So I am lookin to buy new tires soon nd I've been lookin a BFGoodrich's KM2. They hav a great tread pattern nd arent loud. But does anyone hav any suggestions on a tire w/ good mileage nd mud tread?


Asked by Oct 13, 2009 at 09:25 PM about the Jeep Wrangler

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Goodyear MT/R with Kevlar!!!


i have maxxi mudder buckshots on mine thay r not loud as u might think but thay pull like crazy and so far thay have held up well i have 10k on them and thay r showing wear but all in all i am very impressed with them


im looking for new tires as well, if you want long tread life and good off-road traction, then consider the BF GOODWRENCH AT's, the reports that i have read are all positive, and one man claims that he has them on all of his work trucks on his ranch, and each set has over 100k on them and still have great tread, they arent loud on pavement either... i also do have them on my 2002 liberty, it doesnt go offroad but they have a nice smooth ride


if u dont go off road then y dont u just buy a streat tire


well its not set up for off road, but they have great milage and good price...


Nah i have had BFG's At's and they do get great mileage but i want a more agressive tread... i do go offroad and i want something that can handle its own but still get decent mileage on the road because its an everyday driver.


I also have mudder buckshots, pretty decent compromise really. Wearing perfect, almost no street noise, grabs when you need it. I'd rather just go full off road rig wit some swampers though.


The km2's kick ass i stepped up from my bf at's and the road noise and handling are equivalent. I also went up in size from stock 29 to 33. My mileage hasnt changed much my spedometer though very much. Off road they can handle whatever i throw at it. I do stuff in two wheel drive that I used to need four to even dream of doing. They did these right.

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