- - Which tires
04-13-2009 09:06 AM
I was looking at a couple different tires and narrowed it down to three, but i'm not sure which are the best.... I have bf goodrich allterrian's on my yj now, but i was looking at goodyear wrangler all terrians, pro comp allterrians, or cooper all terrians, advice...
04-13-2009 09:56 PM
ROUND ONES.........LOL on tour jeeps we had good luck with bf goodrich......lot of rock and sand. ran at 27 lbs.
04-13-2009 09:58 PM
Thanks, i'll try that p.s.i.
04-14-2009 12:03 AM
I had BFG Dueler At ran at 25 all year round in the mud and snow, never once got stuck
04-14-2009 06:43 AM
I have always ran BFG all terrains. i Run them on my jeep and my truck and my wifes truck, they are great all around tires.
04-14-2009 06:52 AM
ive never had good luck with a/ts...... drive thur some mud and you get your self a set of slicks ...
04-14-2009 07:18 AM
The pro comp all terrains are a good tire not for offroad. I have them on my 07' 2500 HD. Very happy with them second truck they have been on. And this will be the 4th summer on them.
The Pro comp X terrains are awesome Look into those I ran those on my YJ until I just upgradred to the BFG mud terrain KM2's, I have no input on these yet My jeep will not be on the trail until may.
04-14-2009 07:35 AM
Thanks, i'll look into the pro comps a little more
04-14-2009 08:22 AM
do you know how much the Pro comp X terrains cost????
04-14-2009 12:11 PM
It was almost 4 years ago but I believe they were $160.00 each,shipped. (31 x 10.50 x 15 inch) Iam sure they have probably gone up since then.
There alot of good deals out there right now on BFG tires Thats another reason why I went with them. Look around dont forget with the online stores you can beat them up a little on the price by dealing with them on the phone.
summit racing will beat any advertised price and they do not charge shipping anyway only a handling charge of $10 or $12 dollars.
Some times it takes a little time but money is money.
Goodluck, do not rule out BFG tires they are a great tire that wears very well. I have seen nice jeeps take it hard with All terrain tires that get full of mud or clay on the trail and turn into a slick. Very dangerous.
But if you do not plan on doing any offroading in that type of terrain then all you need is all terrain tires.
Not everyone needs mud tires.
04-14-2009 12:28 PM
I got 33x25.50 TSL swampers,they are tha s**t, I keep going when all my buddys with AT and MT tires get stuck,there loud on the road but worth it !
04-15-2009 08:53 AM
look into the goodyear m/t's. my friend has them and he's happy.
04-15-2009 09:01 AM
I think i'm going to go with the BF Goodrich all terrian, because i still have to drive back and forth to school every day.