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post #211 of 408 Old 05-07-2010, 10:52 PM
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I have Firestone Destination AT's 30x9.50 's and they are great so far.

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post #212 of 408 Old 05-16-2010, 05:01 PM
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my vote goes to pitbull. the growlers are amazing and i know this from personal experience. in bias you can get any size, in radial i believe its up to 31 on the growlers, but on their other tires they have 35" and bigger.

i drove on sand with them, dirt trails and minor mud and the growlers were sick.
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post #213 of 408 Old 06-23-2010, 10:36 PM
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The Goodyear Duratec looks awesome, what is the load range and how is the road noise? (31 x 10.5 is what I want). It seems from reading in here as far as a good AT tire for mostly road driving the best seems to be a tossup of BFG AT, D.Cepek FCII, Master Craft CT or Goodyear Silent Armour or Duratec. Can someone contrast this group a bit more? Road noise and ride is a biggie to me btw, I don't want lots of noise or a bumpy ride because once in awhile I use my Jeep for long trips (it's an LJ so why not). In spite of wanting good street manners I want something that's competent off road as well. Thanks for the great thread!
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post #214 of 408 Old 06-27-2010, 01:35 PM
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The Goodyear Duratec looks awesome, what is the load range and how is the road noise? (31 x 10.5 is what I want). It seems from reading in here as far as a good AT tire for mostly road driving the best seems to be a tossup of BFG AT, D.Cepek FCII, Master Craft CT or Goodyear Silent Armour or Duratec. Can someone contrast this group a bit more? Road noise and ride is a biggie to me btw, I don't want lots of noise or a bumpy ride because once in awhile I use my Jeep for long trips (it's an LJ so why not). In spite of wanting good street manners I want something that's competent off road as well. Thanks for the great thread!
Yeah, I'd like to hear people's thoughts about this as well. I just bought a '01 Cherokee and I'm planning a 3.5 RC lift with (probably) some 31x10.5's. Most of the year I live in Michigan's UP so snow driving is big, but I'd like to be able to hold my own in mud and trail riding.

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post #215 of 408 Old 06-29-2010, 11:56 PM
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Hey,
I have 1999 Jeep Cherokee country 4.0L Auto and i need to replace the tires.
I need STD tires for good road and offroad abilities.
What is the biggest tire i can put on my std jeep and which tire (make) is the best?
Thanks
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post #216 of 408 Old 07-03-2010, 08:37 AM
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Anyone want to talk about the GY Duratec a little more? This is a great thread but it has me torn .....
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post #217 of 408 Old 07-05-2010, 10:02 PM
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love my duratracs

I put a set on my 05 rubi unlimited. They are quiet!! I now sounds crazy but its true. I just finished a 1200 mile round trip from Kansas to Creede Colorado and spent most of it on the highway unfortunately. The duratracs were great on the highway and great off road. I spent three days 4wheeling in the mountains mild to difficult and had no issues. They did well in mud and and rain soaked rocked that says it all for me. I think this is a good all around tire if you have to drive on pavement very much. 33" 12.5" x 15"
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post #218 of 408 Old 07-29-2010, 06:27 PM
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All-Terrain

I have BF Goodrich T/A's, there great tires! I got good gas miles too, the only thing is that there not real beefy. I have 36,000 miles on them and probably will need new one's at 40,000.
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post #219 of 408 Old 07-30-2010, 10:02 AM
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I have BF Goodrich T/A's, there great tires! I got good gas miles too, the only thing is that there not real beefy. I have 36,000 miles on them and probably will need new one's at 40,000.
Are they wearing evenly? How smooth are they at highway speed now that you have some miles on them?
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post #220 of 408 Old 07-30-2010, 11:20 AM
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They wear evenly there is no rumbling down the road and are great on the highway.
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post #221 of 408 Old 07-30-2010, 11:43 AM
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I have 33'' BFG A/Ts on right now but its about time for some new ones any one know of a website that may give me a good deal?
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post #222 of 408 Old 09-08-2010, 01:05 PM
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Falken just came out with a new Wildpeak AT, anyone try those yet? Suppose to be comparable to Nitto Terra Grappler at a fraction of price and quiet.

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post #223 of 408 Old 09-09-2010, 12:27 AM
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I put 265/70r16 Hankook Dynapro ATMs on my WJ in March. They are great tires. I have about 8k on them now, they are wearing great. They are Extremely quiet on the road, and are great off road. I've had them in everything Michigan has to offer. Trails, snow, Ice, deep rain water, sand (Silver Lake Dunes), mud, and some rocks. They have not let me down yet. I like them more than my BFG A/Ts I had before and they were 2/3 the price. Enjoy.

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post #224 of 408 Old 09-09-2010, 06:49 AM
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I put 265/70r16 Hankook Dynapro ATMs on my WJ in March. They are great tires. I have about 8k on them now, they are wearing great.
I posted about the Dynapros a few months back. 10K miles on them now and still going strong. Just did the second rotation on them this past weekend.

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post #225 of 408 Old 09-10-2010, 10:26 AM
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Falken just came out with a new Wildpeak AT, anyone try those yet? Suppose to be comparable to Nitto Terra Grappler at a fraction of price and quiet.
I've been eye'n those. Price is right and not a bad looking tire. I like the Cepek FCII's but just can't wrap my head around $200+ a piece for em.

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