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
They go great on the road, and ride very well. Mine are mounted on a 1979 Ford F250, and they do not make any annoying humming. when its wet out they do slip a little but you dont notice it much. With my open diffs and these tires i dont get stuck. I do a little off roading in the mud and drive in the snow alot, and these tires hook up well. Bottom Line these tires are great for the money, and are perfect for the weekend warrior
By The Outlaw from Pittsburgh Pa
Quiet All Terrain
Great road manners quiet even in open vehicle. Great traction in Rock Sand And Loose Dirt, Just ok in light mud but avoid deep mud but then again it is not a mud tire.
By FOMOTI from Burbank Ca.
Excellent tire, big improvement vs stock
Compared to my Wrangler stock Bridgestone Dueler tires, everything is better.
Grip on dry and wet surface. Handling. Consumption.
Driving 95% on road and sometimes moderate off road.
Because of higher Load Range D compared to C before, I reduced the pressure by 4 PSI to gain better comfort.
By Ron from Tega Cay, SC
Good replacement for BFG AT's.....So far
I have only had them on my truck for a few weeks. So far I really like them, they are not nearly as loud as BFG AT's at highway speeds. Also the grip off road seems to be just as good as the BFG's, there is actually sidewall lugs on the Grabbers which is nice. The price of these tires are really nice too.
By Ridinhigh1500 from Leland, NC
I live in baja and it works everywhere.
This isnt a heavy tire that will give you complications with direction and or suspenssion, but its rubber is so hard to brake that in an off roar pre-run for a baja 300 race, they ended up like new, after driving trough sand, rocks mud gravel mountains and dried volcano rocks over 100f degrees, I think this is more than a test, Im truly surprised with this tire, but there are other brands that will be erased from my christmas wish list[...]
By MR MONSTER from Mexicali Baja, Mexico
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