Originally Posted by sherfjeep
After much reading I'm going to stick with 33's. Any suggestions?
Obviously, based on your location and your avatar pic, snow's not a big consideration for you. It was for me, one of the main reason I went with DuraTracs. Great in snow, mud, rain. Long tread life. One of the lightest AT tires on the market. One weakness is the thinner sidewall, which could cause you problems if you rock crawl.
There are tons of other options: BFG, Hankook, Cooper, Falken all make really good tires. You just gotta figure out what your main uses are gonna be, and find something that works fairly well in the majority of em.