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what kind of winter tire should i put on my 2012 jeep wrangler sahara unlimited ? any suggestion anyone ? Thanks
 

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I wont be any help but i run a nice AT tire all year...works great.
 

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Cooper STT. Work very good for me. Good in the snow and mud. They clean out really good at slow speeds. I have 32x11.50x15. I have had them on for 4 years about 1/2 tread left. Every one I know has them on there jeeps. And we all make it home. I don't have a spare and I don't even worry. Trust me I have been in all different Kinds of dirt mud snow rocks and the road I love them. Look them up you will like them.

SUPER TRACTION TREAD Deep shoulder lugs and a unique center traction zone create a bold, aggressive tire. Shoulder lugs are alternately scalloped so that one section always has a clear shot at fresh gound for superb traction.
LONG-MILEAGE TREAD COMPOUND Precision blending of synthetic rubber and other compound ingredients contributes to long mileage and durability, plus excellent adhesion, heat dissipation and flexibility in virtually all driving conditions.
FULL SIZE RANGE A full range of high flotation and LT metric sizes with outline white letters and commercial sizes with black sidewalls fulfill the needs of pick ups, panel trucks, recreational vehicles and vans.
- See more at: http://simpletire.com/cooper-discoverer-stt-tires#sthash.wLhT5pn2.dpuf


http://simpletire.com/cooper-discoverer-stt-tires#

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Goodyear Duratracs are as close to snow chains that a tire can get. Search them up on YouTube in the snow, insane performance. Best snow tire by far that will also handle the trails close to a mud tire. Not too expensive either.
 

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They are good tires also. But I like the copper stt. It all depends what he wants to do with them. My work runs them, but we replace them every year. Good year would be a good pick for more on road and snow. I'm off road more then on road. So I will stick with the copper SST.
 

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Cooper STT. Work very good for me. Good in the snow and mud. They clean out really good at slow speeds. I have 32x11.50x15. I have had them on for 4 years about 1/2 tread left. Every one I know has them on there jeeps. And we all make it home. I don't have a spare and I don't even worry. Trust me I have been in all different Kinds of dirt mud snow rocks and the road I love them. Look them up you will like them.

SUPER TRACTION TREAD Deep shoulder lugs and a unique center traction zone create a bold, aggressive tire. Shoulder lugs are alternately scalloped so that one section always has a clear shot at fresh gound for superb traction.
LONG-MILEAGE TREAD COMPOUND Precision blending of synthetic rubber and other compound ingredients contributes to long mileage and durability, plus excellent adhesion, heat dissipation and flexibility in virtually all driving conditions.
FULL SIZE RANGE A full range of high flotation and LT metric sizes with outline white letters and commercial sizes with black sidewalls fulfill the needs of pick ups, panel trucks, recreational vehicles and vans.
- See more at: http://simpletire.com/cooper-discoverer-stt-tires#sthash.wLhT5pn2.dpuf

http://simpletire.com/cooper-discoverer-stt-tires#

Good luck
I love the Coopers...they preform great and look pretty awesome too!!
 
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