I'll put a word in for the General Grabber AT2s. We had those on our old Wrangler and they were great. Wa-ay better than the junk we had on there before (OEM). Wife complained but I didn't take Her seriously until I had to drive it in a snowstorm -- I was wishing I was in my Grand Prix. Since when is a Pontiac better than a Wrangler in snow? Tires make a world of difference!I am looking at the General Grabber AT2.
Is there a single AT tire in 235/65-16? I didn't see one.Benzgt89, thank you for your support.
Going with a 235/65R-16 is a safe way to go with no rub. Here is a link to the tires we have available in that size on our web site:
235/65R-16 Tires | Discount Tire Direct
There are a few that have installed 235/70R-16 with some rubbing slight rubbing. If you are willing to do some slight mods the General Grabber AT2 is a solid choice:
General Grabber AT2 | Discount Tire Direct
Please let us know if we can help.
Uh, that's the point of this thread. I hope I'm not rude in suggesting this, but please read the posts above and you'll have your answer!Alright so I got my first jeep the other day. 2017 Patriot High Altitude 4x4. Want to throw some tires on my stock 17" rims but have no idea where to start. Don't really want to lift it up just yet. What's the biggest and beefiest tire I can go without rub or having to lift it. Thanks in advance!