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Old 11-04-2012, 08:13 PM   #31 (permalink)
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They make these for an 18" rim? What sizes do they make that will fit the Tundra?
Should have 33/12.5/18 and 35/12.5/18 G Grabber.


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Old 11-04-2012, 09:35 PM   #32 (permalink)
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I'm looking for 35x12.5x18 General Grabber red letter tires but they seem to be out of stock everywhere.
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:46 PM   #33 (permalink)
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some sizes are NOT available with red letters...

Such as the size I am running...
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Old 02-14-2013, 10:30 PM   #34 (permalink)
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What size are you running and if they were offered in red letters would you run them or keep them black still?
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General grabber or Goodyear dura trac

You gotta run the red letters.


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I am running 315/60r18...

Honestly, at first I was bummed bout the letters, but my truck looks really good black wall out, and the red is not really a matching red to the rw stickers... The rest of my truck is blacked out, I would likely still run black out even if there was letters. I had called and said black wall out, and then I was told that it was no red letters in that size/load range.

I am fine with it...

IF I had a red truck, or grey truck, likely would want red out.
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Re: General grabber or Goodyear dura trac

I have red letters... in! To me the red lettering looks like a cheap sticker. I like them on red trucks but my w hite truck wasnt having it. Ive put about 25k miles on em and they are now at 50% not sure if I will run them again or not. It will all come down to cost and these bad boys arent cheap!

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Got the Grabber on yesterday. Attachment 28726


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I have a 2011 RW
Those are RW rims with those grabber right.........are u running 35 on the 17' RW rims in this picture do u have leveling kit on ..ive got a 3'f 2 rear level kit hoping to put on 35 grabbers when bfg run down not that i dont like the bf's there great tire but luv the red letters and 35's what did u pay if u dont mind me askin

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I have a 2011 RW
Those are RW rims with those grabber right.........are u running 35 on the 17' RW rims in this picture do u have leveling kit on ..ive got a 3'f 2 rear level kit hoping to put on 35 grabbers when bfg run down not that i dont like the bf's there great tire but luv the red letters and 35's what did u pay if u dont mind me askin
Tires are 33/12.5/17 Grabbers. I used coilover with a new UCA for my lift. I can tell you when I had these 33/12.5/17 tires on with my stock suspension it cleared everything. But after I lifted the truck with coil and UCA it didn't clear the UCA. So I had to add 1.25" spacer to bring the RW wheels out to clear the UCA. It seem that guys on here are clearing 35" tires are using spacer lift and not coilover. In my eyes if you wanna run 35" you should do the body mount trim and recalibrate the speedo.


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General grabber or Goodyear dura trac

Tire rack got 33/12.5/17 Grabbers for $255 each. I paid $285 at discount store.


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Everything clears on mine with the LRO spacers and 35's, no need to trim the body mount either.
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