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Thoughts on the General Grabber ATX?


Cupton
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Just to update. I took the truck to my tire shop and they thought it was odd as well. They contacted General also and after a few phone calls back and forth between installer and General, they finally settled on a 75% credit. I also wrote up my concerns to General, contacted them again and mentioned how at only 6k miles I felt a 1:1 swap would be more appropriate. My concern is that if they were doing this at 6k, what’s going to happen at 7k or 12k. Could be cosmetic, or it could be bigger than that. Bottom line, General is taking care of me and doing a total swap. I let them know that other than this issue I’ve been really happy with the ATX and that all 3 of my vehicles have Continental/General tires on them as well as my dads ‘16 Sierra Denali, so I think that helped. We spend our tire money with Continental.

 

Should have the replacements mounted up in a couple days.

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25 minutes ago, dieselfan1 said:

I would have went with a better tire than Generals after seeing that.

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Seeing as how I couldn’t find anyone else in this forum or anywhere else I searched that had the same issue with the ATX’s I figured I can give them another shot. And since General just swapped them out and I didn’t have to pay for installation, I had nothing to lose.

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2 hours ago, dieselfan1 said:

I would have went with a better tire than Generals after seeing that.

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Good luck finding tires; or anything for that matter, that have never given anyone any issues.

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