The new DOT legal General Grabber is engineered with rugged good looks and race-proven performance. Its tough, three-ply reinforced body construction and a race-proven tread compound stand up to the rigors of both off-road and highway conditions, said General. The durability of the new General Grabber’s aggressive, self-cleaning tread pattern includes continuous tread blocks and precisely spaced lugs with a high void ratio to actively protect against the threat of tread damage. A patented “strake and chamfer” technology allows the new Grabber to dig in to muddy terrain while a puncture resistant sidewall and specially-designed rim protection assures the tire can stand up in any terrain, says General. The new Grabber will be available in the third quarter of 2009 and will come in 14 of the most popular light truck sizes from 15- to 20-inch wheel diameters.
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