Nitto muds..? Shit.. I could plow a yard with a 350 dualy wearing cheap all seasons tires without issue. That’s a no brainer. information. Best and safest performing tires in extreme winter conditions for acceleration, stopping, lateral control and step out recovery and emergency manoeuvres...? dedicated winters.. hands down.. no question. The soft compared, specialized sipping and treads are fat superior. And you.. for the first time just admitted that do they perform better. Nice to see you coming along.
As far as swapping them over..seriously? that’s a 30 min job you do yourself. I guess it’s a matter of life experience. EVERYONE up here has a set for each vehicle sitting in their garage waiting for fall. Perhaps in shorter milder winter conditions it not really necessary. Up here it is.
And finally.. as much as you would like to think otherwise.. it’s a fact that the majority of Jeep owners run their machines stock or close to. Shit.. half the JL’s out there won’t see anything harsher than a dirt road. So your argument there has zero merit. I run 33’s in the summer and my winters are 32.7’s.
Now.. if you want to talk about the best A/T tire in the winter.. you will more than likely not attract much debate from anyone.
Not going to waste more time on this. Its a stupid idea to swap 37’s or 35’s in ANY tire for a dedicated snow tire on a 4wd truck. Complete waste of time. Yu guys are likely first time buyers ... but Very few if anyone thats into/experienced in 4wheeling trails, rock crawling etc...would ever do something as stupid as swap out an at ,hybrid or mud tire for a 255 snow tire...I heard zambonis are also running KO2s. When they are not using Nitto muds, naturally.