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  • Year Released: 2007
  • Regions for sale: Americas, Europe, Eastern Europe & Central Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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We spent several hours reading reviews from experts and tire owners. In summary, this is what people think about General Grabber AT 2. You can agree with these conclusions by voting for any item:

Reasons to buy vote if agree

– Many motorists said that the tires provided responsive handling in both wet and dry conditions.
– The owners were happy with the tire’s excellent traction in snow, mud and rain.
– The drivers appreciated the very good quality and the great price.
– Some drivers wrote that they were really surprised how quiet that the tire was.

Reasons not to buy

– One driver complained that the tires' fuel economy was bad.
– A few drivers complained that the tires were wearing out too fast and were noisy.
– One driver complained that the tires were difficult to balance.

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General Grabber AT 2 Rating scores from other platforms:

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56.0 out of 100
Based on:
4 customer ratings
524,000 miles driven
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4.6 out of 5
Based on:
60 customer ratings
General Grabber AT 2



Description

With a set of General Grabber AT 2 tires on your truck or SUV, you can explore any terrain from rocks to mud, sand to deep snow with confidence. Five rows of aggressive tread blocks, made from a chip- and tear-resistant compound, provide strong grip, while the self-cleaning tread throws off dirt and mud to maintain traction. The tread pattern is computer-optimized to reduce road noise, promoting a smooth and comfortable ride.

  • Innovative, five-row tread pattern with multiple traction edges provides exceptional off-road grip
  • Directional, double-V shaped tread designed for longer treadlife
  • Acoustic tread pattern allows the aggressive tread to remain quiet during road driving
  • Dual steel belt construction with polyester cord body for strength, durability, and less road noise

General Grabber AT 2 Latest News


General Grabber AT 2 Latest Reviews

16 September, 2018 22:57 by Matthew Mitchell
4
More than 6 months
Off‑road
What is good?
Dry Performance
Handling
Price/Quality
Snow/Ice Performance
Treadwear
Traction and handling are excellent.
Comments
They are good in snow and off-road.  Drove in mountain fire roads around Big Bear Lake and San Gorgonio. Very good traction and they will last about 5-7 years.  After 5-7 years they don't handle that good on freeway or high speeds & i constantly get it rebalanced as free, but then i just buy a New Tire for around $90, so can't complain there.

Detailed Information

Type and Size
Tire Model
General / Grabber AT 2
Car Type
Light Truck / SUV
Season
All Season
Rim Diameter
14 / 15 / 16 / 17 / 18 / 20 "
Width
205 / 215 / 225 / 235 / 245 / 255 / 265 / 275 / 285 / 295 / 305 / 315 mm
Aspect Ratio
50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70 / 75 / 80 / 85 %
Construction
Radial
Special Features
Runflat
No
Mud and Snow
No
Extra Load
Optional
Speed and Load
Speed Index
H (max 130 mph) ... T (max 118 mph)
Load Index (max load for a tire)
 

General / Grabber AT 2 Sizes & Specifications

Rim Model Size Index Features Max load Revs per mile Max inflation pressure Load range Tread depth Section width Overall diameter Tire weight Sidewall styling Approved rim width Measured rim width Price
R15 205/75 R15 97T 205/75 R15 97T 1609 767 44 SL 14 8.0 27.1 24.0 OWL 5.5 - 7 5.5
R15 215/75 R15 100S 215/75 R15 100S 1764 750 44 SL 14 8.5 27.7 28.3 OWL 5.5 - 7 6.0
R15 225/70 R15 100S 225/70 R15 100S 1764 758 44 SL 16 9.0 27.4 30.0 OWL 6 - 7 6.5
R15 235/75 R15 104/101S 235/75 R15 104/101S 1985 719 50 C 16 9.3 28.9 33.3 OWL 6 - 7 6.5
R16 215/70 R16 100T 215/70 R16 100T 1764 745 44 SL 14 8.7 27.9 28.2 BW 5.5 - 7 6.5
R16 225/75 R16 108S XL 225/75 R16 108S XL 2205 709 51 XL 16 8.8 29.3 32.5 OWL 6 - 7 6.0
R16 235/70 R16 106T 235/70 R16 106T 2094 716 44 SL 14 9.4 29.0 31.3 OWL 6 - 8 7.0
R16 235/85 R16 120/116S 235/85 R16 120/116S 3085 655 80 E 16 9.3 31.7 48.0 OWL 6 - 7 6.5
R16 245/75 R16 120/116S 245/75 R16 120/116S 3085 681 80 E 16 9.8 30.5 44.4 OWL 6.5 - 8 7.0
R16 255/70 R16 111S 255/70 R16 111S 2403 690 44 SL 16 10.2 30.1 37.8 OWL 6.5 - 8.5 7.5
R16 265/70 R16 112S 265/70 R16 112S 2469 679 44 SL 16 10.7 30.6 40.5 OWL 7 - 9 8.0
R16 265/75 R16 121R 265/75 R16 121R
From 156.2
R16 265/75 R16 121/118R 265/75 R16 121/118R
From 154.2
R16 265/75 R16 123/120Q 265/75 R16 123/120Q 3415 657 80 E 16 10.5 31.6 52.2 OWL 7 - 8 7.5
R16 285/75 R16 121R 285/75 R16 121R
R16 285/75 R16 121/118R 285/75 R16 121/118R
From 190.3
R16 285/75 R16 122/119Q 285/75 R16 122/119Q 3305 633 65 D 16 11.3 32.8 56.7 OWL 7.5 - 9 8.0
R16 295/75 R16 123/120Q 295/75 R16 123/120Q 3415 622 65 D 16 11.6 33.4 56.3 OWL 7.5 - 9.5 8.0
R16 305/70 R16 118/115Q 305/70 R16 118/115Q 2910 633 50 D 16 12.2 32.8 57.6 OWL 8 - 9.5 9.0
R16 315/75 R16 121Q 315/75 R16 121Q 3195 600 50 D 16 12.3 34.6 62.9 OWL 8 - 10 8.5
R17 235/80 R17 120/117Q 235/80 R17 120/117Q 3085 653 80 E 16 9.3 31.8 46.1 OWL 6 - 7 6.5
R17 245/75 R17 121/118R 245/75 R17 121/118R 3195 659 80 E 16 9.7 31.5 49.1 OWL 6 - 7 7.0
R17 255/65 R17 110S 255/65 R17 110S 2337 690 44 SL 16 10.2 30.1 38.1 OWL 7 - 9 7.5
R17 255/70 R17 112S 255/70 R17 112S 2469 668 44 SL 16 10.2 31.1 38.8 BW 6.5 - 8.5 7.5
R17 265/65 R17 112S 265/65 R17 112S 2469 679 44 SL 16 10.7 30.6 39.3 OWL 7.5 - 9.5 8.0
R17 265/70 R17 121/118Q 265/70 R17 121/118Q 3195 657 80 E 16 10.7 31.6 52.4 OWL 7 - 9 8.0
R17 285/70 R17 121/118R 285/70 R17 121/118R 3195 635 80 E 16 11.5 32.7 57.5 OWL 7.5 - 9 8.5
R17 315/70 R17 121/118R 315/70 R17 121/118R 3195 604 65 D 16 12.7 34.4 64.3 OWL 8.5 - 10 9.5

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16 September, 2018 22:57 by Matthew Mitchell
4
More than 6 months
Off‑road
What is good?
Dry Performance
Handling
Price/Quality
Snow/Ice Performance
Treadwear
Traction and handling are excellent.
Comments
They are good in snow and off-road.  Drove in mountain fire roads around Big Bear Lake and San Gorgonio. Very good traction and they will last about 5-7 years.  After 5-7 years they don't handle that good on freeway or high speeds & i constantly get it rebalanced as free, but then i just buy a New Tire for around $90, so can't complain there.

Questions and Answers

  • Sep 11, 2019
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  • Jun 20, 2016
    Video

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    Campus Automotive 1208 N Main St Blacksburg, In this off road tire review we test out the General Grabber AT2 which is one of my favorite All Terrain Tires. We used two Jeep WJ's and a OBS Bronco.

  • Jun 10, 2016
    Video

    General Tire Grabber AT2 - English

    General Grabber™ AT² Tough all-terrain tire designed with aggressive, self-cleaning tread that provides off-road traction, durability and impressive performance. 5-row tread pattern with multiple traction edges - Innovative tread design promotes uncompromising off road traction.

  • Mar 29, 2016
    Video

    Tested: All-Season vs. All-Terrain Tires for Jeeps and SUVs | Tire Rack

    For most truck, SUV or Jeep drivers using all-terrain tires, most of their miles are spent on paved roads that link periodic off-road adventures or driving needs. One common question we're asked from vehicle owners considering the switch to all-terrain tires: what are the differences/trade-offs in on-road driving behavior?

  • Feb 06, 2016
    Video

    General Grabber AT2 - After one year of use