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Is anyone running these? If so, how do they oerform. wear?
 

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Which one? Red letters? AT2?

Here's a link to our customer reviews: General tires for car & light truck

A couple of the guys in my office have run the red letters on their rigs. One on a lifted 4D Rubicon with a Hemi (37") and the other on an FJ Cruiser (33"). Both say they handle great off-road and track down the street and highway very well. both commended that they noticed the weight but on a full size truck you probably won't notice a big difference if you go up in size. The FJ cruiser owner mentioned he would want them sipped if he spend any time in the snow or on ice.
 

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I had a set of 35/12.50 -17 on my 07 cummins they rode good and were quiet for a off road tire. Only complaint i had was when pulling my gooseneck with a heavy load at hwy speeds the back would sway a little bit from the tall side walls. Ill probably be putting a set on my 2011 before to long when i put new tires on it.
 

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Which one? Red letters? AT2?

Here's a link to our customer reviews: General tires for car & light truck

A couple of the guys in my office have run the red letters on their rigs. One on a lifted 4D Rubicon with a Hemi (37") and the other on an FJ Cruiser (33"). Both say they handle great off-road and track down the street and highway very well. both commended that they noticed the weight but on a full size truck you probably won't notice a big difference if you go up in size. The FJ cruiser owner mentioned he would want them sipped if he spend any time in the snow or on ice.
What is the best price you could do on the red letter 35x12.5-17e?
 

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What is the best price you could do on the red letter 35x12.5-17e?
Sorry for the delay! Not sure how we missed your post.

Below is the link with our current mail order price on the 35x12.50-17 Grabber (red letter).

Tire Details - Discount Tire Direct

As always we guarantee the lowest out the door price so if a competitor ever has a cheaper advertised out the door price, we'll beat it :thumbsup:

Give us a call at 1.888.459.4080 and anyone of our sales agents would be happy to assist you with this purchase. Just make sure the agent you speak with knows you are a member here so the site receives credit.
 

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311$ per tire is way more than what i paid for mine. even if that includes mounting. you can find them for less. i like them alot, my only complaint would be on wet pavement they are a little greasy.
 

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I don't now when you purchased your set but keep in mind tire prices fluctuate with oil/fuel prices. What one might pay for tires this week can change, up or down, the following week.

Like we noted though, we guarantee the lowest out the door price so if a competitor does have a cheaper advertised out the door price, we'll beat it.
 

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I have General Grabbers AT2 on my truck and I can say that they are great and are wearing fine as kind . I put these tires on at 400 miles on my truck when it was new " I HATED THE STOCK MICHELIN "! and I just turned 9900 miles and I just rotated them kept the air on " light load " setting 60 front / 45 rear and they have done me very well !!! I would buy them again ! Oh they are 265/70/17 and run great !!!
 

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I have a set of red letters on my truck. I have been pretty impressed with them. Don't think it will be any problem to get over 30000 miles out of them. Off road they do very well, haven't got it stuck yet. I didn't get a lot of good testing on snow and ice but I will tell you they performed better than the toyo mts on my bros truck.
 

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I have these on my truck, currently sitting at 12K miles on them. They aren't a hard tire but I think I will easily get 40K out of them. I am also a person who likes new rubber so I most likely will still have 5 to 8 K left in them by the time I'm ready to change em out.
They are a phenominal snow tire. We had some major snow and ice for a week up here this last month and they did better then my previous BFG's AT's I had. I really like these tires and am more then happy with their performance rain or snow. I haven't had them on anything more then a logging roads so far but their comfortable when aired down. I haven't towed with them yet but I can see where they may be a bit squishy when loaded up.
 

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I just ordered a set of red letters for my 02 secound gen! Does anyone have a picture of them on there truck i want to see how good theyll look
 
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