right now i have a set of 32's and cant do much wheeling because of too much rubbing. dont really want to trim so i figured the next time i get tires i will get a set of 31's. just wondering what the most aggressive at tire is.
1999 XJ / RE 3.5" SuperFlex / JKS Quick Disconnects / 32x11.5 Pro Comp AT's / 15x8 Cragar D-Windows / PORC SYE, front DS / CB and 4' firestik II / surco s4560 roof rack / hi-lift
i think he was looking for at tires...
im pretty happy with my bf goodrich all terrains. they are aggressive enough for me. look through some 4x4 magazines or look around on the internet and youll find something
2005 WK 5.7L QDII 245/75-17 on stock
1994 Cherokee 2-Door 4.0L HO w/ 5 speed
SOLD :( Miss it everyday
depending on the terrain you are wheeling in, i would reccomend cooper discoverer ATRs....ive had them about a year now, they wear great and do very well off road, not so great in the mud, but thats why its an AT. Also do awesome on snowy roads.
theres also a cooper ST, it seems more in between an AT and a mud tire
friends of mine have told me good things about BFG ATs and bridgestone ATs as well...
my vote goes towards bfg at's. ive ran two sets over the past 5 years and i do a lot of highway driving and the occasional wheeling and they hold up very well, do well in most conditions and look great. Also if rotated regularly they will hold up for a long time.
1997 Jeep Cherokee Country, 3" Rough Country lift, 31" BFG ATs on 15x8 Outlaw IIs, Dynomax, uniden cb, 8"jbl cubby hole sub
Technically the Goodyear MT/R is the most aggressive A/T, but next to that I would have to say the Dick Cepek Radial FC-II is the second most agressive A/T. It is more aggressive than the BFG A/T and is supposed to be better than the average A/T offroad.