Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS 60

I have had these tires on my Silverado for the summer. When I bought them I thought I was getting Altimax tires but was given Grabbers instead. The Altimax tires on my Subaru Forester have been fantastically quiet. These Grabbers scream like a banshee! I am very disappointed! When I compare the tread pattern to the Altimax the only difference I can see is...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

Only 1000 miles but I'll come back once they have a few more miles. Tires are great in the Houston rain (which is a lot lately). A little loose, but chalking that up to them being so new. A little more noise than the OEM tires, but not much at all, which I am surprised being that these are such an aggressive tread. So far, so good!   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS 60

I've had these tires for only about 500 miles, but they seem to be very good so far. They're a severe over kill size for the truck (275/60R17), but dry traction, especially cornering, is excellent. Quiet on the highway, and look good on the truck.   Read More

You Can Run But You Can't Hide From Mother Nature

Do you need to run winter / snow tires? If you're in a region that normally averages over a foot of snow or your vehicle comes equipped with summer tires from the factory, you should strongly consider installing winter tires. Dedicated snow tires will enhance an all-wheel drive vehicle's winter capability, make an intrinsically "bad-in-snow" car better and...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

I have only had these tires on for a few months... but what a huge difference they have made in my old hot rod truck. The lower rolling resistance has increased the mileage Dramatically, and with a big block with high Horsepower, that is a welcome change.. They are much more responsive, and the ease of turning on a 47 year old truck with no Power steering...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS 60

Initial thoughts after 300 miles.Very little road noise compares to oem contitrac. Good handling and dry traction. Tires were easily balanced at the local tire shop, North Country Tires in Blaine MN. The treads don't look too aggressive and I see a good amount sipes. Haven't tried it in wet condition yet, it's been dry during the last month. So far so...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS 60

These tires have performed very well for me. I live at Spokane, Washington and travel often to Portland, Oregon and Salt Lake, Utah. The conditions can be wintery or very rainy at where I live or on the highway. The HTS 60s give you great confidence, and handle these conditions very well. I'm also on the back roads in the fall and muddy roads do cause some...  Read More

Introducing the General Grabber X3

For those that don't know, I have been running the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires for the last two years. I have only about 35,000 miles on them, and they have approximately 50% tread depth remaining, but they were 315/70R17 (about 35" by 12.5") and I wanted to put larger tires on my Jeep. The General Grabber X3 (with red letters) was my choice in...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber Arctic LT

Great snow/ice tires! I put these on my Tahoe in Colorado this winter and rarely had to use 4 wheel drive with these babies on. The wear is great but I don't plan on using them year round (only in winter) so that is yet to be determined. But they run circles around the Bridgestone all terrains that I took off for these. Highly recommend for winter drving   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber Arctic LT

Great tires! Live in Colorado mountains. Constant changing weather and road conditions. Even in conditions of water on ice, a true test for any tire, no slippage. I drive in both 2 wheel and 4 wheel drive, depending upon time of day, road conditions, and traffic volume. Hunted off road with theses tires on truck in 8 inches of snow for three days. No issues,...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

I bought a set of General Grabber HTS' about two months ago. They are exactly what I wanted on this vehicle -- a good value, great in rain and snow, and acceptable for dry-weather driving. I've already taken two trips of around 500 miles and each time had opportunities to run them in snow. On an all-wheel-drive SUV I had no problems in up to 6 or 8 inches of...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

wanted white letter tires and looking for the 215/60r14 was impossible. so I switched my search to the light truck tires and found these tires and they fit perfectly. I have moved 3 times 3 states and they have performed flawlessly well beyond expectations all around. the tread wear so far they still look new. will buy again without hesitation.   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

I have driven these tire about 9500 miles. They are wearing very evenly (that means that my truck is in good alignment). Decent dry traction. Very quiet. I am disappointed in the tire wear. With only 9,500 miles on them, they is about 35-40% left. They are disappointing in snow and ice - therefore, I use the 4x4 feature. This helps of course, but even with...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

I have driven these tire about 9500 miles. They are wearing very evenly (that means that my truck is in good alignment). Decent dry traction. Very quiet. I am disappointed in the tire wear. With only 9,500 miles on them, they is about 35-40% left. They are disappointing in snow and ice - therefore, I use the 4x4 feature. This helps of course, but even with...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination LE 2

Purchased this tire stateside with road hazard as replacement for General Grabber. Initially satisfied with all normal driving conditions, as per Tire Rack's recommendations. MPG increased by .5 over the Grabber, which was already an increase of 1 MPG over the OEM Michelins. Only detractor was road noise increased, but it was minimal and worth the slight...  Read More

Best Tires for 2014 Subaru Outback

Out on the road today, it’s hard to drive far without seeing an Outback. In fact, Subaru vehicles in general have become very popular amongst outdoor enthusiasts, as well as families. With the generous cargo capacity, all-time AWD and off-road performance, this vehicle is going to be in your garage for several years. But when it’s time to replace the...  Read More

Ready or Not Winter 2017 is Coming

Last winter definitely started out slowly, but eventually January came round and winter got serious. Are you living in the snowbelt and wondering how bad the winter of 2017 is going to be? Nobody really knows, but we do know it's coming. Do you need to run winter / snow tires? If you're in a region that normally averages over a foot of snow, you should...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

Great tire so far with less than 500 miles. Tested in snow, rain and dry weather so far very impressive. Don't know if its me or the tire but sidewalls seem a little soft when cornering.   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

One of the very best sets of tires I have Ever owned. I have 60,000 on them now and can probably go to 70,000 to 75,000 and they have been quiet since day one. I have recommended these tires to others and they also love them.   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

I purchased the LT or Load Range E tires and I am very pleased with the added traction. The General's do great in mud and dirt and exceptionally well on the pavement. These tires do have a fair amount of noise on the highways and freeways, and are very responsive on pavement or dirt. I would definitely recommend these tires for anyone with a SUV/Truck and an...  Read More