The General Tires Grabber AT2 has a tough all-terrain designed with an aggressive, self-cleaning tread pattern that provides off-road traction, durability and impressive paved road performance. Some features are a five-row lug pattern with strategically-placed sipes that result in many biting edges; computer-optimized contouring gives the Grabber AT2 a wider, flatter tread contour with a squared shoulder, enhancing performance and aggressive good looks. This tire has exceptional traction over all terrains. 60,000 Mile Limited Treadwear Warranty - Excludes LT Sizes
I have a 1995 Ford Ranger XLT extended cab pickup truck with original (factory) aluminum rims (wheels) - size 14. Will this tire fit? - Allan
Asked by Allan from Redwood City, CA on
Allen, Yes, the 27X8.50R-14LT, Grabber AT2 Tire Part Number: GEN05684400000 will work on your factory wheels
Answered by Ken, ext4987 from Redwood City, CA on
I have a Jeep wrangler with 15 in. rims 9 in. wide. Will this tire fit and seat properly with this size rim? I currently have 10.50's and would like to drop one size.
Asked by Glen from United States on
Hello Glen, With this General 31 9.50 15 At2 you will have a hard time getting the bead to seal on a 9 inch wide wheel. You will need a 10.50 wide or larger. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by [email protected] from United States on
I have a 2012 Jeep wrangler (JK) Altitude edition, very simulair to the Rubicon I want to know if these tires will be compatible with my jeep without having to raise it? I am also wondering what is the largest size tire I may use without having to lift my jeep at this time? Thanks.
Asked by Keith from Maryland on
Keith, the General Tire 265/65R17, Grabber AT2 will fit on your Jeep with no lift. The biggest tire you can get on there is about a 33" tall tire. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Maryland on
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For over 100 years, General Tire has been a big league manufacturer of premium tires for vehicles. From its origins of a focus on making truck replacement tires, the company entered into the OEM market over 60 years ago and hasn't looked back. Today, General Tire's line of Grabber tires for the light truck/SUV segment is recognized throughout the industry for their off-road traction, exceptional durability and superior performance. Their United States corporate headquarters is in Fort Mill, South Carolina and they have nationwide manufacturing plants to ensure quick delivery of their tiresShop General Tire Now