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Give a look at Tire Rack's ratings for AT tires. You can compare numerous tire brands/models for various sizes. They compile customer reviews and rate each tire over various criteria. I was always a fan of the General Grabber AT2 in On-Off Road All Terrain, but now they have a ATX that ranks 2nd overall just below the #1 Pirelli (the BFG KO2 ranks 7th and the Duratrac is listed #1 in Commercial On-Off Road Traction, but not as highly recommended as the top On-Off Road All Terrain tires). Also look at the General Grabber X3, which rated #1 in Off-Road maximum Traction.

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/surveyresults/surveydisplay.jsp?type=ORAT
I saw the grabber x3 up close at a local tire shop. When I am ready to switch back to mud terrain tires, that tire is first on my list

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Or go to door number 3 like I did. Real snow tires on a set of 16" steel wheels. I'm running 235-85-16 General Arctic Altimax snows. The narrowness bites through snow and the snow compound works at low temps.

A good video to give you some test data
 
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