Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Rocky Mountain High...
Every thread I find is about what tire someone should get for off-roading and for lifted jeeps.
I don't do off-road and my jeep is not 4x4 and it's not the v8 so it doesn't have the stock lift those jeeps come with. I simply want a couple opinions.
BFG A/T or Yokohama geolander A/T? Or something other and that does not have loud road noise and has a longer tread wear.
^^ With that intended usage, then it seems like you need a first-rate highway all-season tire. Better wear, lower noise, and good traction on dry/wet pavement (and maybe light snow?...not sure where you live).
My best advice is to go to tirerack.com (no affiliation) and do research on your specific tire size. They have reviews on a bunch of tires from thousands of reviewers, in every performance and road condition category. You can still get individual opinions on this forum, but I recommend the "crowd-sourced" info on tirerack. Or even Consumer Reports may be helpful (for example, they like the General Grabber HTS for your type of road use.)
In spite of this advice
, if you are still set on AT tires for the "looks," then the General Grabber AT2 get great reviews and have the same look of the BFG AT KOs. Another well-regarded AT tire is the Firestone Destination AT.
2015 WK2 Overland Hemi ORA II
2000 WJ Limited 4.7L
(IRO 3" Lift, Bilstein 5100s, 3/4" KOR front spring spacers, IRO adj. track bar, stock Silverblade rims in matte black powdercoat, 245/75/16 Goodyear Duratracs, Akebono caliper upgrade, OE armrest cracks...)