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|General Grabber AT 2||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 9.33|
2002 Chevrolet Suburban 4wd
|Miles driven on tires:||35,000|
|Location:||Long Beach, NY|
Initial Review, 35,000 Miles on Tires
Purchased these tires from Tire Rack about 5 years ago since my vendor (I have a shop) does not carry this brand & I wanted to try them out. Very easy to balance & have not had any problems with tires going out of balance. Fantastic performance on rain, snow & ice, drove in 2 large snow storm 19 & 32 & never got stuck or felt any slipping in fact they push so hard in the snow that even in 2wd I managed to rip off my fog lights from all the snow my bumper was pushing. On a trip to Canada I got caught in freezing rain & kept seeing cars sliding off the highway, it wasnt until I pulled over to help a driver and fell on my backside that I realized how bad the road was. Hit a very large puddle on the highway at speed & I was shocked at how well they dissipated the water. Loved them so much I put them on 3 other trucks. Very quiet on the pavement for an A/T tire. Used them only once on mud, sand & dirt but so far very happy although they do grab small pebbles and fling them out when back on the pavement. 35k miles on them and still 80%+ tread remaining. Best A/T tire I have owned so far.