Wow... 13 pages and no love for the Nitto Terra Grappler ???
I have these on my truck and love them. They replaced a set of BFG AT's.
They are amazing in the snow and great for street driving. I have done some Light/Medium off-roading and haven't had a problem. 15,000+ miles so far.
I put Dayton Timberline ATs on my TJ at 122K. 33K later, they are wearing very well. I see another 15K in them at least. I have done a 5 tire rotation every 5K. I don't go offroad very often, so I can't comment on mud or rock performance. They have done fairly well on wet pavement, which is concern in FL. Next go around, I'm getting the BFG TAKOs, which I can get mounted and installed for $130 per tire, very close to what I paid for the Timberlines.
Hi, can some one tell me if a set of 245/75-16 would fit on a 16x7 stock rims? I am going to do some upgrades and in stead of buying new rims I'm thinking of using spacers to save on money. I'm looking at Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor to put on.
edit: I just relies I should have sad, will a 245 wide fit on a 16x7 stock rim?
I have a 98 Grand Cherokee 5.9 Limited, and I'm new to having a Jeep, and would like to mod it.
Considering that Tirerack rated the RF8 model of these tires the absolute WORST of ALL A/T tires... how about more than a picture? Tell us what you think of them in all conditions, pplease.
Only had them on for 2 weeks and it has been mostly snow on which they did great. Seem very good on the dry pavement also, gripping the road and no rolling when turning. I bought these tires based on all of the positive reviews on Discount Tire Direct.
I got 5 for $174 each including mounting, balancing, taxes, fees and warranty.
MikeP - 2014 KL Latitude in Granite
Gone but not forgotten:
I have Goodyear SilentArmors in 31/10.5x15, and I'm really happy with them. They spend a lot of time on wet roads here in the PNW, but I've also had them in dirt, mud, powder snow, compact snow, and ice. They out perform my old Wildcat EXT (mud tires) in all conditions except thick mud and maybe bumper deep snow.
When I bought them about 8,000 miles ago I did some research on TireRack and other places, and it was a toss-up between the Revos, BFG TA/KO, and the Wrangler SA, but I liked the looks and wet/ice performance rankings of the SA, and I have to admit I like the idea of putting Wrangler tires on a Wrangler.