Originally Posted by rlocicero
I liked my Rugged Trail TA's but had the P rated tires. Next time, I would opt for the D or E rated LT version.
Either one would most definitely be the LR E, LT version.
The Rugged Trail is more of a street based all season type tire with a bit of a more aggressive center section, more street oriented than off-road. The Grabber AT is more of an aggressive all-terrain--in fact, the tread pattern is almost identical to the BFG All Terrain KO. The price is almost the same between the Grabber and the Rugged Trail, so I just have to decide if I want more aggressive tread that probably won't wear as well and last as long, or a less aggressive one that will last longer...decisions, decisions.
2015 XLR Hyperlite 30HFS5 (mods being performed regularly)
2009 Salem LA 292fkds (gone)
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2014 Harley Davidson FLHX (XLR cargo)
2014 VW Jetta TDI (diesel sipper, camping support vehicle)
2011 Ram 2500 CC 4X4 CTD, B&W Companion (toy hauler hauler)