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General Grabber AT2

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Product Information

MSRP: $800.00
Average Price: $299.70
Manufacturer: General
Yes: 117 / No: 2

From General's site:

Grabber™ AT2
An all-terrain tire with an attitude, the Grabber™ AT2 has an aggressive tread pattern that provides extreme traction in the harshest environments.


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Empir3x's Reviews
09-02-2015, 09:12 AM
Price: $167.00
Pros: quiet, smooth on the road. great road traction in dry and wet conditions.
Cons: not the prettiest tire.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: If you are looking for a budget tire that performs the way you would expect for $167 a tire... this is for you. I am happy with the buy.

Also, for northerners, they come from the factory with spike locations if needed.

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per5ico's Reviews
08-25-2015, 05:08 PM
Price: $150.00
Pros: very quiet
Cons: N/A
Recommended? Yes

Comments: 35x1250R15 General Grabber tires

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BlueberryHill's Reviews
04-09-2015, 04:14 PM
Price: $175.00
Pros: Great in snow/ice, quiet on pavement.
Cons: Haven't found any yet, going on 3 years.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These were recommended by one of the installers at the local Tire Warehouse. He put these on his 2wd pickup for his wife for winter driving and raved about how good they were in snow. Compared to BFG AT's they were less expensive so I gave them a try. I'm very satisfied and recommend them.


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DocterWrangler's Reviews
11-03-2014, 01:26 PM
Price: $119.00
Pros: Very deep tread, grab on to any surface look aggressive, long tread life
Cons: Not very good in deep sticky mud
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These tires have very deep tread, nearly an inch deep 15/16ths measured. They stick to almost any surface, I couldn't make them spin on dry pavement when I tried. My old nexens were terrible about that. I have not experienced any hydro planing at all. I got mine super cheap from carmax with my wife's employee discount, 31x10.5r15 usually run around $140 on tirerack and discount tire direct.

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Rhinoed_ZJ's Reviews

08-21-2014, 03:13 PM
Price: $800.00
Pros: Aggressive for an A/T tire, not too loud, grips well on slick rocks
Cons: None so far
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I bought these tires a few months ago for my 97 ZJ. I was getting the death wobble really bad and tried a few different things and this was one of them. These tires ride very smooth and helped pretty much cure my DW, for the time being anyway lol. They are pretty quiet at 65 mph which was surprising. They are nice and aggressive for an A/T tire and grip really well on slippery rocks. Can't wait for some snow to mess around in. Definitely buying another set when the time comes.

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csacharuk's Reviews

07-08-2014, 09:00 AM
Price: $620.00
Pros: Aggressive tread Quiet on pavement Well built Look great on WK
Cons: None so far
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Just put a pair of 265/70/17 on my 2005 WK and love them so far. I have NOT noticed any significant changes in gas mileage, but considering it's summer and I'm running A/C it is hard to tell. No complaints what so ever about tire noise, these are quiet both on and off the highway. Havn't had the chance to take them offroad yet, but I don't doubt at all that they will preform well with their aggressive tread. No slippage/hydo in rain. Waiting to see how they are in the snow...but that will be a couple months.

I got a phenomenal deal on a set of these. $620 with balancing, mounting, new valve stems, old tires disposed of and alignment.

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ribeye88's Reviews
06-11-2014, 10:42 PM
Price: $143.00
Pros: Road noise is minimal
Cons: Should have gotten LT's instead.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Road noise ain't loud. It gets me through the mud and puddles.


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Mulvihill64's Reviews
05-23-2014, 01:27 PM
Price: $170.00
Pros: Good construction, aggressive tread
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Nice tire. Pretty aggressive tread for an A/T, and they perform well in most situations, aside from deep mud. Would definitely buy again, if I was looking for an A/T

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Skiff1776's Reviews

05-15-2014, 08:52 PM
Price: $800.00
Pros: Great looks, great price, good ride
Cons: None to speak of yet. But just installed today.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I've a 2007 JK with a 2"AEV body lift. These tires are rubbing against the front break lines and ABS line. I put them on the stock 16" steel rims today. I'm going to add wheel spacers and will post how that works

They look and ride great. No humming on pavement. I'll have them out on the trails this weekend.

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angrysnails's Reviews
05-12-2014, 10:15 AM
Price: $630.00
Pros: Best tire I've owned. Very aggressive for an A/T and reasonably priced.
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Thrilled with my tire choice. Wanted an aggressive tire, but did not want another M/T. I had 31x10.5x15 Destination M/T's on my XJ and was unhappy with how poorly they wore. Even with proper rotation they wore unevenly and chunked. Plus I do not go off-road as often anymore. I needed a great all around tire for highways, dirt roads, and snow. This tire exceeds all my expectations and I will be purchasing a new set in 50k or so.

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Penguin_Jeep's Reviews

04-19-2014, 06:45 AM
Price: $800.00
Pros: Very good in all conditions, lots miles out of a set
Cons: Picked up the odd nail, but thats probably my my heavy foot
Recommended? No

Comments: Excellent in deep snow and off road conditions. Sunshine and rain cause no cause for concern, even with spirited driving - I've never felt i needed more grip on a tight bend out on country roads.

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fohringer89's Reviews
04-09-2014, 09:27 AM
Price: $800.00
Pros: Quite ride wear nice.
Cons: None
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Overall good tire for the dd and weekend warrior. Haven't tryed any other tire yet but I really like these tires

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thecalkid's Reviews
03-28-2014, 03:22 AM
Price: $162.00
Pros: Meaty aggressive looks, quieter than most MT, great in snow, awesome in mud, does really well in rain, durable, warranty
Cons: very slight hum at highway speeds
Recommended? Yes

Comments: These tires look great on the WK! They turn heads and get compliments everywhere I go! I am running the 265/70/17 so they did require having the RC 2 inch lift, 1.5" wheel spacers, and the pinchweld mod. The stance looks great and the tires give you awesome traction in snow, mud, gravel, rain or what ever nature throws at you. There is however a little more of a hum when driving on the road.

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Murrari's Reviews
03-22-2014, 10:09 AM
Price: $157.00
Pros: Inexpensive, perform well.
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I enjoy these tires, they are quiet on road, perform well in snow, and perform well off-road. If you want a decent all-terrain tire this is it!

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CHULOGORDO82's Reviews
03-20-2014, 02:04 AM
Price: $770.00
Pros: loose dirty 8/10 rocks dry 8/10 look 10/10 snow 8/10 3ft deep water 8/10
Cons: mud 6/10 wet rocks 6/10
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Aired down to 20 psi
Got me through the green trails at Rausch creek
Looks good on the dub


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GreenliftedTJ97's Reviews

02-04-2014, 01:00 PM
Price: $750.00
Pros: one of the smoothest riding tires I have ever had. Great traction in rain, snow & dry weather.
Cons: haven't found one
Recommended? Yes

Comments: contrary to what other say here, this is one of the smoothest riding tires I have ever seen. I came off of Cooper ATR's for reference. Very happy with them.

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crom's Reviews
12-31-2013, 10:52 AM
Price: $148.00
Pros: Affordable, good as BFG ATs, better than Goodyear Wrangler ATs
Cons: none I have found
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Lightweight - helps mileage, good traction for all conditions - have not tried in mud.

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cbenke01's Reviews
12-01-2013, 02:37 PM
Price: $100.00
Pros: A lot better traction. Cheaper version of bfg
Cons: Might grab too much
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I bought these off tire rack. Ordered Thursday came Friday. The grabbers grab!! Need to invest in mudflaps cuz it kicks up mud. Work great in mud and snow

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andrewk's Reviews
11-09-2013, 06:23 PM
Price: $133.00
Pros: nice ride.good in snow
Cons: none
Recommended? Yes

Comments: great for price,nice ride, had them for years on several vehicles

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OlYellerTJ's Reviews

07-14-2013, 09:15 PM
Price: $620.00
Pros: Aggressive tread pattern, and better price point than BFG All Terrain T/A. Excellent dry and wet pavement traction; haven't used them in mud, yet... Quiet tread design
Cons: Ice but they're not Blizzaks or studded.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: My 2002 Sport is my DD but I do like to go out for a little light wheeling. I bought a set of four 30X9.5X15 to replace a very worn, inferior set of LT A/T tires. I looked at several other brands of tires that are highly recommended on several Jeep and 4X4 forums but I kept coming back to the General Grabber AT2. American made, reasonable price point, and two different tire dealers recommended them over the other, most comparable tire.

With over 5K miles on them, and one rotation, I am very pleased with them. They ride well for a LT tire when properly aired up or down as the situation demands. I haven't hit ice, real mud or snow yet but wonderful traction on and off road, wet and dry Vs my old tires. And they look good, too. They get my recommendation!

30.Nov.14--I now have about 27,000 miles on these tires, time for an update:
Having racked up a hair over half of their rated life (50,000 miles), I can say the tread looks great. I expect to exceed 50K for the life of these tires, based on my style of driving, and maintenance.
For my wife's anniversary gift, we spent today wheeling with some friends, a couple of whom are on this forum. Nothing too strenuous, on old, un-maintained roads in a state forest. A few ledges, washed out areas, an abandoned meadow and field, deep, muddy ruts, and a few puddles. OTOH, there was 3"-6" of slushy, wet snow to make it a little more challenging. Some of the roads were un-tracked but not anymore!
I had my doubts but the Generals handled well! They pulled me, with lots of coaxing, out of deep, muddy ruts. On thin, off-camber parts of the trail, I didn't slide into rocks or trees--a feeling I became all too familiar with in a couple of pickups in the past.
Picking my lines, except for clearance issues, they allowed me to keep up with a couple of Jeeps on 35"-37", lauded (exalted) Duratracs. They couldn't get me over a log I high-centered. I took one by-pass around a ledge that was more than my stocker could clear. But, hey, we all turned around where the "road" had collapsed and slumped into a ravine.

For an all-terrain tire, they are pretty competent off the pavement, more so than I expected.

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