The Grabber Red Letter is the company’s enhanced traction tire that is built for drivers of two wheel drive and four wheel drive SUVs and trucks. The Grabber has a sporty red lettering sidewall along with a tough 3 ply tread construction designed for the most challenging of terrains.
General Grabber Tires (Our Review)
General tires sport their tough Duragen tread compound and patented Chamfer and Strake tread pattern that provides vertical edge shoulder blocks to resist against punctures and ultimately enhance grip on all types of terrain. The shoulder blocks have an alternating step in and step out design to them and Chamfered lug corners that provide increased traction in sand, silt, dirt and mud.
General uses the latest in road noise reduction on this tire, combined with Acoustic Modulation Sound Technology which noticeably reduces road noise and is raved about by drivers using this tire. On the inside of the tire are two steel belts with a 3-ply carcass for added durability and strength on all road surfaces.
Along with this, General has incorporated Reactive Contour Technology which drastically improves tread life and provides more even tread wear and a longer lifespan. Overall, these tires are infused with the latest technology to give drivers confidence when needed on all types of terrain.
- Excellent acoustics for reduction in road noise
- Deep tread for great traction on all terrain
- Exceptional grip on dirt, sand, gravel and rock surfaces
- Great tread life with prolonged lifespan
- Smooth and comfortable ride on the highways
- Regarded as expensive compared to competitors
- Stiff on normal road surface
Vehicles That Can Use General Grabber tires
The General Grabber tires are built for drivers of four wheel drive and two wheel drive trucks and SUVs looking to challenge all types of terrain.
- Toyota Highlander
- Toyota Tundra
- Nissan Titan
- Nissan Pathfinder
- Jeep Grand Cherokee
- Honda CR-V
- Ford F250
- Chevrolet Silverado
- Chevrolet Colorado
- GMC Canyon
Sizes and Specs
- 31X10.50R15/C 109Q SRL
- 33X12.50R15/C 108Q SRL
- 35X12.50R15/C 113Q SRL
- LT265/75R16/C 112Q SRL
- LT285/75R16/E 126Q SRL
- LT315/75R16/D 121Q SRL
- 33X12.50R17/C 105Q SRL
- 35X12.50R17/E 121Q SRL
- LT275/70R18/E 125Q SRL
- 33X12.50R18/E 118Q BSW
- 35X12.50R18/E 123Q SRL
- 35X12.50R18/E 123Q BSW
- LT315/50R20/D 112Q BSW
- 35X12.50R20/E 121Q SRL
- 35X12.50R20/E 121Q BSW
Prices on the General Red Lettering range from approximately $180 and upwards. You may also find occasional discounts, coupons, rebates and special offers on this tire.
General provides a limited tread warranty on this model. Tire uniformity is guaranteed for one-year or the first 2/32 inch of wear. Materials and workmanship are warranted for 6-years and include free replacement during the first year or first 2/32 inch of wear. A prorated amount is given for the remaining time period or down to the final 2/32 inch of tread depth. A 30-day customer satisfaction trial is also provided.
General Grabber Tires Customer Reviews
Allan says: “Purchased a set of General Grabbers for my Dodge 3/4 ton, and they’re great tires! I live on the side of a mountain, and I have to plow a very steep 200 foot driveway. The Grabbers have great traction on my steep driveway, and I’d highly recommend them for snow use. They have excellent traction in the rain, sharp looking on the truck, and wear very, very well. I love these tires and plan to buy another set as soon as these wear out!”Allan posted (5 / 5) review
Austin says: “Have a lot of miles on the tires almost to the tread wear marks and still will go through almost anything great in sand snow and they ride nice on the roads you can hear them when you are driving but it’s not bad for an off road tire will be buying another set”Austin posted (5 / 5) review