Comments: Hiking Boots for your Jeep!
2006 Rubicon Unlimited 5000 lb. curb weight
50,000 two sets so far.
Very quite for the aggressiveness of the tread pattern, only slightly noisier than AT's.
They grip very well with no hydroplaning.
When aired down properly, they float surprisingly well for the aggressiveness of the tread, but they are no dune tire by any means.
Bite very well, Need to keep they wheel speed up for tread to clean itself.
Not yet tested.
I have aired these down to 10lbs on 33" with no bead breaks.
They wear very well if rotated at least every 3000 miles, 45,000 miles on four, with a not so great diligence in the rotating
and still some tread left when changed out. Lack of rotating will cause cupping or feathering of the treads and increased road noise.
Mild to Moderate, Easy conversation at 70mph.
These tire have performed very well over the last 3yrs, from the downtown city streets and trails of the U.P. of Michigan to clay slick hills of Pennsylvania.
I have never had a flat or torn sidewall, yes I have buried it to the axles in the swamps and in the dunes.
These are the best do everything tires I have seen in my 25yrs as a Master mechanic.
If you tend to use your Jeep as a Giant Quad on the weekends and then drive it to work on Monday morning then these are the tires for you.