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Old 04-23-2013, 11:52 AM   #1
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Favorite Tires...

My question is what tires is everyone running and what is your favorite tires. jus wanna see everyones thoughts

Im sticking with MHT Fuel rims, the Revolver series in 18s. jus tring to decide what to wrap them in.

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Old 04-23-2013, 11:53 AM   #2
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im currently torn between the Mickey Thompson ATZ

and the Goodyear Wrangler MT/Rs. im sticking with 33s and i do go up and play in the hills a bit as well.

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I'm loving the Fierce Attitudes on a Pro Comp 7069...
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[QUOTE=GuytonJK13;3672571]im currently torn between the Mickey Thompson ATZ

and the Goodyear Wrangler MT/Rs. im sticking with 33s and i do go up and play in the hills a bit as well.
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GuytonJK,

It all comes down to how you plan on using your Jeep. The two tires you selected are complete opposites. The Mickey Thompson ATZ is an all-terrain tire, which will give you a better ride on the street rather than off road.

The Goodyear MT/R is a mud tire made for off road, so it won't be anything like the ATZ on the street. The MT/R is a good all round tire to run on the street and get great performance in the dirt.

Hope this gives you some help! Please let me know if there's anything I can help you with.

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I've been a BFG guy, pre lift and post lift. Ran BFG ATs at stock height. Once I lifted my Jeep, I went with 32" BFG MT KM1s. When the new KM2s came out, I upgraded to 33" ones, never looked back. IMO, BFG can't be beat for quality and price.

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Old 04-23-2013, 02:50 PM   #6
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heres my final 4 that ive came down to.
Wranglers(what im leaning towards)

Toyos

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ATZs
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Old 04-23-2013, 08:41 PM   #8
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down to the pro comps and Mickey Thompsons
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What do you guys recommend for the street mostly and beach. car came with 33's bfgs not sure what model. the ride quality sucks on them though
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I run the Mickey Thompson MTZ....LOVE THEM! Great on the road, mud, snow, ROCKS...great flex. Quiet on the road...hear them roar on the trail!!!! Good Luck!
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down to the pro comps and Mickey Thompsons
Guyton,

If you're between both of those, I would go Pro-Comp and not look back. I run the Xtreme M/T on both of my Jeeps and won't run anything else. They are quiet on the street and really aggressive in the dirt.

My TJ has the 33's and my JK has the 35's on it. They both were easy to balance and used very little weight. They ride really well, and like I had said, they are fairly quiet for a mud tire.

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Old 04-24-2013, 11:47 AM   #13
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Guyton,

If you're between both of those, I would go Pro-Comp and not look back. I run the Xtreme M/T on both of my Jeeps and won't run anything else. They are quiet on the street and really aggressive in the dirt.

My TJ has the 33's and my JK has the 35's on it. They both were easy to balance and used very little weight. They ride really well, and like I had said, they are fairly quiet for a mud tire.

Shoot me a PM if you have other questions!

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had i seen this earlier i probably woulda reconsidered but it came down to pricing and i got the Mickey Ts for a hell of a deal through one of my distributors. i know how well the Mickey Ts did on the duramaxs running around here and if theyre half as good with those rigs being 4 times the size and 10 times the power ill be more than impressed. i will keep this into consideration when its time for new tires in a few years.
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I run the Mickey Thompson MTZ....LOVE THEM! Great on the road, mud, snow, ROCKS...great flex. Quiet on the road...hear them roar on the trail!!!! Good Luck!
good to know someone else is runnin em. how many miles you got on em thus far? hows the thread look?
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Never had Goodyear Territory (Canadian Tire brand) 31x10.5R15 before as the PO had put them on new a week before I bought the jeep last summer. So far having run with them thru a few seasons, I have no qualms with them. Had they been 30' stock tires, then I would of maybe bought BFG's since I had some on my last truck. So really at this point I'm on the fence. If GY lasts more then 4.5 years rotated(BFG's started cracking a few years after putting them on), then I would get the GY again.
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good to know someone else is runnin em. how many miles you got on em thus far? hows the thread look?
Close to 45K with 6/32 left! Gonna mount another set on my bead locks in about a week here... For only having 6/32 Left on the tire is unbelievable how they hook up! This set I will sipe center lugs for better ice traction...
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had i seen this earlier i probably woulda reconsidered but it came down to pricing and i got the Mickey Ts for a hell of a deal through one of my distributors. i know how well the Mickey Ts did on the duramaxs running around here and if theyre half as good with those rigs being 4 times the size and 10 times the power ill be more than impressed. i will keep this into consideration when its time for new tires in a few years.
What distributor did you use?
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Nitto Mud Grapplers look mean!
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had i seen this earlier i probably woulda reconsidered but it came down to pricing and i got the Mickey Ts for a hell of a deal through one of my distributors. i know how well the Mickey Ts did on the duramaxs running around here and if theyre half as good with those rigs being 4 times the size and 10 times the power ill be more than impressed. i will keep this into consideration when its time for new tires in a few years.
Guyton,

Glad to see you made a choice! Hope you like the Mickey T's, I know a few guys who swear by them. It all comes down to what you like, that's what makes Jeeps so cool. No matter how similar they seem, every one is just a little bit different.

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agreed but they wear out really fast and are loud as hell
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Guyton,

Glad to see you made a choice! Hope you like the Mickey T's, I know a few guys who swear by them. It all comes down to what you like, that's what makes Jeeps so cool. No matter how similar they seem, every one is just a little bit different.

Feel free to shoot me a PM with any questions!

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for sure, ill defiantly keep tabs on them so everyone can see how i like them compared to what i do with them. they work great on the powerstrokes, cummins, and duramaxs for damn near anything we do with them. so if they do half of what they could on those trucks on my jeep ill be more than pleased...by the way, i really like your website and its layout
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for sure, ill defiantly keep tabs on them so everyone can see how i like them compared to what i do with them. they work great on the powerstrokes, cummins, and duramaxs for damn near anything we do with them. so if they do half of what they could on those trucks on my jeep ill be more than pleased...by the way, i really like your website and its layout
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