General Truck Tires

Based on test results and consumer preferences, these two General truck tires are in the spotlight:
 
Grabber HTS (Highway All-Season Light Truck/SUV Tire): Shortly after its introduction in 2008, we were able to conduct a comparison test with this tire and others like it. The HTS led the group in ride quality, minimizing the impact of imperfections found on the road, and also in its handling performance. Read the full synopsis of our test: "Sooner or Later You'll Own Generals—Maybe Now is the Time." 

Grabber AT 2 (On-/Off-Road All-Terrain Light Truck/SUV Tire): Though we haven't tested this tire in any official Real World Road Rides or Performance Track Tests, we can confirm that it's a great tire based on what our consumers are saying. Here's an example: "First major snow storm came so we went out in the truck and really tested the new tires. We went out to the biggest hill in the city, drove halfway up and came to a full stop and started again. We had absolutely no problems. When the streets changed to glare ice they provided excellent performance as well. We had already tried the truck in deep wet mud and the tires performed above expectations." -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, Toyota 4-Runner, ON

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Comments

Friday, May 4, 2012 by Bill

I am lifting 2006 4 runner 2.5" It has 17" rims... thinking of going to 20" will that fit. If not whats the biggest Mudder that you would suggest
Friday, May 4, 2012 by Ben@tirerack

20" will fit. At stock height we list 265/50R20 to fit. We do not have specific listings on what will clear a 2.5" lift with that truck.

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