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I'm rockin' a pair of Bridgeston Dueler A-T 694's on the rear. No complaints so far, but I guess I'm not that demanding (yet)
 



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I ran the BFG T/A K/O's and they wore out fast once they started to wear, they sucked in the Pittsburgh winters.

I'm running GoodYear DuraTrac's and love them. If I didn't get the DuraTrac's I would've definetly gone with the General Grabber AT2's. I bought my 33x12.50x15's for $146 each from the local GoodYear dealer in downtown Pittsburgh. I searched prices all over the net and Treadepot.com had the best price for IIRC $159 at the time so I asked the GY dealer what they wanted, they said $186 each, I told them the price online and they marked them down to $146 each.

Here's a picture of the old BFG's and now with the GY's...

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Failed to mention they are Wrangler SilentArmor.

Those Firestone Destinations look good as well.

I'm on my second set of Destination A/T's, love 'em to death also they don't cost a ton. BFG A/T's cost a bunch more but are great in anything but mud and wear like iron.
 












Here are the Grabber AT2s:
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