the coopers chunk out
well they chunked out on me I couldnt even ware a set out they chunked so bad the threads were showing
I find the people who like the coopers bostly live back east. They are probily ok there but out here in the desert they cant take the abuse of the rocks
I would take the bfg's
my only problem with the BFG's was I couldnt keep them on the jeep
every time I whent out I puntured the sidewall
the new BFG km2 might be better
94 stock zj and a 95 zj with a 5.5" lift with 35" bfg km2 a rear currie 9in with 4.56 gears an arb and 35spine axle shafts and 4.56 gears in the front Hp30 super30 kit arb 4.1 low range transfercase
just from looking at the tread design the STT has more siping which will help out in the rain/snow. sellersburg huh? im not too far from you.
I figured that with the siping of the SST they would be better in the snow and rain. I want something that won't suck on the trails either. I'm sure that I'll get into some mud. I was almost set on the SST but then I saw the new BFG KM2s. I just can't make up my mind.
I know where Utica is too. I've talked to a couple guys in K & I too. I'd like to come out with you guys sometime.
I asked BFG about siping and heres the answer they sent
"The BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM does not have siping. The new BFGoodrich
Mud Terrain T/A KM2 does have siping in the center tread blocks as well as
alternately in the shoulder tread blocks."
I need to figure out what tires to get too, looking for 33x12.5x15
That's very interesting information! So...if they have siping then they should be decent in snow and rain. I just wish someone could vouch for them. What other tires are you looking at? Thanks for asking BFG!!