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Unread 08-05-2004, 11:57 AM   #1
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Dueler A/T Revo vs Wrangler AT/S

I like the reviews on these two tires, Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo and Goodyear Wrangler AT/S. My wants are low road noise and good snow and dirt traction. Does anybody have direct experience with these two?

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Unread 08-05-2004, 12:58 PM   #2
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I think the Bridgestones look better-I think they are both good tires though-
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Unread 08-05-2004, 03:38 PM   #3
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REVO's rock, I love mine! just under 20K and they look hardly worn, no road noise, great wet road tire, nothing but good remarks, having owned a goodyear wrangler before, those suck, only goodyear i would buy are the mtr's.....my .02
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The Revos are tons better than the GYs.


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Unread 08-06-2004, 04:29 PM   #5
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I like the reviews on these two tires, Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo and Goodyear Wrangler AT/S. My wants are low road noise and good snow and dirt traction. Does anybody have direct experience with these two?
The Revos Rock I have them on my 04 WJ and they are as quiet as the street tires that came with the vehicle and are great in the rain and will let you know this winter how good they are in the snow.


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I got the revos last year (1 winter) and I can say that they are awesome on the snow. I live in upper michigan and gets 10" of snow per night in the winter (more when thunderstorm) and never get stuck. I survived without getting pulled in my parking lot (unplowed) with 25" of snow this winter. Mud traction on the revos are good and they are so quiet.
I used to have goodyear RT/S and I will never buy that anymore, really bad for snow.
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A/T Revo's quiet compaired to what? I just put them on my 99 grand ltd. They are way noiser than the goodyear LS's that were on there. To be fair the ls's were a street tire and the revo's arent. These tires get loud above 40 and are really loud at 80. If you mostly drive on the street then I would have to say look for a quieter less open patteren. On the other hand the revo's handle, grip, brake and look awesome. They perform better than most normal street tires. I caint wait for the snow! Oh ya and one more thing..........Goodyear sucks! I have never driven on a goodyear tire that I liked.
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I have never driven on a goodyear tire that I liked.
goodyear mt/r's.
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A/T Revo's quiet compaired to what? These tires get loud above 40 and are really loud at 80.
FWIW, I have had Revos since last November, on my (okay, my wife's) stock ZJ. I honestly don't hear any tire noise - just a slight but noticable wind noise at highway speeds (been like that in the 9+ years we've owned it. I know some road surfaces cause more noise than others, and I am used to the noisy tires on my truck at work.
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I like the reviews on these two tires, Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo and Goodyear Wrangler AT/S. My wants are low road noise and good snow and dirt traction. Does anybody have direct experience with these two?
The Revo's are great. If you are looking for an alternative, the BFG Longtrail Radial T/A is much closer in performance to the Revo's than the Goodyears could ever hope to be.

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I have had the revos for over 12 months and have never been bothered by road noise. They grip great on wet tarmac and on sand and mud. I would reccomend them to anyone.
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We are all talking the new model revo a/t for this year ? Its a new tread pattern. I think the new revos are loud from 50 + .Maybe my last set of tires were super quiet. I did come from a "not for snow" road tire. I guess I was spoiled. I will say the revo's stick like glue on dry pavement. Im very impressed with the handling. I keep pushing them harder and harder into corners and they just stick. Handeling on dry is definatly a 10. They ride smooth too. maybe an 8. I cant comment on any other conditions yet.
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Anyone compare the Revo's to the BFG ATko?

I have always bought the BFGs and loved them but these Revos seem like a very capable tire.
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comparison done on Tirerack.com.....think it pretty much sums it all up.





btw, in everything but mud (and snow, since I can barely remember the last time it showed down here), I love my Revo's
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We are all talking the new model revo a/t for this year ? Its a new tread pattern. I think the new revos are loud from 50 + .Maybe my last set of tires were super quiet. I did come from a "not for snow" road tire. I guess I was spoiled. I will say the revo's stick like glue on dry pavement. Im very impressed with the handling. I keep pushing them harder and harder into corners and they just stick. Handeling on dry is definatly a 10. They ride smooth too. maybe an 8. I cant comment on any other conditions yet.
I just got mine about 3 weeks ago and i cant hear any road noise.
They are the best tire i've ever owned.
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