35" Tire recomendation for JLUR, daily driver, mostly highway

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what 35" tires do you recommend for a daily driver JLUR, mostly highway use, but that still have an aggressive look?
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Wondering the same?
 

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I had BFG All terrain KO on my 2010 wrangler. Just saw it in town 2 days ago and stopped and talked to the owner. Tires I put on it were still on. 45K on them and still looked great ! I also like the Nitto Terra Grappler All terrain. Im going to put one of the two on my Jeep when it finally comes in!
 

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I’ve been researching this subject too. The big thing is to find a tire in a load range C which will give you a more comfortable ride. The two sizes to look for are LT35 x 12.5 x 17 or
LT315 x 70 x 17. Lots of folks like the Nitto Ridge Grappler too. It has a real aggressive look!
 
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I’ve been researching this subject too. The big thing is to find a tire in a load range C which will give you a more comfortable ride. The two sizes to look for are LT35 x 12.5 x 17 or
LT315 x 70 x 17. Lots of folks like the Nitto Ridge Grappler too. It has a real aggressive look!
Ive heard a lot about the Nitto Terra Grappler also
 

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BFG KO2 hands down.
 

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I'm debating between STT Pro and Mastercraft Courser MXT. Both look aggressive and not too heavy, around 65 lbs. Undecided on the wheels though
 

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285/75/17 ridge grapplers - load range C if you want an AT tire.....
The specs on these say 34”, but nice tire and close enough!
 

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We love our Nitto TerraGrapplers on the GC and will do the same on the Jeep. They are 2 sided. One side more of a street look and the other a little more aggressive. We have the aggressive side facing out.
 

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The specs on these say 34”, but nice tire and close enough!
Most 35” tires aren’t 35” - I am putting these on my sport - the KO2’s haven’t impressed me like the original KO tires so time for a change
 

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We love our Nitto TerraGrapplers on the GC and will do the same on the Jeep. They are 2 sided. One side more of a street look and the other a little more aggressive. We have the aggressive side facing out.
Have not heard this before, nice to know. Thanks
 

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I’ve been leaning towards the Goodyear MTR Kevlar. Very aggressive and from my research the lightest weight 35” tire. Anybody have any experience with this tire? I know Tire Rack has a lot of reviews, but was just wondering what people on this forum have to say about this tire.
 

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I have ran Toyo tires but didn't realize that Nitto had this option, I need to check this out maybe for my CJ also.
 
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