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General Grabber AT2 Radial Tire – 265/70R17 115S

General Grabber AT2 Radial Tire – 265/70R17 115S


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General Grabber AT2 Radial Tire - 265/70R17 115S

General Grabber AT2 Radial Tire - 265/70R17 115S For nearly a century, General Tire has been producing top quality tires for a number of different vehicles and driving environments.

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  1. 32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Tires, September 11, 2012
    By 
    K. Jones «fly guy» (Golden,Co) –
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    This review is from: General Grabber AT2 Radial Tire – 265/70R17 115S (Automotive)
    After checking local tire shops I found the best price on Amazon. Free shipping closed the deal. I run these tires on my FJ Cruiser. They are great for street driving but perform real well off road. We do some serious 4 wheeling in the Colorado Rockies and they work great crawling over rocks, boulders and in mud. They do great in snow as well.

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  2. 45 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    So here’s something interesting to consider…, January 13, 2014
    By 
    Steve

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    This review is from: General Grabber AT2 Radial Tire – 265/70R17 115S (Automotive)
    I bought these tires Nov. 9th 2013. I couldn’t have been happier when i got them. Awesome tread design. Excellent handling in the worst weather conditions. They are generally nice tires (no pun intended). Life was good for a few months. Now, here I am in January, and I find myself with a flat tire. I did not hit anything, nor were they over-inflated. My rear tire simply developed a half-inch/three quarter inch gash on the inside sidewall of the tire. Therefore, it cannot be patched. Now, I realize that defective tires are not uncommon. It happens to the best tire manufacturers. So, after I got done cursing and swearing while putting on my spare, I started to calm somewhat at the thought that these tires are practically brand new and are therefore probably still under warranty. They have to be right? I got them from Amazon right? They’re a reputable company right? Well, as it turns out I must have stumbled upon some sort of corporate grey area in which nobody really knows anything. I immediately get on the horn with Amazon since the tires were shipped from and sold by them under my prime membership (kinda the reason I bought them from here in the first place). I was told right away that they would replace them no problem, please hold while I get all of your information squared away. 5 minutes later, the Amazon rep comes back and says that they are unfortunately no longer in stock, and there is no set date as to when they will be again. He then offers me a full refund including return shipping costs but I have to send my old one back before I get refunded. Sounds great. Another 5 minutes on hold. While on hold I start to think to myself, «Gee I wonder if it would be better for me to contact the manufacturer directly and file a claim through their warranty that way I can get a replacement tire at the same time?» The Amazon rep comes back on and I ask him about this. He then starts a three-way conference call with me, him and a customer service rep from General Tire. This is where things start to go wrong. The General Tire rep proceeds to tell us that the tires are NOT covered under their warranty because they have no warranty. The reason for this is that Amazon is NOT a licensed dealer of General Tires, despite the fact that I, along with several other individuals, bought them from Amazon. Therefore, while I am getting fully refunded for the defective tire, I am left with three other tires that are not under warranty. My 90 day return window ends in a few weeks, and after that I am helpless to do anything with them if they go bad. I do not know for sure what happened here, but I have a theory: If one reads General Tire’s Limited return warranty information packet for replacement tires, only the original owner is covered. Now, in theory, I should be considered the original owner, but if Amazon is not a licensed dealer, but are selling them anyway, then THEY are considered the original owner. Right? Whatever, all I know is that I now have three practically new tires that are not covered from any defects after the end of this month. So the moral of the story here is, if you are buying tires from Amazon, look into whether they have a warranty, because if not they’re probably only covered for 90 days as opposed to up to a year or two like they’re supposed to be.

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  3. 22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Once you go General Grabber AT2, you never go back, September 23, 2012
    By 
    TyCambo

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    This review is from: General Grabber AT2 Radial Tire – 265/70R17 115S (Automotive)
    Had these on a Honda Ridgeline. Loved them. Amazing in snow, great on the highway, and quiet.

    Sold the Ridgeline for a F150. Swapped the stock tires for the AT2s right away. Found the cheapest prices for them here. Surprised that Amazon had them in stock too, tirerack AND discount tire direct were backordered.

    Truck looks great, mpg improved…very happy.

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