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02-14-2006 09:16 PM
Fapple A good online place to shop for tires is:

http://www.tirepackage.com


I have bought 2 sets of tires from them, and have been very happy with their service.



Frank
02-14-2006 09:11 PM
Fapple I just put a set of used 33x12.5 BFG - ATs on my Rubicon to try them out. They are pretty wore out, but on Sunday we got pounded by snow (in NJ 18" - 20") and even wore out they are probably the best tires I've ever used in the snow. I had them out about 2 weeks ago rock crawling and they did really good there also. I'm moving up to 35s so I was going to buy BFG - MTs (which I know have better sidewalls) but the ATs are much better on the road. I will be buying 35 x 12.5 BFG -ATs in the near future. BFG - ATs or BFG - MTs you can't go wrong!!


Frank
02-14-2006 10:18 AM
jbone303 i got a set of superswamper ssr's and dick Cepek dc1 lillte over 1000 great in snow rain and off road. I got grip in anything so far.
02-02-2006 08:19 PM
4Jeepn BFG' AT will do well.. also barrowed aa buddies jeep with some Bridgestone dueler AT's for a while, nice road ride, good on wet roads, I think they will cost a bit more than the bfg though, even used them off road and I have to say very nice for an AT tire, to the point where guys with TSL's and MTR's where wondering how I made it up stuff..LOL
02-02-2006 04:26 PM
SouthTJ
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Originally Posted by 1BLKJP
You won't go wrong with the Goodyear MT/R either. Good off and on road tire.
I agree. I've been real happy with my 31s on road, off road and in some snow last winter.
01-30-2006 06:20 PM
Hunter9 On road BFG ATs cannot be beat, the wear like iron and have pretty good traction off road.
Off road I really like my MTR's, one of the best all around off road tires I have had.
01-30-2006 05:03 PM
1BLKJP You won't go wrong with the Goodyear MT/R either. Good off and on road tire.
01-30-2006 10:30 AM
jeeperman If you are looking for a good year-round, mostly street tire, I have had really good luck with the 2 sets of BFG All-Terrains that I ran. I got 50K miles out of each set.
01-30-2006 07:31 AM
akfisherman
wheel/tire package

I have an idea of what i want to do for a lift, so now I need to figure out what to get for tires and wheels. The biggest I can go with the tire is 31''. Who makes a good year round. every day driving (highway) tire, for a reasonable price. I have the stock wrangler's on there now, and what size wheel should I go with? Thanks.

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