Yeah, The most important thing for me is long tread life. The noise is not too much of an issue because I don't travel at over 55 mph too often.
I have Ridden in my friends jeep with the pro-comp x and the noise is not too bad but i have never heard anything about off road performance.
Currently have some Michelin's on, can't stand them at all. Tread life is great, the dry-rotting and total lack of traction on snow and rain isn't so good. Going to be replacing them in the very near future, considering some Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo's or BFG's
My oil line fix
My 100k stopped odometer fix
Brace for impact, I'm in a "modifying mood". Massive thread count inbound.
I'm on the market for new tires. I like my bfg at's but I'm looking for something a bit more agressive but still liveable for the daily commute. Any suggestions?
BFG MT or Goodyear MTRs. I *think* the treadwear will be better on the BFGs. Good compromise tires IMHO, assuming you will hit some mud (and/or snow) at some point. I've stuck with BFGs (slightly better price than MTRs) knowing they arent the cats meow off pavement, but they are pretty good on (yeah, they arent the cats meow there either). Good enough for a daily.
I've also heard some very vocal input (from a few loud sources) that the TruXus are good too. Havent seen them though.
Hey Russell, I have owned a set of the Cooper MT Discover, a very good tire in my opinion. It was my first MT and it stacks up. I have heard the Toyo is also a very good tire but comes in odd sizes??? Not too sure but someone here probably does.