Price: $100.00 Pros: grip very well in mud and snow.
quiet on road.
white letters. Cons: n/a Recommended? Yes
Comments: they are amazing on and offroad and do not harm fuel economy. I was thoroughly impressed offroad in mud and snow, they don't slide around and they keep themselves pretty clean !
These were on my XJ when I purchased it.
Comments: These tires came on my Jeep when i bought it. They got me through sniw storms in the winter and heavy rain. Also i have done some minor mudding with these tires and am yet to get stuck. Nice tires and i would buy them again.
Price: $1.00 Pros: Amazing ride and almost no road noise Cons: Not made for those serious about slinging mud and climbing rocks. Recommended? Yes
Comments: For a mainly road and occasional trail tire I think these are great. They ride as good as any 33" tire I've ever driven on. The tread is definitely not aggressive, so I wouldn't recommend any serious off-roading on them but I think they would be fine for recreational trail riding.
Price: $150.00 Pros: Good starting performance. Looks aggressive. Cons: Not suited for heavy-duty off road use. Additional road noise. Recommended? Yes
Comments: I purchased these tires with 90% tread back on october 2009. They work very well as a daily driver, but are not meant to go to far into the rough. On dry ground there is plenty of traction, but if it gets muddy you could get in trouble quickly. If you are looking for a good entry-level all terrain tire this is a very good choice.
Comments: Considering I pulled mine out of the dump they've done me extremely well. I salvaged them when they had probably 1/8 of the original tread left, yeah not much, but they got me through mud holes up to my door, all through the mountians and up rocky hills, now after 6 months they have finely become 2/32 or whatever is illegal.
Comments: 32 11.5 R15 on stock canyons no spacers love these tire... relatively quite and handle the road as well as the trail... purchased them used with aprox 1000 miles on them... paid 400 w/ the rims