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The General Grabber off-road tire is a DOT-approved off-road tire comes in a variety of sizes and is designed to perform on the highway and streets as well is engineered with rugged good looks and race-proven performance. General Grabbers optimized tread design and multiple tread edges work to deliver great side bite and lateral traction. The Grabber is a DOT-approved off-road tire comes in a variety of sizes and is designed to perform on the highway and streets as well. Patented Strake & Chamfer tread Pattern. Race proven 3-Ply construction provides driving confidence under the world's most extreme conditions. Multi-angled sidewall protectors help prevent punctures. Competition inspired red letters. The General Grabber sound wave suppression works to reduce road noise but still delivers high levels of off-road traction while providing smooth on-road performance. Grabber carries a 30 day free trial.
Was a little worried after buying these with the reviews on wet traction and ice. I use my pickup for snowmobiling quite frequently, so I had the tires sipped. With them sipped I have been plesently surprised at the grip they've offered both in snow, ice, and rain. I have about 3000 miles so far, seem to be wearing well. They do vibrate a little just like a lot of Mud terrains but, I'm pretty happy with these tires so far. Would recommned them, especially sipped for road and/or wet icy areas.
I have the 35x12.5R17's on my '12 Ram 2500 Diesel and love them! On a scale of 1 to 5 these tires are a 6 easy. I commute 50 miles a day for work and these tires do great in the city and highway. They are quiet and theres absolutely 0 death wobble. I do alot of off roading and these babies performed flawlessly every time. On occasion I get myself into a situation when I'm buried in thick muck up to my doors on and when you hit the gas these things DIG! Without a doubt these will be the last brand of tires I'll ever by again. Worth every dollar spent, I'd put my # up here to personally tell anyone who is contemplating these tires to buy them but cant... So you'll just have to take my word for it. You wont be dissapionted.
I use General Grabber 33-12.5-17 for my 2008 Wrangler unlimited. THESE TIRES RIP IT UP off road. I will never buy anything else. So far I used them for Baja type racing, fast moving through loose dirt and rocks- Lots of hard landings. A great Baja tire. There also great in heavy mud. Steep climbing and sticky mud pits are no problem. There is some tire noise on the freeway with top down but it's not bad at all. They are darn quiet compared to other off road tires. The catalog and on line pictures do not do them justice. You have to see them in person. I have noticed allot of fellow off roaders taking a good long look at them. There was one guy who must have had 15K into his jeep almost brock his neck rubber necking these tires.
What are the wheels shown on the tire? Where can i buy them?
Asked by Edi Struts from santa fe, NM on
Hi Edi, This General Tire 33x12.50R15LT, Grabber is shown on the Pro Comp series 5034 wheel, here it is and thanks for your inquiry. Be sure and verify year/model, bolt pattern and backspacing before ordering, it does not come in a 15" diameter. Thanks for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from santa fe, NM on
Did you have to get extended flares for this tire? I'm running 2009 jk with 33's on 17 rim. Thinking of upgrading to these 35's and just wondering about the flares?
Asked by Sonar Master Chief from Kapolei, HI on
Sonar Master Chief, we have a lot of different choices as far as fender flares go to cover your General Tire 35x12.50R17LT, Grabber! I would recommend the Bushwacker pocket flares or their flat flares for full tire coverage. I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from Kapolei, HI on
The general; AT2 is rated 3 in noise production while driving... Where does the GRABBER Rate???
Asked by MR.BD from Azusa,Ca. on
Hi MR>BD the General Tire LT265/75R16, Grabber will be a medium noise tire. These tires are a cross between a mut tire and a AT tire. So they will be noiser then a AT but not as bad as a mud tire. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks,
Answered by roy p ext 4928 from Azusa,Ca. 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