From British Columbia, Canada. These are the best tires I've had on the truck. Aggressive style appearance. M/S + Winter rating for the Canadian roads is a must for me. Besides the ratings, they do work as advertised; great in mud, snow, and really anything I've thrown at them while 4x4ing or in the city. Slightly nosier than a summer tire, but not crazy and to be expected. Highly recommended.
I've had these for almost three winters now. No problems whatsoever. I have a mechanic who always balances tires perfectly, some of the wheels took a fair bit of weight, but there's no road noise or vibration, even at 120 km/h on highway. You wouldn't know they're an LT tire. They're great in slush, deep snow (50cm) and not bad on ice. They're worn down to about 13/16" inch after 2 1/2 winters, they were 17/16" new. I went with the LT285/70/17 on steel wheels, it's the same diameter, 33", as the stock P275/60/20 tires. Mileage went from 13 l/100km in summer on the stock GY GS-As to 14.5 on these but there's a bit more time spent warming up the truck and driving in 4wd, they're a heavier tire too.
They look nice too with the deep tread. Wearing well, would buy again for sure.
Great tires. Over 67K miles in 26 months at replacement time. 2 tires were overinflated by a automotive shop stating that 40PSI was the correct psi. However, those 2 tires have tread wear indicative of over inflation. If these 2 tires were the same as the other two, I could get another 10K out of this set of tires easily. I think they are rated for 50K, maybe 60K. Buying another set just like this. I live in South Fla., so no snow.
Love them, had them 2 years on a 2014 RAM 1500 4x4. Hardly any wear after 40000 kms. Awesome traction in muddy muck/sand. Dry sand traction is good. Dry gravel is awesome. All around great tire for the price. I had the BF goodrich ATKO previously and I like the Grabbers a little more due to how much quieter they are.
Was actually quite disappointed with these tires. I come from an area of northern Canada where winter conditions are harsh. If I could go back, I would have gotten studded tires. These tires do not substitute for studs. I have driven my dad's truck with studded Nokian's and there is no comparison. They are also not good at all in slush, if you come from a more temperate climate where snow often melts to slush on the road. I have had the tires for a month and almost gone off the road in slushy conditions twice, and not driving particularly fast either. In dry snow and ice performance is relatively good. I'm also not optimistic about the treadwear and tire life with the whole nano pro tech compound running out at 55% tread depth.
Just picked them up. Road noise is very minimal. Not much more than my GY RSA. Ride is a bit harsher compared to RSA.
No noticeable rolling when pulling out to pass.
Dry grip is very good.
No rain sleet snow or ice today.
everything is acceptable given how well these tires perform compared to RSA stock tires.