I just put a set of Revo's (Bridgestone Revo AT 255/65/17) on my WK.
I can't say anything but good things so far.
I was looking for the most aggressive tire possibe for deep snow/ trail use, while staying quiet on the street. Finally talked to Scott @ Performance W&T out here, who turned me onto the REVO's. VERY QUIET, well handling on the street. Been working too much to play offroad; I'll follow up later.
Ditto the Revos. I've had them for 5,000 miles so far and I can't say enough good things about them. Great DD tire, great wet traction, dry traction, snow, and ice, well, as good as can be expected on ice. If it matters - they look a LOT better on the XJ than they appear in those tirerack pictures.
The BFG A/T have been great. They handle well in all types of road conditions and offroad except thick mud they clog up, but thats to be expected of an all terrain. They wear really well too. I've got about 30K miles on this set and they are a little over half worn out. Quiet highway tire too.
I got a set of 31x10.5 pro comp ATs, and theyve been great on road & in the snow. They actually have a really aggressive tread for an AT tire. I also finally got my 2.5in RE lift on to go with those 31s, so ill post agian soon as soon as i can get some good wheelin in...
I run 31"x10.50' BFG AT/KO's on TJ and they do great on the road and off. I like the fact that they wear good on the pavement and are reasonably quiet too. When I go off-roading I usually air down to around 15-18 PSI and I never have problems.
I have the BFG's A/T's...33 x 12.50...and I have a real digging problem...I dont think my jeep is that heavy either...the trails I hit are pretty steep and very awkward, but still...feels like I'm digging to china...they are nice on the road though...
92 Red YJ Wrangler, 4" RE lift, 33" BFG's, Warrior Products side plates and short corners, Poison Spyder Customs trail stinger, herculined tub
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A few more details about my experience with the REVO's. Seem good in the wet, on the few times that it rains in So Cal. I like how the handle and brake in the dry too.
Fortunately the Gold Mtn trail was mostly dry, but driving up through Big Bear that Sunday morning it was snowing and the roads were very wet.
$75 rebate on a set of four, offered by Bridgestone when I bought them a few weeks back.
Nice to see a Commander off road. My Revos have seen a winter and plenty of rain, and some fairly gooey mud. Happy so far.
On the higway, it now feels more like my XJs always did; until the road is rough enough to get the live axles bouncing, it handles very well.
'04 Rubi, manual, usual options, Hella H-4s, any range lockers, Randy's booster seats, Oly pushbar, 245/75R16 BFG
'09 Audi A4 Avant- my bride's schnellpuffenpanzer
'12 Ford Focus-the sure way to get good Jeep mileage
'07 Dodge Caliber R/T AWD-da kid's ride
Goodbye Old Blue XJ; 10+yrs, 100K+ miles; virtually trouble free; Long may you run!