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  1. 1st Gen w/ Stock Wheels - 215/75/15 Grabber, please advise

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    Hello All, This is my first post with CRVOC after getting my 1st CRV last week. The tires were cooked so I opted for a 215/75/15 set of Grabber AT's which are in the mail. I have done a lot of reading and this size seems to be the go to for some people and troublesome for others. I'm going to...
  2. Anyone want some 215/70/16 general grabber at2?

    Mid-Atlantic CR-V Owners
    Got 5 brand new never installed since I couldn't get the lift kit installed. $400 obo located smack in the middle between annapolis and baltimore. 410-991-0342 I don't check this site enough during my work day to warrant a fast response from PM or thread reply.
  3. General Grabber AT2 on 2013 CR-V

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    After spending a lot of time looking at different tire options for a CR-V I just bought, I decided on the General Grabber AT2 tires. The tire shop guy told me all the good reasons why he recommended the Yokohama G055 over these. My goals were this: not have what I consider to be a three season...
  4. Anyone tried General Grabber GT's

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    Hi all, looking for some summer rubber for my 02 CRV and would appreciate any comments & recommendations. For the winter I have Cooper Discoverer M+S2 so all season not needed. The only time I go off the road is if I'm going over a field towing a camping trailer or parking up at car shows so a...
  5. General Grabber HTS

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    Just replaced the Continental 4 x 4 tires with the General Grabbers HTS which were top rated by Consumer reports. Anyone else have these? 2007 CRV Ex-L w/ Nav
  6. TYRES: I'm thinking of buying General Grabber ATs any advice? Please

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    I've just bought a 2.2 diesel CR-V Sport(2006 model) and as I venture into the forest fairly regularly I wanted to buy a tyre that would be best all-rounder as I don't want to change wheels each time as I will not do a huge annual mileage to justify it. The Grabber AT's seem to get a great...
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