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Old 04-12-2018, 08:27 PM
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I have a 2010 Sahara 4d still with the original stock Dueler A/Ts RHS. Currently about 46k mi on them. I've been happy with them, but am looking at the Dueler A/T Revo 2 or the Yokohama Geolander A/T. Wanted to see if there were any red flags with either of these two tires. I'll be buying in a few months.

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Old 04-30-2018, 09:20 PM   #2
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Any reason for those two tires in particular? Are you trying to go bigger or smaller? I have 33" Duratracs and absolutely love them

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Not one of the two you mentioned but the BFG KO2's are an awesome all terrain tire.
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Bridgestone and Yokohama both build quality tires and a lot of people run the models you mentioned with great success. I personally run the new Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 on my truck and have been pleased with the performance they deliver for my needs.

Ultimately the right model for you will depend on your driving priorities/conditions and the performance attributes you expect the tires deliver.
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No particular reason other than they are the only two brands I've ever had on any vehicle. I'm open to other (likely many more) suggestions though. I live in New Orleans, mainly 95% of the year is spent on streets/interstate. But I duck hunt and fish a few times a year and for sure need something more than a highway tire for those trips. Hope this helps with any further suggestions. I realize this can be a lengthy/never-ending discussion.
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not the best picture but here are the KO2s. Look pretty aggressive for an all terrain in my opinion. Great at 75mph or 10mph.


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Old 05-02-2018, 06:34 PM   #7
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x2 on bfg all terrain k02s I've been running them for almost 2 years they still look and feel brand new the traction is great in fact 3 weeks ago we had over a foot of snow and they were great. I hunt and fish too and my brother's cabin is on a dirt road and very hilly and rocky and i have excellent traction with them.
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Tire options

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Have a 2008 Sahara , new 18” factory wheels, and tires but looking for the best “bigger , taller and widest “ tire I can mount without other mods ...?
Have 255/70/18 on there now....looking for widest tire I can run and still be highway friendly
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I would also like to know the answer to this question.
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I live in Virginia and travel to NY in the winter. I just ordered a set of Duratracs in 275/65R18 to replace my stock 255/70R18 tires that have 54K miles on them. I did a lot of research and had a very good conversation with the tire guy at BJ's where I ordered them. I knew I wanted Duratracs because of the reviews I read. He agreed and recommended the size for how I drive. I have a highway commute with some winter snow and ice, but go off road into mud, gravel and sometimes rock. I thought about going to 33" but decided to keep it simple and go wider instead. I'll get them installed in a week and I'm looking forward to taking them out.
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I have a 2010 Sahara 4d still with the original stock Dueler A/Ts RHS. Currently about 46k mi on them. I've been happy with them, but am looking at the Dueler A/T Revo 2 or the Yokohama Geolander A/T. Wanted to see if there were any red flags with either of these two tires. I'll be buying in a few months.
Hey, I'm driving Sahara just a year older then your's, mine is a 2009. Recently I bought a set of Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure With Kevlar, and I'm really satisfied. Not sure are you're looking for tires for on or off-road drive, but I tried this in both solutions and didn't regret my money at all.

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