they're ok. I had them off road for some action at paragon shortly after i got them and they performed fine. granted, I'm only comparing them to the worn set of Cooper AT's that I had on there since i bought the jeep. I took those wheeling before I did any other mods and they sucked. I take these off unless I'm going on a ride so I don't really worry too much about the steet manners. They are very noisy though. I will say that if you decide to get a set, get them siped AND grooved. I just did this and the difference in wet traction is incredible. the lugs are deep enough that they can stand to have one or two 3/16" grooves added to help move the water out of the way, and the siping will help the lugs flex better to help grip the rocks. there are better tires out there, but for the 150 i paid for them I'm happy. I don't need something too hardcore since i don't do much wheeling yet.
Here's a picture of mine on flat ground.. SOA up front on flat stock YJ springs, tube fenders, and cut rear fenders. Rear suspension is Currie 4" lift springs, with CJ spring hangers welded to bottom of frame for an additional 1.5" of lift. I also have a 1.25" body lift and run 35x12.50 MTRs with room for 37's...
89 yj with tires and stuff like that.....
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