I've used the Guard Dog and the Warden and I had great success with both of them in every condition and usage imaginable which I have talked about in many threads. But.... here is my beef with the new B2B design they are using: First of all it adds even more weight to an already heavy tire. The remolding process adds 8-12 lbs of weight to the tires in the 30-32" sizes. If you get a B2B tire, then you're also adding weight to the sidewalls as well. So what that means is that a set of these Treadwrights can add as much as 60 lbs. of unsprung weight to your Jeep. This destroys fuel economy, braking, accel, and can wear out joints faster and if you have any signs of death wobble it will make that worse as well. Weight is bad. And B2B makes an already heavy tire worse. Second, it covers up all of the original manufacturer info. You have no idea when the tire was originally made, what the original weight capacity was, what the original brand was, or anything else. The B2B mold covers up all of that info and you are getting a "mystery" tire. I do not like this.
I am a big fan of Treadwright and I like the idea of keeping tires out of the landfill for a few more years of life, but I don't like their new molds. And also, once you add shipping costs you will find that tires they sell are approaching the prices of brand new tires now. For example, a set of Treadwright Wardens in 265 size runs over $500 shipped. A set of brand new ATs can be purchased from discounttiredirect.com for the same money. Granted, different tread patterns but then again the old BFG tread pattern sucks anyway.
This is why I haven't bought Treadwrights in the last two years.
'92 YJ - heavily modded
'96 ZJ - heavily modded
'05 KJ CRD Limited - 370 lb./ft. from a 4-cylinder and trail ready. Pure awesomeness.
'11 Mango Tango JKU Sport - Mods
'12 Dozer JKU Sport S - 6-speed - ACE rock rails - Max Tow package - Daystar spacers - 33x12.50 Duratracs