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post #241 of 408 Old 12-30-2010, 06:07 PM
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Forgive me if someone has already mentioned it in this thread, but what about the Goodyear Wrangler "Authority A/T"? My local Walmart will install 31x10.50's on my 15" wheels for $600 grand-total (or $650 with lifetime balancing and rotation and road hazard). Man the tread looks awesome! :http://i.walmartimages.com/i/p/00/69...70_500X500.jpg
I grabbed a set of these in mid-October for my '94. Fairly quiet on the road, track decent, no noticeable bad road habits. And made in America, by an American based company (not that there's anything wrong with people sending their money over to Japan when buying those Jap BFG's)

I grabbed them mainly for the heavy snows we traditionally get up here in West Michigan. So far this year, haven't really had a chance to test them - it's been an extremely mild December.

fwiw - my local WalMart was one that had me bring in the rims, couldn't mount on the Jeep due to non-OEM sizing. No big deal.

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post #242 of 408 Old 12-30-2010, 06:33 PM
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Does anyone have a picture that they can post of the NEW tread pattern on the NEW Difinity Dakota A/T???

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post #243 of 408 Old 01-06-2011, 12:16 AM
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Does anyone have a picture that they can post of the NEW tread pattern on the NEW Difinity Dakota A/T???

Yeah, I didn't think so, but I thought I would try.
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post #244 of 408 Old 01-12-2011, 08:03 PM
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Is Kelly safari tsr an all terrain tire or hybrid type and is anyone running them?
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post #245 of 408 Old 02-15-2011, 08:19 PM
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i have a 4" full susp lift on my tj and 33" nitto terra grappplers. really awesome tires.

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post #246 of 408 Old 02-21-2011, 03:25 PM
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Are 245/75/16 Toyo Open Country Tires pretty decent? Are they 30 or 31 inch tires?
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post #247 of 408 Old 04-15-2011, 07:15 PM
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I'm rocking Falken Wild Peaks if anyone wants any feedback on them.

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post #248 of 408 Old 04-15-2011, 07:19 PM
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Just my .02 cents

I bought a set of 35x12.5 BFG km2 Mtrs and they are EXTREMELY quiet for a mud tire. They are pretty agressive looking and perform well in all situations I have put them in. I would definitely get another set when they finally wear out. I was on Goodyear A/T radials before and the difference is night and day.

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post #249 of 408 Old 04-18-2011, 10:25 AM
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I'm rocking Falken Wild Peaks if anyone wants any feedback on them.
I'd be interested. Planning on running those once my BFG's are worn out.

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post #250 of 408 Old 05-02-2011, 07:20 PM
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i have a 2000 Wrangler and was wanting to put 33 all terrains on it dose any one know what size or kind of lift i would need to make this practical
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post #251 of 408 Old 05-04-2011, 07:04 AM
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i'd be interested. Planning on running those once my bfg's are worn out.
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post #252 of 408 Old 05-19-2011, 07:22 AM
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First Jeep, first post on this forum. Just bought 05 Rubicon, 3" body lift, 265/75/R16 Mastercraft Courser A/T which will need to be replaced soon. This is my daily driver, but I want to be able to do some offroading (mud, beach, moderate climbing) as well. I would buy Mud terrain tires in a heartbeat, but am concerned about how long they will last compared to All terrain tires, especially since this is my daily driver. I can't afford to put new MT tires on every 15K miles. That is what the guy at Tire Kingdom told me to expect from mud terrain tires if driven on the road alot. Any data or suggestions? I've read a lot of the posts here and gotten very mixed opinions on the ability of A/Ts offroad.
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post #253 of 408 Old 05-19-2011, 08:03 AM
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First Jeep, first post on this forum. Just bought 05 Rubicon, 3" body lift, 265/75/R16 Mastercraft Courser A/T which will need to be replaced soon. This is my daily driver, but I want to be able to do some offroading (mud, beach, moderate climbing) as well. I would buy Mud terrain tires in a heartbeat, but am concerned about how long they will last compared to All terrain tires, especially since this is my daily driver. I can't afford to put new MT tires on every 15K miles. That is what the guy at Tire Kingdom told me to expect from mud terrain tires if driven on the road alot. Any data or suggestions? I've read a lot of the posts here and gotten very mixed opinions on the ability of A/Ts offroad.
I think most guys get closer to 30,000 miles with their mud terrains. I think I will be closer to 40,000 with my original MTRs. Otherwise, check out the Goodyear Duratrac. They are a very aggressive hybrid AT. I think they might be just what your looking for.

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post #254 of 408 Old 05-19-2011, 10:04 AM
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I'm pushing over 40k on my BFG Muds and DD 90% of the time. Only issue I have with the muds is keeping them balanced and having to rotate them bout every 2500 miles to keep them from cupping. When these wear out I'm going with Wildpeak A/T's just for the simple fact they will be kinder for DD. When I do get a chance to hit the trails I'm rarely in a situation where a mud terrain is needed. Just like the look of them mostly.
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post #255 of 408 Old 05-30-2011, 04:02 PM
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anyone have any comments about the Kumho all terrains??
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