Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

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Vehicle: 2007 GMC Sierra C1500 Crew Cab
Miles Driven on Tires: 300
Location: Little Rock, AR
Driving Condition: Combined Off Road/Highway
Driving Style: Average
General Grabber AT 2
Initial Review: 300 miles on tires
October 20, 2012

I researched several weeks on tire reviews and tests on the A/T class of tires, the General Grabber AT2 were ranked very high....This particular tire had a very good price and great reviews so i thought what the heck I'll try them out.....I would have to say they are way better than i expected! I thought the original tires that came with the truck (Goodyear Wrangler AT) were good until i put these bad boys on....The ride was much smoother, quieter, way better on wet pavement, and way more aggressive looking than the stock goodyear at....I read a couple reviews on here where a couple said they got bead problems but that is not a defect of the tire thats attributed to the installer not using lubricants or forcing the tire on the rim thus damaging the tire...I would recommend doing a little research on tire installers in the area that do good work and not short steps on the installation process.....The local wal-mart in my area did good work on installing so i had them mount,balance, and use new stems on 4 tires with a grand total with tax for $21...which i thought was a great deal!

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