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Tire Size: 235/75R17
Serv. Desc: 109S
UTQG: 640 A B
Max Load: 2271 lbs
Warranty (mi.) 60,000
Availability: Call for availability
4.7 out of 5Submitted by E in Maryland on 10/15/2014(2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition)
3.45 out of 5Submitted by MCK in Wisconsin on 10/11/2014(1996 Nissan Pathfinder LE)
Have had them only a few days and cannot give fair evaluation of them...yet.
I am impressed with dry condition handling, and the ride is very smooth - especially for an SUV (light duty truck). Good dry weather tire.
4.85 out of 5Submitted by Huffy in Pennsylvania on 10/8/2014(2010 Ford Escape Limited)
Put 30k on these with no issues, 4/32 of tread left. With winter coming on, I decided to buy a new set. I am sure I could have run them another 10k otherwise. I have had my Escape in a few woodsy places and always made it back. Overall, I was very pleased with these tires.
5 out of 5Submitted by RI in Rhode Island on 7/31/2014(2006 Chevrolet Trucks Silverado 2500 HD LT Crew Cab)
6.6 Duramax Diesel 4x4. I only got 3 years and 45k miles on my OEM Bridgestone Duravis tires. The sidewall cracked too much for me to continue to use them, and the tread was pretty well worn. I bought these General Grabber HTS tires in July of 2009 (265x75x16 E). I have over 70K on these tires and there is still plenty of tread left. They are nice and quiet on the highway, and they performed well in the New England seasonal weather. I tow a 35 foot camper about 5 times a year, and these tires have stood up very well. I rotate them every 6 months religiously. I always check the tire pressure and keep them at 58 - 60 psi for both front and rear for daily driving. These tires were a very good buy, and I will definitely consider them again for my next set.
My only negative thing to say is that they are very difficult to balance and keep balanced. I ended up using some balancing beads inside the tires to keep them balanced. The balancing beads made a huge difference.
2.45 out of 5Submitted by Ricky in Texas on 2/13/2014(2007 Hyundai Trucks Santa Fe GLS)
Had for less than 2 years. Tread is almost gone. Mostly light city driving. Highway driving is rough-riding and noisy. Would not recommend or buy these tires again.
4.15 out of 5Submitted by robert in New York on 12/19/2013(2003 Ford Vans E-150 Club Wagon Chateau)
Solid performer. Works well with the full size van. Out lasts the warranty by 20,000 miles!
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Danny in Pennsylvania on 11/21/2013(2007 Toyota Trucks FJ Cruiser 4x4 (17 Inch Option))
Like I said in my review of the Grabber AT2, I only run these tires in the summer months just because snow traction is not very good, but then again what do you expect from street tread. I like them, they are quiet, ride well, and have about 38,000 miles on them. After that many miles, I'm happy enough with them to say yes, I will buy another set.
4.3 out of 5Submitted by Josh in South Carolina on 11/16/2013(2008 Jeep Trucks Commander Sport)
Had these on our family vehicle and they were great.
2.5 out of 5Submitted by Daponte in Massachusetts on 11/2/2013(2005 Honda Trucks Pilot EX)
Not a good tire for New England weather.
5 out of 5Submitted by Tricia in Pennsylvania on 7/29/2013(2012 Toyota Trucks Highlander Base)
I just got these tires over the weekend to replace my original tires. Let me tell you the difference is night and day. It rides so smooth and I feel like I have a new car. I hear they're good in the rain, but I didn't get to try that yet. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a nice quiet ride.
4.55 out of 5Submitted by Trevor in Pennsylvania on 2/6/2013(2004 Kia Trucks Sorento LX)
Great tire for the price, very little tread wear after 30,000 miles. Run these tires 70 to 100 miles a day. Work's great in 4x4.
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