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11-16-2008 07:31 PM
marc1kim Got em on mine right now, untill I decide what to upgrade to. Do good for hi-way and light off roading.
11-15-2008 10:27 PM
jp'rs_peep'rs Your welcome! By the time I get the cash to get 'em there prob be sold out! hehehe

11-15-2008 07:23 PM went in and got these tires at my wally world in central new jersey. all 4, mounted and balanced for $268 after all was said in done. great deal. its pouring like crazy here now and no problem in the rain at all... thanks for the info on this jp'rs!
11-15-2008 01:57 AM
jp'rs_peep'rs Yea,

Same here.....Quoted $248 for all four...Amazing! Have'nt purchased yet!

11-14-2008 03:36 PM
got some myself

I have a set, I buy and sell jeeps on the side, stopped by wally world, saw them,thought about it and put a set on an 04 x i will sell next year. They seem pretty god, about average for a goodyear at tire, i have had problems with the gsa not balancing good. but anyway for the money, 4 mounted and balanced out the door for 254.00

Sounds like a deal to me!~
11-14-2008 03:03 AM
jp'rs_peep'rs Thanks 4 the heads up!
11-12-2008 05:42 PM
richp Yea, those are decent tires for the price, they are LT's which have a higher load rating than the P's do. They wear about average, you will probably get about 50K out of them if rotated regular. They don't look like the factory wranglers that came on TJ's, those tires were directional and are identifiable by the difference between the outer tread pattern on the raised side vs the black side. They will also have an arrow if they are or a letting that says 'this side out'...
I picked up 4 GY AT II's at sams club for the ZJ last month in LT235 for ~$80 ea mounted and balanced with road hazard out the door. Tread pattern looks good for winter and they seemed excellent in the rain the two times I drove it [wifes ZJ].
Check the date on them though, they might be old, real old, stock.
11-12-2008 04:44 PM
jeep476 those are very good tires and a great price
11-12-2008 03:01 PM

Heres the stats:

50,000 miles
Good at all of our more than 2,400 Wal-Mart Tire & Lube Express locations.
Key Features
Type: Light Truck-Highway
Sidewall Cosmetics: OWL
Temperature Rating: B
Traction: A
Speed Rating: S (112 mph)
Load Index: 105 (2039 lbs.)
Weather: All Season
M+S: Y
Load Range: SL
Learn more about these features
Gas saving economy. Rugged strength. Outstanding go any-where traction. Remarkable handling.
Understanding Key Features
Temperature ratings — The letter signifies how well a tire resists heat: A — best, B — intermediate, C — acceptable.
Traction — Letters indicate how well a tire will grip the road surface. Each tire is rated AA, A, B, or C. An AA-rated tire offers the maximum grip.
Speed ratings — The letter designates the maximum speed in miles per hour under specific service conditions: M — 81, N — 87, P — 93, Q — 100, R — 106, S — 112, T — 118, H — 130, V — 149, W — 168, Y — 186
Load indexes — A number that corresponds to the weight that the tire can accommodate. Some examples are: 74 — 827 pounds, 81 — 1019 pounds, 95 - 1521 pounds, 105 — 2039 pounds, 113 — 2535 pounds, 120 — 3086 pounds, 124 — 3527 pounds, 129 — 4079 pounds, 133 — 4541 pounds, 137 — 5071 pounds, 140 — 5512 pounds, 143 — 6008 pounds, 146 — 6614 pounds, 149 — 7165 pounds
Shipping Restrictions
This item can only be shipped to Wal-Mart stores within the U.S.

11-12-2008 02:41 PM
bpowa if your talking about the GY rsa that comes standard on jeeps from the dealer.. stay away.. they suck and go out of round.. there are better tires at that price and size on khumo
11-12-2008 02:12 PM
jp'rs_peep'rs Oh, sry...Those be the tires in question! heha
11-12-2008 02:12 PM
jp'rs_peep'rs I'm wondering how this compares to, oh, say the General or Bfg?

11-12-2008 11:43 AM
4Jeepn Did it look like this?

If so not a bad tire. It was the stock tire on YJ's as I recall. Does okay off-road for an AT tire. I want to say my 96 XJ had them in 235 size. But that was a long time ago. 55 bucks seems okay.
11-12-2008 10:55 AM
Good Year Wrangler tires at Wally World?

Was out with my buddy last night to Wally World (he needs a bat+) and saw they had the GoodYear Wrangler tires lt235 75R 15's for sale at $55 per tire (WOW!)!!!
This is an incredable price in this economy. Has anybody got experience with these tires? Do they work well in slush, rain, ice or/& snow? Thanx....


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