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Old 09-03-2018, 10:13 AM
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Would like to hear from a few of you who may have used the Michelin LTX A/T 2 on a JK. Just bought a '15 Willys Wheeler 2 dr, and drove from Billings to Salem Oregon on a set of worn BFG Mud Terrains. Thought about going with BFG All Terrains, but I really like Michelin tires. I drive mostly highway, with gravel roads with the only snow or ice being ever year or so for a few days here.
I'm older, and just want a nice quiet ride, so no mud or aggressive tires are needed.
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i'm sure for what you describe those will be great. For what you describe also check out Toyo AT2 and Cooper AT3. I have run both Toyo at2 (several sizes) and the cooper at3 in 275/70-17 and both are exceptionally quiet and smooth.

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Thank you, will do.
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I also suggest taking a look at the Cooper AT3. I just recommended them to my friend for their Sahara and he liked them. BTW, I am older and still run mud tires (Cooper STT).
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What do you think about the cooper stt tires wheelsp82?? I’m looking into a few new tires. Currently have BFG ko’s. Looking into Dick Cepek extreme country, wrangler DuraTracs right now.
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The KO2s are very quiet. My hardtop JKU with KO2s is quieter than my Honda CR-V with Michelins. It seems Honda didn't even try to dampen noise in the CR-V.

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