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  • Shopping for some new ATs

    I have a 95 wrangler 2.5L, with a 3 inch suspension lift. I currently have a set of Mastercraft Courser MTs 32x11.5R15. I am looking for some AT's as I do a lot less off road driving lately and need something a little less aggressive on the road/ wallet. I have been looking at Yokohama Geolandar ATs as well as BFG All terrain T/A KOs. Anybody got ideas about whether one of these is better, or is there another tire you would recommend. The reviews on both of these are pretty mixed, a lot of good, but the bad ones are really bad.

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    I have been satified with my 31 X 10.5 BF Goodrich Rugged Trails. I plow 800+ feet of gravel driveway and the associated ditch area. My current vehicle is a 1971 CJ5 with a 225CID odd-fire V6, HEI ignition, Heddman headers, 390 Holley 4 barrell, FlowKooler high capacity waterpump, 100 amp Proform alternator, Optima battery, T14 3 speed transmission, Dana 18 transfer case, Dana 44 rear axle and a Dana 27 in front. More pictures can be seen at http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2608975/1

    http://www.plowsite.com/attachment.p...1&d=1199070771

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    • #3
      I don't have any experience with the Geolanders but I have the BFG All Terrains on my DD with 58,000 miles on them at moment. They are great in the rain and snow.

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      • #4
        OK, so I am kinda back to square one on this. I am open to suggestions on tires here. I just need a good AT tire in about a 32x11.5x15. I just get mixed reviews on pretty much everything I look at.

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        • #5
          I doubt you'll be dissapointed with the BFG AT's.

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          • #6
            tires are like sex...do what feels good to you. You obviously have budget and wear requirements, so find some based on that, ignore the ad hype and buy some tires. Remeber there arent that many companies that actually MAKE the tires. Theres a bunch of brands that roll down the same assembly lines.

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            • #7
              Decided to go with the BFG's. SHould get them on this weekend. Let you know how I like them.

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