Just when you thought the leading truck wheel manufacturer couldn't have a more complete offering, Fuel Off-Road launches its very own tire line.
Brand new from Fuel Off-Road, one of the leading manufacturers for truck wheels, is the Fuel Gripper A/T Tire. This all terrain tire is the perfect blend of form and function, giving you a great all around tire that also compliments the looks of your truck outfitted with Fuel wheels.
The new Fuel Gripper features all terrain siping to keep you grounded in a variety of road conditions. Fuel also integrated their classic "F" logo into the central tread pattern, which not only looks awesome, but provides traction both on and off-road. These tires also feature two-ply sidewall construction and up to an "E" load rating on their ten-ply designs.
The newest offering from Fuel Off-Road, the Fuel Gripper A/T tire, is the perfect complement to your accessorized truck or SUV.
Ready to customize your ride? Great! Just keep in mind when ordering aftermarket wheels, tires and/or lift kits it will likely change the way your vehicle looks, handles, and performs from that of when it was originally equipped from the manufacturer. Customers understand that these changes will vary from stock standards which may result in different handling, visibility, and braking ability from the manufacturers original equipment. When purchasing these products, you as the customer assume all risks associated with these changes. In some cases you will need to trim, cut or modify your vehicle to ensure proper fitment to help prevent rubbing or limited turning radius. All Wheels, Tires, Lift Kits are Non-returnable unless ordered incorrectly by a RealTruck consultant or if we shipped the incorrect product. Please feel free to call our Off-Road Experts at (1-888-257-3323) for expert advice and support!
Lug nuts and TPMS Sensors are not included with wheel orders. New lug nuts are required to install aftermarket wheels.
50,000-55,000 Miles - Fuel Gripper A/T tires are backed by a limited 50,000 - 55,000 mile warranty.
If you are changing your tire dimensions from stock you will want to have your speedometer & odometer recalibrated after installing your tires. Changing your wheel or tire size can affect the accuracy of your gauges as well as how your transmission shifts. To check out the tire recalibrators that we sell click here. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to give us a call.