in my opinion, when it comes to tires you might as well spend some more money and get a quality tire, which wrangler radials, like people have said, are nothing special.....i have B.F. Goodrich long trails and they are working pretty well so far, its my DD and i do everything from highway to gravel and dirt and heavy snow daily.
Really depends on what you are wanting them for. What kind of deal are you getting? My BFG A/T's are getting a lot of wear on them, if I was getting them super cheap I'd probably swap them out. If they were full price or close, I'd pass them by and save up a little more for a new set of A/T's.
2007 WK Overland
5.7L Hemi QDII - 200k+ Hemi Club #88 | Black WK Club #151
I'm a huge non-fan of Goodyear.... Wranglers in particular. Can't think of any type of Goodyear tire I've owned and actually liked, come to think of it. I've had way better luck with BF Goodrich. I like Long Trail T/As for pure street use and have been pleasantly surprised by how good All-Terrain T/As are on the street, plus they're an LT (light truck) rated tire with 3-ply sidewalls.
2011 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x2, 3.6 Pentastar
1999 Cherokee 2door 4x4 5-speed (daughter's)
Two big-block Mopars, Challenger SRT8, and a Ram 1500
2001 Cherokee Sport automatic 4x2 (sold)
They dont belong on a Stock Cherokee but I love them, My issue with people who say they have traction issues.. drive slower or spend money.
96 XJ Country White with UNDER CONSTRUCTION TRIM. Blacked out Bezels and Grill.
235-75-15 Goodyear Wrangler Radials on Stock Black Mesh Alloy Rims
4.0I HO 4WD 160k Miles/Straight Pipe to my FlowMaster Super 44
~ Ain't not place to Jeep like a New York Street ~