Who may have feedback on 37" Goodyear Wrangler Kevlar MtR tires

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Thinking ahead. May be my next tire. Says weight is 73 lbs. Seems in the middle of the field for 37" tires.
 

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Ran 37" MTRs on my JKU, they were awesome tire for wheeling, tons of grip and run pretty close to size. And as you stated, a pretty light tire. I have a few negatives:

-They were definitely a lot harder to balance, sent a couple back to DTD because they were out of round. Also had inventory issues when I had them.
-They're loud, you can get used to the noise, but not the best tires for a DD
-They didn't perform the best in snow

For the price, I think the Cooper STT Pros are a cheaper and better option. Seems to be the tire of choice for a lot of people on the forums, that or the Milestars
 
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Ran 37" MTRs on my JKU, they were awesome tire for wheeling, tons of grip and run pretty close to size. And as you stated, a pretty light tire. I have a few negatives:

-They were definitely a lot harder to balance, sent a couple back to DTD because they were out of round. Also had inventory issues when I had them.
-They're loud, you can get used to the noise, but not the best tires for a DD
-They didn't perform the best in snow

For the price, I think the Cooper STT Pros are a cheaper and better option. Seems to be the tire of choice for a lot of people on the forums, that or the Milestars
The milesta Patagonia is another possibility. Plenty of time!
 

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Unless a dedicated offroader I'd avoid the MTR. Sort of a dinosaur or tires with so many new and better options out. The MTR is probably the most expensive MT as well.
 

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