Price: $120.00 Pros: Quite on pavement. Balanced well. Wear well. Cons: Awful traction on ice/snowy roads. Recommended? No
Comments: These are good pavement tires for mild climates. Their handling in winter conditions on icy roads and moderate to deep snow is much worse than average, but is slightly better than a Mud Terrain type tread. There are many better tire choices for 4x4's that get used in 4 wheel drive. I would never consider these tires even adequate for more than very mild off-road use, and they will be useless in moderate to deep mud.
Price: $120.00 Pros: Warranty was for 60,000 miles and lasted until 55,000 miles until it got to 2/32" Cons: experienced very bad cupping in the last 10k miles Recommended? Yes
Comments: Tires were $120/ea in 2011. Lasted a decent amount of time and never had any issues. Was on pavement 95% of the time and was not really tested in the snow/ice. Did well in heavy rain. Cupping is not the tires fault, but the Jeep's, however it should still be mentioned. Recommenced only based on the price and how long it lasted and that it did do a good job. Now I run Bridgestone Duler H/L Alenza Plus. Picture is after 55k miles.
Price: $0.01 Pros: Great handling on dry and wet pavement
Does ok in snow and ice
Surprisingly good for a street tire in light off-roading Cons: Treadwear not the best
It's a street tire Recommended? Yes
Comments: This were on my ZJ when I bought it and appeared to be fairly new, I have since put 10K miles on them with a fair bit of spirited driving and a couple occasions of "i didn't know a 4.slow could go that fast" speeds...
Still plenty of tread but clearly no longer look new
They have handled quite well on wet and dry pavement and while we haven't had any serious snowfall we do get ice and they have handled as good as a tire of this type can on ice... and the one time we got a decent amount of snow they did ok but not great
as far as off-roading on these street tires... do as i say and not as i do and hold off on wheeling with these tires... I know from experience how they handle... they will get you through the easy trails if there hasn't been a lot of rain recently and they will get you through small mud puddles
but i've had to back out of a couple larger mud puddles and lost traction on a couple spots on an easy trail... and i've even had to be pulled out because i hit some mud that was softer than it looked and a different tire might have got me moving
Price: $1.00 Pros: lasts for a long time Cons: makes the jeep shake Recommended? Yes
Comments: i got these tires with my jeep when i bought it used they were already worn out petty bad, and lost alot of tread. but they still work great! i go mudidn all the time and almost have no problem, but that could just be a jeep thing.