Looked long and hard for tires for my 1981 Jeep Scrambler. Goodyear and BFG prices were just to high to bear. I have been recently purchasing all my gear via Morris 4X4 out of Florida and they have been great. They will defiantly be my go to source from now on. Good people and good Christian company.
It got down to a toss up of M/Ts or Cepek, then just the cepek mud country vrs. the crusher. Price was close with the crusher being a few dollars higher. The kid and wife got a kick out of the skull and bones design of the tire so that was that. Hardly any real road noise unless you get up to a good speed. You can also feel the tires bite in slow turns like in parking lots.
Overall on a stock suspension scrambler with stock 15X8 wheels they look great. Fill up the wheel wells just right and almost come level with the factory flares.
Have turned it lock to lock on flat with no rub. Just be careful coming of a hill in the yard. If you spin those rears on accident you could plant you garden where the tracks end up. LOL