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Unread 04-18-2013, 08:46 PM   #76
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Hey Silt,

How do you like your Rugged Trails? I'm trying to decide between them and Firestone A/Ts for mud/wet grass/gravel roads but still quiet on the highway. Had Destination A/Ts on my pickup and loved how quiet they were but still had good traction. Your WK2 looks awesome man, I'll have to use it as inspiration!
They are great for all that but in fresh snow they don't have enough grip. They got a little louder once worn in, overall they are decent. Thanks for the wk2 kudos I love this jeep it's super smooth . Personally I might lean towards those at2 next time for snow grip

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Unread 04-18-2013, 10:03 PM   #77
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They are great for all that but in fresh snow they don't have enough grip. They got a little louder once worn in, overall they are decent. Thanks for the wk2 kudos I love this jeep it's super smooth . Personally I might lean towards those at2 next time for snow grip
Good to know. Do they pick up a lot of gravel? We don't get a lot of snow here in VA but when we do it's a mess, so I'd like to be able to get around. Yeah I really liked the ATs and have had the Destination MTs on a pickup, (which are awesome everywhere but snow) but was thinking about trying something a little more aggressive since I'm only going to go up to 265/65/18s because I want to preserve MPG as my WK2 is my DD. Though I think the Rugged Trails are classified as highway all seasons, not ATs. They just look a little more aggressive to me I guess. Anyways, thanks for the feedback!
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