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There is no such thing as best tire.

There is such a thing as the best tires for your intended usage and what characteristics you desire and what your priorities are as well as your climate.

The size is also somewhat a factor as not all sizes are available in all tires.

With this information a recommendation could be made.
 

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Intended for mostly road driving, occasional off road, don’t want it too loud, location is New Jersey, looking at Yokohama Geolander AT and Continental Terrain Contact. Currently have Bridgestone Dueler AT on now. Really like the BF Goodrich KO2, but need right away and can’t get then right away. Thanks for your time!
 

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I like Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs. I have had problems with BFG before but many others have not.

There are other variants of Goodyear Wrangler tires that are more street oriented.

Cooper and Toyo both offer good all terrain tires as well.
 

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First time owner, need new tires. A little aggressive, but not too aggressive, preferably AT, and want it to look good with white paint color. Any suggestions?
Prot nailed it,

Your usage will dictate which tire is gonna work best for you. Tires are a product of compromise, meaning there will always be a trade off.

The Continental Terrain Contacts or the Yokohamas would be a great choice. Falken has a A/T3W that is extremely popular right now due to its on road capability along with the offroad features. Also Nitto has a Terra Grappler G2 that may work for you.

Again all great options, but some may ride better than others however this is achieved with softer rubber so they may wear faster. Or they may be much better offroad the compromise being that they may be louder or ride rougher on pavement.
 
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