Originally Posted by WXman
Apparently I can't type. Anyway, the BFG KO is not a good snow tire. They fill up with snow and then "push" into turns. I didn't like them at all. General Grabber AT2 was the same way. For snow, you need a ribbed AT pattern to do well.
As far as his question.. since he said "overall" best AT tire I'm going with the Duratrac. Those rocked in the snow, dug like a MT in the mud, and were quiet enough on the road to not drive me nuts. Very very good tires. Not perfect at any one thing...but he said "overall" best so they are the best.
What people fail to realize time and time again is that with BFGs they are extremely sensitive to air pressure. Performance with them will be a night and day difference in adverse conditions if they are not aired correctly for the vehicle at hand. Most people from the Wrangler crowd have them aired up way too high.