Dunlop Graspic DS2

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The Dunlop Graspic DS2 has been discontinued.

It has been replaced with the Dunlop Graspic DS-3.

The Dunlop Graspic DS-2 winter, stud-less tire let’s you play in the snow at a great price. One of the lowest priced quality winter tires, the Graspic DS-2 offers quite possibly the best bang for the buck in winter traction.

Specs and Features

  • Premium silica-based glass fiber tread compound remains softer at lower temperatures for improved ice traction and control
  • Innovative Digital Rolling Simulation II construction technology maximizes tire performance on icy, snow packed and dry roads
  • Snow pillar center groove enhances gripping capabilities for improved snow traction
  • High-density siping and increased contact area enhances ice grip and improves tread life
  • Variable tread block significantly reduces tire noise

Available Sizes

  • 155/80R13 79Q
  • 175/70R13 82Q
  • 175/65R14 82Q
  • 175/70R14 84Q
  • 185/60R14 82Q
  • 185/65R14 86Q
  • 185/70R14 88Q
  • 195/70R14 91Q
  • 185/65R15 88Q
  • 195/55R15 85Q
  • 195/60R15 88Q
  • 195/65R15 91Q
  • 205/55R15 88Q
  • 205/60R15 91Q
  • 205/65R15 94Q
  • 205/70R15 95Q
  • 215/60R15 94Q
  • 215/65R15 96Q
  • 215/70R15 98Q
  • 195/50R16 84Q
  • 205/55R16 90Q
  • 215/55R16 93Q
  • 215/60R16 95Q
  • 225/50R16 92Q
  • 225/55R16 95Q
  • 225/60R16 98Q
  • 215/45R17 87Q
  • 215/50R17 91Q
  • 215/55R17 94Q
  • 225/45R17 90Q
  • 225/50R17 94Q
  • 225/55R17 97Q
  • 235/45R17 93Q

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3 Responses to Dunlop Graspic DS2

  1. GeorgeInPA says:

    This is my first set of Graspics. In the past I’ve used Blizzaks on my VW and Neon and still use Nokians on my Prius.

    I just had these Graspics installed yesterday on my 95 Tercel (13″). They felt a littly squirlly on the dry hiway yesterday but not too bad as they are new and Winter tires.

    The tread design seems aggressive and the tire has plenty of sipes.

    For my 13″ tires I paid $52 each and had them nitrogen filled. CJ’s Tires did the install, their prices were the best in the area and their service was superb.

    I’m expecting sleet and light snow tomorrow so may have an additional report at that time and as weather conditions vary, ie deeper snow and ice.

  2. GeorgeInPA says:

    I was out celebrating my wifes birthday the other day and we were in her 05 Prius (traction control,stability control, abs and Nokian WR tires. We were on the way home when caught in an unexpected storm. The conditions were bad, it didn’t look like much but the roads were very slick and traffic was moving about 15 mph on the hiway. The abs and traction lights were always coming on the whole trip and I could feel the sliding..
    After making it home, I wanted to try the Graspics on my 95 Tercel. I drove with no problems then went to a local lot accelerating, stopping hard, making serpentine turns close to light poles then locking the wheel and driving in tight circles.
    I’m very pleased to say that at this point the Graspics have performed beyond my expectations.

  3. Clare Snyder says:

    We had Blizzaks on my daughter’s colt – it would go anywhere the first year, but by the second winter they had lost much of their effectiveness.
    We put Graspic DS1 tires on my Pontiak TransSport and DS2 on my wife’s Mystique and daughter’s Neon. They have been excellent. I moved the DS1 set to my PT Cruiser last year (season #7) and found they were starting to loose effectiveness, so I needed to buy new tires for it this year. Daughter sold the Neon and got a new Civic – so new snows required there too. It’s Graspic DS3 all the way!!!
    No snow here in Southern Ontario yet – and I’ve just been notified the new tires have come in – so I’ll be mounting them this week. Oversized 205/70/14 on the cruiser for extra ground clearance, and stock sized 15 inchers on the Civic

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