Which ones are the most aggressive AT? Currently I have Wrangler GSA 30. 9.5 R 15 which are like highway tires. I live in a city and cant have a spare tire/wheel rig. And I have got 1 jeep for sun, rain, snow, grocery, daily commute and trail.
Whats the best tire option for me? I do want to keep the 15 inch rim, which is forged aluminum and looks cool.
1. BFG All Terrain KO
2. Pro Comp All Terrain A/T
3. Pro Comp Radial Xtreme A/T
If you have other recommendations awesome. I just want the most extreme AT I can get away with. My driving is going to be 90% on Highways so no point in going for mud tires.
I might have to tow some shit in the winter so thats also something to consider.
About mud tires, if I don't care for wear or noise are they better on highway too?
The thing is I can't decide which ones to get and its killing me! You guys gotta tell me what should I get. I also read a lot of posts about getting bigger tires, for which I need a lift. Thats not gonna happen this year.
Never realized that most tire companies around here dont have MT or all AT so that I can go check them out. I have to go to 5 different places to take a look at different tires/deals! wow. I might just go to tirerack.com but still haven't decided which ones to get.
R mud tires that bad on wet or snow or day to day use? if not Why don't I just get Mud tires. Any suggestions from mudders.
I love my Firestone Destination A/T's where they seem to shine is in the rain. But they do great on and off road and have a fairly aggressive design. I have taken them over river rocks in Kentucky and sand/clay/mud down by the river here in Indiana and they have performed great!
Not sure if you got your tires yet...but I got the ProComp Xtreme All Terrains about a month ago and love them. They're great on and off road. Here they are with a little mud left over from last weekend.
X-terrains are great,I run them on my XJ. Yeah the procomp all terrains are more for on road I run them on my 07' 2500 hd.
I am super impressed with the BFG mt.Km 2's, but I do not think they come any smaller than 33's
94' wrangler 4 cyl. 5 speed D30/8.8 ARB
82' scrambler 350 TBI/700r4 D30/Currie 9"
07' JK sahara
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Location: 20 minutes from everywhere in cape may county,NJ
I'm kinda partial to my DC fun country II's. I do a fair amount of long distance driving/highway driving as well as mud/sand/dirt and they haven't failed me yet. (granted, i'm running 33/12.50/R15 with no drivetrain mods)
well they arent exactly the most aggresive AT around but I have to say
when I had 30's on my old XJ the best tire I have ever driven on EVER were brigestone dueler AT REVO's. they are now on my GF's 05 TJ. they were absolutely amazing in the rain and snow and did great in the dry and on logging roads. never had a chance to wheel them on the rocks and I dont know how comfortable I would have been doing such simply because they dont have the 3 ply sidewalls that BFG or a procomp does.
speaking of BFG's I have always been a BFG guy but after taking off a set of BFG AT KO 31x10.5 and then putting on the REVO's, the revo's out did the BFG's in everything I threw at them.
if I ever had a jeep or other 4wd and I was looking for a primarily street driven AT tire, the dueler at REVO is first on my list.