Originally Posted by Hollywood22
My stock Dunlops AT20's are at 90,000km's and I have been doing some research in the Wheels and Tires section for a tire replacement.
I'm looking at going up in size to a 265/70R17's and something that has more of an aggressive look, but won't crush my mpg's.
I've narrowed it down to a few tires but the General Grabber AT2's are on sale right now for a good price. $172.49each.
Any feedback from the guys/gals who are running this tire would be greatly appreciated. ride/change in mpg's/durability etc.
I did try and do a search but with no luck.
Thanks in advance.
Did you try Discount Tires direct
website for reviews ??? or any other on-line tire stores site for the same.???
I have Grabber 2's BUT this is their 1st storm...so out of 8-10" of wet snow to move for the plow..just fine..out to the mailbox and back just fine...
Now for real life ..my Michelin's LTX are the "Balls"...pulled my Ridgeline through blizzard conditions without a problem...
My advice, find a dealer you trust that will service all 3; tires ,vehicle and CUSTOMER for the life of the tires and make the purchase..
For the snow flakes...1) Nitto Terra Grapplers, 2) Grabber 2's or if $$$ is no problem MICHELIN's- these LTX's wear like iron ,no road noise and have traveled I-95 corridor for 50k...