Photo 1/7 | 1102dp The General Grabber Experience airbourne Truck | The General Grabber Experience
Photo 2/7 | 1102dp The General Grabber Experience airbourne Truck | The General Grabber Experience
Photo 3/7 | 1102dp The General Grabber Experience strake And Chamfer Design | The General Grabber uses a unique strake and chamfer design that provides great traction, while preventing the lugs from ripping off. The sweeping strakes (or grooves) run across the tire diagonally to open the lug face to the terrain. The chamfered lugs create traction pockets that the following unchamfered lugs grip.
Photo 4/7 | 1102dp The General Grabber Experience side Shot | We never thought we'd get a chance to take a ride in this Trophy Truck driven by "Ballistic" B.J. Baldwin. The experience was amazing! In a few seconds, we were at 100 mph and hitting 3-foot berms sideways. When we got to the first jump, there was no need to brace (although we were), since the landing was similar to being on a snowmobile in fresh powder. The only thing that could have made this better was if the truck had a diesel engine-and we heard the designers of this rig thought that would be a good idea, too.
Photo 5/7 | 1102dp The General Grabber Experience cummins Powered Truck Front Shot | This Cummins-powered support truck keeps the Trophy Truck performing. Perhaps one day diesel will be the main star instead of just working hard backstage.
Photo 6/7 | 1102dp The General Grabber Experience jeep Side Shot | Even though this Jeep suffers from a gasoline engine, it still shows the incredible traction of the General Grabber tire on this near 90-degree slope.
Photo 7/7 | 1102dp The General Grabber Experience trophy Lite Truck | Our next adventure was getting behind the wheel of this Trophy-Lite Truck with 33-inch Grabbers. This vehicle was a blast to drive and fired us up to get our off-road truck ready.