Thread: Tire Advice

  1. Tire Advice

    So, it's coming to that time of year again where I need to purchase new tires. I have BFGoodrich all terrains on my 98 TJ right now, but I've been looking into getting it mud terrains. There are just so many to choose from. So before I go and possibly make an idiotic purchase. I would like some input from you guys. In your personal opinion, what mud terrain tires are the best? Which ones are good for daily drivers? And how's te noise level? Thanks guys :)

  2. Re: Tire Advice

    I got super swampers. There not t

  3. Re: Tire Advice

    There not too noisy and the tread holds up good sence mine are DD also

  4. #4
    Goodyear duratracs. Wish I still had them. great all.around tire never gums up in slopy mud. Quiet as a church mouse on the road. Best of both worlds
    95 yj 2.5 power house SOA, procomp 2.5 lift springs, 2 BL, 36x13.50 toyo mts. Locked front Spartan locker, Rear LSD rebuilt packs 80% locked, ford 8.8 rear axle w/ discs, 4.10s , efan mod, k&n intake, 4.ot tb, weighted fly wheel, custom built front and rear bumpers, warn winch, 5k HIDS, led tail lights, Currie SYE, Tom Woods CV drive shaft,

  5. #5

    Re: Tire Advice

    Check out Cooper, the ST Maxx and the STT.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Bounty__Hunter View Post
    Check out Cooper, the ST Maxx and the STT.
    I have them. They're great. No problems at all

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