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No issues wet or dry and they are the quietest MT I’ve ever had. Even the wife asked why the Jeep was so quiet after I put them on. To some, the lack of noise is a turnoff but I daily mine and use the Bluetooth so the quieter tires were a plus for me. I’ll be curious how they wear but they’re one of the meatier M/T’s out there at 20/32” tread depth.
Awesome, thanks for the feedback.
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Km3's for 3k miles on and off road. Noise isn't a problem, great ride. Balanced easily. A little pricier, but very happy with them.

When I wear these out, might go back to ko2's, depends on how much wheeling I get to do in TN, and whether I'm overlanding or not much.
 

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Any opinions on Duratracs? I rarely see them mentioned here for whatever reason.
I love mine that are currently on the JKU. I haven't put DuraTracs on the JL yet because the factory tires (A/T) are fulfilling my current needs:like:
 
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I went from stock Sahara A/T’s to 295/70/17 Yokohama Geolander M/T G003’s and love them.

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these tires mean serious business , it will be a struggle for me to make my selection but so far I am sticking to the Falken Wildpeaks A/T 3W
 

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I have about 10K miles on my Ridge Grapplers and I'm super happy. I haven't been on snow or mud but they've performed exceptionally well with dirt, sand and light rock crawling. They're also reasonably quiet and comfortable on the highway despite being E rated. I run them at 30 psi, 15 offroad.
 

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Friend on mine had Patagonia tires and when I would ride with him I liked them so I bought a set of 33's and I am super happy
 

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I've had many different tires and have liked most.

The Yokohama MT+ were super rumbly on road and wouldn't stay balance. Least favorite tire that I had on a jeep. They did great offroad and surprisingly well in snow. Just couldn't get past the other issues.
 
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I’ve been running 35” KO2’s, and have been looking to upgrade to 37’s. Trouble is I’m running the AEV Borah’s with rock rings which are heavy wheels, so I need to find a tire that’s not to heavy to keep the weight under 120lbs. So far I’ve been stuck between the Patagonia and the Geolandar.
 

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I had Duratracs on my Fj. I didn't think about them much which means they were great for everything. However, in the rain they were fantastic, really standout. Puddles at 70 no problem.

The K02s that were on the loaner were also great on road and snow, didn't dirt with them as it was a loaner. I had bfg a/t on a previous car and felt they really sucked in snow, the k02 were totally different.
 

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Went from 245/75/17 Dualers:
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to 305/65/17 Cepek Extreme Cou try MT's:
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Have to say I’m very happy with my KO2’s - just changed them up from stock to 35x12.50’s.

They’ve done some mild off-roading on mud and ice with no issues, road use has been snow, ice, rain and dry with no weird characteristics and the road noise (not a big consideration) has been minimal.
 

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285/70R18 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on my 2020 Sahara Altitude stock rims. Driven about 200 miles but seem to be great!

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285/70R18 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on my 2020 Sahara Altitude stock rims. Driven about 200 miles but seem to be great!

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That looks great!

285/70R18 works out to a 34-inch tire. You are not getting any rubbing?
 

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That looks great!

285/70R18 works out to a 34-inch tire. You are not getting any rubbing?
I did a lot of research from probably 10-12 threads on this forum. All clear so far and I’ve did some tight turns and bumps without any problems. Looks to have plenty of space without any lift or tire spacers. I wanted the taller narrow look without a lot of tire outside of the fender and it turned out great!
 
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