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I have General Grabber A/T tires on my Rhino right now, and seriously debating on just picking up a spare tire and using these off road. Does anyone else run this way? I know on previous ATV;s I've had the typical tire doesnt last to long with huge gouges taken out of the chunky tires and dont work for S**T on the pavement.

Shouldn't be any different than driving my truck off road right? Except i actually care what my truck looks like haha. Opinions??
 

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I ran a set for about 6 months, only trouble I had was mud, dry hard pack and rocks no problem. In sand washes had to run 4 wheel drive to get up on top of the sand.
 

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I would not hesitate to run them. You already have them might as well see if they work for you. I run street tires on and off road and I really like the way they ride. With as light as the rhino is I don't think you are ever going to wear them out. Air them down of course, they are not going to flex too well at pressure.
 

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I have General Grabber A/T tires on my Rhino right now, and seriously debating on just picking up a spare tire and using these off road. Does anyone else run this way? I know on previous ATV;s I've had the typical tire doesnt last to long with huge gouges taken out of the chunky tires and dont work for S**T on the pavement.

Shouldn't be any different than driving my truck off road right? Except i actually care what my truck looks like haha. Opinions??
I have been on the trail with side by sides running 27x8.50R-14 General Grabber AT2 in the harsh deserts in AZ with solid results. They are a good all terrain tire that also lasts a long time.

General Grabbar AT2 | Discount Tire Direct
 
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