I'm actually looking for a place that cells them around me. This will be my 3rd set that I will have bought. I love them so much. Never got stuck at all in snow or mud. I will keep buying the AT2 until they stop making them. Best tire I have bought for my 4x4 EVER. TY for such a great product.
I have been running the AT 2 for about 18,000 miles. These are true all terrain tires. They perform good on all terrains, dry pavement, wet pavement, light mud, dirt roads, and above average snow performance. Good road manners, not much noise at all considering the aggressive tread. Good flat wear pattern with regular rotation. These are not mud tires, or racing tires, or luxury ride tires. They are all terrain, not intended to outperform specialized tires. These are perfect for your daily driver that also finds its way off road. I have tried many so called “all terrain” tires, these are my new go to tires. Good job General Tire!
I bought these tires 2.5 years ago for my ford ranger. I drive my ranger everywhere. Long road trips, off road, ice, snow and rain. You name it, it's been there. I have never gotten stuck in the mud or deep sand. I have put ~85,000 miles on these tires and wow, the tread is probably good for another 5,000 or so. I have had coopers, falkens and Goodyear, and General is the best. I am definitely going to put another set of these on real soon and I encourage you do to.
I never had all terrain type tires before. Where I lived as a Firefighter-EMT on call in snow, off road, 4x4 and various terrain responding to calls I switched from All Seasons in a 99 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 4x4 to these. The noise is definitely at a minimum and not bad at all. Second the traction in snow up to proven by me 3 feet without 4x4 top notch! Tread lasts so long as I had them put in last September from today's review and not even worn out. Wet pavement and off road is also top notch performance. Rocks, glass shards, curbs, boulders, wet grass, puddles and nearly everything is no match to quality. Overall the gas mileage dropped in my truck a bit but worth it for secure feeling on any road or off and every weather condition.
I have these tires on a 2002 VW Jetta. Yes. You read that right. Yes, it has a 2 inch lift to clear them. Midwest winters. They are as quiet as the proper top of the line passenger tires made by a well respected competitor. Handling is a bit more....squishy, but that's to be expected when you have a tire that's three inches taller than what the OEM designed for it. Rain handling, cornering, braking, wet - or - dry, doesn't matter, performs all tasks asked of it adequately. Then there is mud and snow. Oh boy. I have pulled SUVs out of the ditch in the winter. Embarrassing stuff ya know. Having your 4x4 pulled out of the ditch by a Jetta. I can confidently go ANYWHERE with this car. Original goal with the lift/tire combo was an interesting combination that is competent in winter conditions. Hit it out of the park. I've driven about 30,000 miles in the last two years on these tires. At the rate they're wearing I should get at least 70,000 miles (maybe even 80,000) before they get to the bars.