All is well. Just thought I'd share. I was coming back from a three day trip out to our local deserts the other day when I noticed a rumbling at the front end combined with an increasing pull to the right... while driving 65 mph on the freeway. I thought OH SH!T and started heading over to the right when the left-front tire's sidewall exploded. See attached pic. Luckily it still held most of its air until I'd come to a stop along the freeway. 15 minutes later I had the spare tire on there we were on our way again. For the record, this is a General Grabber AT2. It was new in 2007. I don't know how many miles are on these tires though. But probably less than 20K. And I had, just 3 hours earlier aired it up to 30 PSI. Just decided to post this in case anyone finds it interesting. I will be shopping around for a new set of tires now. These were getting old and chewed up anyway. I'll probably go with a set of Toyo Open Country MTs. The look to be very hard to destroy.