuck Norris Drove a Ram

    It might not be till next year. I Hate my GY Wranglers with a passion but I want to get the most out of them even though they have no thread to begin with. I priced 4 Firestone 235/75/r15 and they are about $700
  15. I saw the 31x10.50R15s for like $592, plus $93 shipping. So yeah, like $700 lol
  16. OP

    rango88 Chuck Norris Drove a Ram

    Yeah my $700 doesnt even include balacing and installation :(
  17. My girlfriend's dad's uncle owns a garage and he can mount and balance them for me.
  18. OP

    rango88 Chuck Norris Drove a Ram

    my dad could do it for me he had the machine, but he doesnt :(. but its normally a small fee so it isnt so bad
  19. $20 per tire, if I don't take it to my gf's dad
  20. Achromious

    Achromious New Member

    Good ol Wally world will do um for like 12 a tire if you're up for it haha
  21. pooleo

    pooleo New Member


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