- GENERAL® ALTIMAX RT43ALTIMAX RT43 Tires by General® . Season: All Season. Type: Performance. The all-season touring tire designed for impressive consumer value. It provides a quiet, comfortable ride combined with year-round all-season traction, and...Visual Alignment Indicators (VAI®)Peak anti-slip design technology (PASD®)$189.00 - $196.00 (ea)
- GENERAL® G-MAX AS-03G-MAX AS-03 Tires by General® . Season: All Season. Type: Performance. This Dominant tire delivers precise response in dry and wet conditions with excellent light snow grip. When interlocked, the tread blocks work together to...Enhanced traction in wet and snowy conditionsImproved handling and reduced heat for increased treadlife$170.00 - $243.00 (ea)
- GENERAL® GRABBER HTSGRABBER HTS Tires by General® . Season: All Season. Type: Performance. This is General Tire's newest premium tire for today's light trucks, crossovers and SUVs. Born from Baja, the Grabber™ HTS is built on the technology that...Provides even treadwear for longer mileage and confidence in challenging conditionsPromotes the synergy of style, durability and all-season performance$171.00 - $224.00 (ea)
- GENERAL® GRABBER UHPGRABBER UHP Tires by General® . Season: All Season. Type: Performance. Bold ultra-high performance light truck, crossover and SUV tire is designed for excellent handling and traction in both wet and dry conditions. It has been...Second generation silica tread compoundV- Shaped directional tread with grooves from center to shoulder$194.00 - $267.00 (ea)
There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.