Which is why, when General equipped the ATX with a treadwear warranty of up to 60,000 miles, most off-roaders immediately knew that this tire won’t go away too easily. One of the reasons why it lasts longer than most of its competitors is the DuraGen Technology of this tire.
What does ATX mean on tires?
The Grabber™ A/TX is an aggressive, all-season all-terrain tire for light trucks and SUVs. Designed to balance exceptional off-road capability with on-road performance and aggressive styling, this tire comes complete with Duragen Technology, which provides robust strength and durability.
Who makes General Grabber tires?
Continental Launches Second-Generation General Grabber Tires
Continental announced the launch of a new lineup of General tires for regional on and off-road all position use called General Grabber OA 2 and OA 2 Wide Base (WB).
How long do General Grabber AT2 last?
You will barely notice wear on the tire’s surface during the first 20,000 to 30,000 miles of riding. What’s more, the AT2 comes with a 60,000-mile treadwear warranty. So, whether you use these tires for towing or hauling heavy cargo, you can be confident that they will last a long time.