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General Grabber AT2
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Review of the General Grabber AT2 All Terrain Tire

The General Grabber AT2 is General Tire's All-Terrain tire designed and developed for pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles that need a tire that will perform well in all conditions while providing a degree of offroad traction. General Tire designed the Grabber AT2 to meet these expectations and does provide exceptional traction over all-terrains in dry, wet and snowy conditions.  Highlighted features of the General The Grabber AT2 include a chip and tear resistant, highly siped all-terrain tread compound.  It's 5-Row Tread Pattern is highly siped to provide exceptional traction in it's class in wet weather conditions as well as in winter weather driving conditions.  The moderately aggressive computer optimized tread pattern helps the tire to remain relatively quiet during road and highway driving.  Internally the General Grabber AT2 carcass structure includes twin steel belts on top of a 2-ply polyester cord sidewall to combine strength and durability with a uniform ride.  Offroad the General Grabber AT2 performs well for an AT tire in most offroad terrain conditions.   In conditions such as dirt, gravel, forested trails and sand, the Grabber AT2 finds decent traction especially when aired down a little, allowing the tire to conform better around obstacles and terrains.  In mud the General Grabber AT2 does well for an AT until the mud becomes deep and thick, which then quickly clogs the tread voids and traction is minimized however this clogged tread scenario is common with most All Terrain tires and the Grabber AT2 is about average in this area when compared to other AT tires.  The Grabber AT2 is designed to do well in snow and as most users report, it does very well in winter driving conditions and the outer tread lugs are designed to accommodate studs for enhanced winter traction.  Size availability is good with many sizes to choose from and the Grabber AT2 is priced right for may budgets.

Manufacturers description of this tire: 

An All-Terrain Tire with an Attitude

The Grabber AT2 has an aggressive tread pattern that provides extreme traction in the harshest environments.

Optimized 5-Row Tread Pattern: Five rows of aggressive, gripping, biting, self-cleaning tread lugs for commanding performance on and off the road.

Advanced Cut & Chip Resistant Tread Compound: 17/32" of the meanest, cut & chip resistant tread compound that enjoys running over rough terrain.

Square Tread Contour: Nothing square about this tire except the tread contour, when shape does matter for commanding surface contact.

Traction Ridges: When the trail gets sloppy, traction ridges at the base of every groove give added traction to pull you through.

Rim Protector Flange: When the trail gets tough, the built in rim protector shields your cherished rims from damage and repels debris from the bead to get you back home.

Snowflake Approved: No problem when the weather turns snowy. This snowflake approved tire chews and claws its way through.



  • Optimized 5-Row Tread Pattern
  • Advanced Cut & Chip Resistant Tread Compound
  • Square Tread Contour
  • Traction Ridges
  • Rim Protector Flange
  • Snowflake Approved
Features Benefits
5-row tread pattern with multiple
traction edges
Great traction in all conditions
Extra-deep tread pattern Long lasting tread
Highly-engineered acoustic
tread pattern
Quiet ride
Snowflake approved and
studdable design
Meets the severe snow service requirements
of the RMA and RAC


The General Grabber AT2 is offered in the following sizes:

Series Size Load Speed Index
14 27x8.50R14LT 95Q
15 30x9.50R15LT 104S
31x10.50R15LT 109S
32x11.50R15LT 113Q (Coming fall 2006)
33x12.50R15LT 108S
35x12.50R15LT 113Q
75 205/75R15 97T
215/75R15 100S
225/75R15 102S
LT225/75R15 115/112Q (Coming fall 2006)
LT235/75R15 104/101S
235/75R15 109S
70 225/70R15 100S
255/70R15 108S
265/70R15 112T
16 85 LT235/85R16 120/116S
75 225/75R16 108S
LT245/75R16 120/116S
LT265/75R16 123/120Q
LT285/75R16 122/119Q
LT295/75R16 123/120Q
LT315/75R16 121Q
70 215/70R16 100T
235/70R16 106T
245/70R16 107T
255/70R16 111S
265/70R16 112T
LT305/70R16 118/115Q
65 215/65R16 98T
255/65R16 109T
17 70 265/70R17 115S
LT315/70R17 121/118Q (Coming fall 2006)
65 265/65R17 112T (Coming fall 2006)
18 60 255/60R18 112H (Coming fall 2006)
55 255/55R18 109H
20 50 305/50R20 120T (Coming fall 2006)

H = up to 130 mph; Q = up to 100 mph; S = up to 112 mph; T = up to 118 mph

Manufacturer Info:

General Tire Corporation
Continental Tire North America, Inc.
General Tire
Corporate Office Commercial Group
1800 Continental Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28273
Phone: (704) 583-3900
Fax (704) 583-8737



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Rating  Key - The star rating keys are specific to the terrain being rated in the review.  To the Top 
Don't even consider it if this is your main terrain. This tire will not perform well at all in this terrain.

Its trying but not doing too well.  You'd be better off choosing another for this terrain.

Average.  Its doing ok, not great but its holding its own.  A decent choice if you're compromising.

This tire does very well in this terrain but its not the best tire available however still a very good choice.

This tire performs exceptionally well in this terrain.  Among the best suited for this terrain.

Size Availability - This is a one to three thumbs up snapshot rating where one mean poor selection, two means ok and three means great.  Check with suppliers or manufacturers for actual available sizes.  While this rating system is vague, we couldn't possibly list all available sizes with size selection changing over time.  Please see manufacturer for list of sizes in production.

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