|05-09-2013 03:49 PM|
|05-08-2013 05:39 PM|
|jrlane||Your story sounds exactly like mine. I live close to work and go hunting in Iowa where mud gets really bad. KM2 were my choice. I would buy them again. Excellent in the mud and I have never had any issues with snow or rain on the road.|
|05-08-2013 03:12 PM|
|Bigchris66||I want something aggressive with alot of bite my work is bout 5 miles from my house where I hunt is bout 10 all red dirt roads and thick and sometimes soupy mud back there my jeep is a daily driver but I don't drive on the road for alot of miles just once and a while|
|05-07-2013 09:12 PM|
|kyjeep||I had TSL radials on a Toyota p/u. Had lockers front and rear. The tires were decent in the dirt and good in the mud. However they were terrible in the rain and snow on the road. Traction was marginal at best in those conditions.|
|05-07-2013 08:59 PM|
You'd be better off with the Trxus MT if you go with an interco tire.
|05-07-2013 08:17 PM|
|RedSurveyor||Sounds like you've about decided but I thought id throw my pennies in too... I am a land surveyor in Utah. I drive in just about every condition there is it seems. I know wheeling in a jeep is different than my work pick up but I have had great success with the duratracs. Like others said though the sidewalls are a little week. I am running cooper discover at max right now and so far they are shaping up to be pretty good too.|
|05-07-2013 05:44 PM|
|Bigchris66||I'm prob gona get super swampers tsl radials|
|05-06-2013 07:14 PM|
|idiot magnet||"Friends don't let friends buy Thornbirds"|
|05-06-2013 06:58 PM|
[QUOTE=idiot magnet;3710888]Listening to a salesman and buying a tire based on how they look is not the best approach IMO.
Yeah I know, I was joking when I said that. Of course they are going to talk their product up, but I do like the tires.
|05-04-2013 12:19 PM|
|pineda22||my jeep has an aftermarket exhaust (not too loud) with the hard top on you cant really hear the destination m/t top off its noticable but i like tire whine but hey thats just me|
|05-04-2013 12:13 PM|
|05-04-2013 12:09 PM|
|05-04-2013 12:06 PM|
|Bigchris66||Do they make maxxis mudzila anymore?|
|05-02-2013 02:20 PM|
I've been running different tires on my Jeeps for close to 30 years now and they have changed quite a bit over the years and the tire makers have different compounds, tread designs, sidewall construction, load ratings, sizes and will you be running mud, sand, rocks or trails are some things you need to consider. Most don't even think of checking the load rating when they buy new tires and that's very important when you are airing down your tires.
Bigchris think about all that is involved before you plop $500 to $2000 down on tires and do more research on the subject then make an educated decision based on that.
|05-02-2013 11:42 AM|
|05-02-2013 11:40 AM|
|Bigchris66||How do the super swampers do on the road|
|04-30-2013 01:14 AM|
|04-29-2013 07:44 PM|
|timboburks||Just put on a set of Nitto Trail Grapplers. The salesman said they were excellent tires. Actually I like the look of them and the price wasn't that bad, but we will have to wait and see.|
|04-29-2013 06:36 PM|
|Bigchris66||What about simex or silverstone tires|
|04-29-2013 05:40 PM|
I run the firestone destination a/t
great all season tire for the road. no mud testing yet. I hear great thinks about the km2, the tko2, and the mtr2. I was going to buy a set of mtr2.
|04-29-2013 05:02 PM|
Thornbirds=thornturds.. JUNK Tire
KM2, MTR, most M/T tires, Duratracs, Treadwright retread tires MTR look-a-like (surprisingly a very good tire both on and off road). There are tons of different tires to look at.
|04-29-2013 04:52 PM|
|jcrawler93||TSL is a big no no for street.. You could look into a BF goodrich KM2 perfect for street and off-road.|
|04-29-2013 04:49 PM|
|04-29-2013 03:55 PM|
|jordorunway||Couldn't really ask for a better tire than the Duratrac, I've ran them on my TJ since November and put about 3500 miles on them, no wear at all yet and I've wheeled them hard, way harder than I should lol they perform great in the rain, snow, dirt, dry, heck even rocks and mud. However, I only have two complaints with them, the thin sidewall, and if its extremely muddy on the trails, your gonna slip and slid all over the place, they don't really clean themselves to well unless you get a little speed, or spin them out. As far as the sidewalls, I've barely grazed the side of a rock and put a 4" long gash down the sidewall completely through. Would I recommend the tire? Yes, but for use with alot of mud and/or rocks? No.|
|04-29-2013 02:22 PM|
|Rayko||If you're not rock climbing I would agree that Duratracs are very good. I've used them on dirt, mud, sand, snow and wicked rain storms. I have no complaints and they're quiet on the highway.|
|04-29-2013 02:16 PM|
|dredg009||X2 on duratrac found them online for 150 a piece. Discount tire price matched and I as out the door under 700. Best tire I've ever had. been 3000 miles and the traction gets better and better I can't spin them if I try anymore. No off road yet but heard great things. Just be cautious for the sidewalls|
|04-29-2013 01:49 PM|
|Bigchris66||I need something aggressive or semi aggressive because there's some pretty nasty stuff back there|
|04-29-2013 11:05 AM|
Another option would be Wrangler Dura-Tracs by Goodyear.
I run Dunlop Mud-Rovers because they were cheap at the time, I'd used them before with good results, and I only drive my Jeep in the Summer months...
Tires are a personal choice, but I agree with Jerry - Thornbirds are not the answer!
My .02 worth as always.
|04-29-2013 10:53 AM|
|Jerry Bransford||I personally wouldn't even consider the TSL. A very good wearing/quiet all-around street & mud tire is the BFG Mud Terrain KM2. It'll do fine offroad & in mud while lasting at least 50k miles and being one of the quieter tires around.|
|04-29-2013 10:50 AM|
Where I go there isn't any rocks just dirt mud and clay. I'm lookin for a tire that is good on the road and good in mud. I was looking at thornbird tsl and I was wondering how good they are or what I need advice and opinions on what tires to look at