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General Grabber AT2
General Grabber AT2
  • Price Range:  USD $130.99 to $381.99
    All Season

    Exception traction over all terrains. Aggressive self-cleaning tread pattern enhances off-road and wet traction capabilities.

    • 5-row tread pattern with multiple traction edges
    • Extra-deep tread pattern
    • Highly-engineered acoustic tread pattern
    • Snowflake approved and studable design
    • Innovative tread design promotes uncompromising off road traction
    • Designed to increase tread life
    • Allows the aggressive tread pattern to remain quiet during road and highway driving
    • Meets the severe snow service requirements of the RMA and RAC

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    Grabber AT2
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    Overall: 4.7  
  • 8/18/2014
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  • Size: 265/70R16 (2013 Nissan Frontier 4 SV with 10000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Overall: 3.5  
  • 5/26/2014
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  • Size: 285/75R16 ( 8500 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    These tires are great in the snow and decent traction in the gravel (except the fact they pick up and fling rocks constantly), also horrible as soon as you hit a little bit of mud or grass, I won't be buying another set, and I might take these ones off and use them strictly for winter use
    Overall: 4.8  
  • 5/11/2014
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  • Size: 265/70R15 (1990 Ford F-150 2 Dr Standard Cab 8 Ft Bed XLT Lariat (235/75R15) with 8045 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I own a 1988 F-150 XLT Lariat that doesn't have 4 wheel drive, but I like to go mudding and I go camping quite often. Obviously with my truck being from 1988 it weighs a considerable amount more than the newer model trucks, that being said these tires have basically made it so that I have 4 wheel drive. Went mudding with my friends and one of them with a 4 wheel drive Tundra got stuck and I had to pull him out. Great tires, little to no noise, much more comfortable than the 235/75/r15s that came on the truck, and no problems on any terrains thus far.
    Overall: 4.8  
  • 4/22/2014
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  • Size: 265/70R16 (2012 Toyota Tacoma 4 Dr Extended Cab 5 Ft Bed Base 16" option with 15000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Don't drive in snow. I've owned a Toyota 4x4 since before they had a name like Tacoma (25+ years). I've had mud tires like the old school non-radial RVTs, those were real directional mud tires. However, these tires are the all around best tires I ever owned on any of my Toyota 4x4s. For the money I doubt you will find a better tire for a 2012 Tacoma, period.
    Overall: 4.9  
  • 4/5/2014
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  • Size: 245/60R18 (2013 Ford Explorer 4 Dr Sport Utility XLT with 28000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    I live in North Bay Ontario, where it is -30 to -40C from Dec 20 to Feb 20 most years. We get weekly snow storms of 30+cm dumpings and these tires are the BEST at icy, snowy conditions and performs really really well on dry and wet pavement. I've put on about 28000km on them so far, rotating them every 8000km and the wear is hardly noticeable. They are the most quiet "agressive" tires I've owned in years and are pretty smooth, considering the pattern. Highly Recommend!!
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