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  • Review of: General Grabber

  • I%C2%BFve had my Grabber Red labels on my Tahoe for 60,000 miles now and still have a lot of tread left. No issues when going off-road climbing hills, running the sand dunes in Pismo Beach, running river beds, and playing in the mud%21 Definitely buying another set soon %21

  • Review of: General Grabber ST

  • After driving on Continental tires, these General Grabbers are a joy to drive on. They handle well on wet and snowy surfaces and I have driven in snow up to 5-6 in. and had excellent traction. Really like these tires.

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  • Review of: General Grabber HTS

  • I am a tough reviewer of tires, and maybe its because I came off of awful REVO%27s, but for the price, this is a darn good tire. I%27ve got just shy of 30K on these things and they are still quiet and will last another winter/summer. The Santa Fe is a difficult vehicle to put a tire on - its a…

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  • Review of: General Grabber ST

  • After driving on Continental tires, these General Grabbers are a joy to drive on. They handle well on wet and snowy surfaces and I have driven in snow up to 5-6 in. and had excellent traction. Really like these tires.

  • Review of: General Grabber ST

  • After driving on Continental tires, these General Grabbers are a joy to drive on. They handle well on wet and snowy surfaces and I have driven in snow up to 5-6 in. and had excellent traction. Really like these tires.

  • Review of: General Grabber

  • I%C2%BFve had my Grabber Red labels on my Tahoe for 60,000 miles now and still have a lot of tread left. No issues when going off-road climbing hills, running the sand dunes in Pismo Beach, running river beds, and playing in the mud%21 Definitely buying another set soon %21

  • Review of: General Grabber

  • I%C2%BFve had my Grabber Red labels on my Tahoe for 60,000 miles now and still have a lot of tread left. No issues when going off-road climbing hills, running the sand dunes in Pismo Beach, running river beds, and playing in the mud%21 Definitely buying another set soon %21

  • Review of: General Grabber

  • I%C2%BFve had my Grabber Red labels on my Tahoe for 60,000 miles now and still have a lot of tread left. No issues when going off-road climbing hills, running the sand dunes in Pismo Beach, running river beds, and playing in the mud%21 Definitely buying another set soon %21

  • Review of: General Grabber TR

  • …I don%27t do alot of off-road driving, so I can%27t say they are a great dirt/mud tire. But for highway and city they run great. I haul a 5000 lb truck camper on my 3500 Silverado dually, and they handle it very well. I am very impressed overall with these General TR%27s, and would highly recommend.

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