Yokohama X-AT vs Grabber ATX vs M/T G003 in 35s for daily?

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Currently running Falken Wildpeak AT3W 275/60r20 (33”) on my 4Xe Sahara. I’m going to keep the stock 20” wheels but upgrading to 35s. Narrowed it down to these three:

Yokohama Geolandar X-AT 35x12.5

General Grabber ATX 35x12.5

Yokohama Geolandar M/T G003
35x11.5

also open to Nitto, but I want something different than Ridge Grapplers since they’re everywhere. Recon Grapplers look good though

This will be going on as a daily, but I have and will continue to do some moderate level trails with it. My Falkens actually did surprisingly well during my last real off roading experience, but I would love some more clearance and protection, which is why I’m also doing a 2” lift. I don’t see a lot of Jeep reviews on the X-AT or the Grabber ATX in 35s. Any feedback? The M/T G003 looks like one of the best MT tire you can get for a daily since it’s quiet but it’s still an MT tire, but dang they look amazing and are actually the cheapest option currently

 

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The updated BF Goodrich KM3 mud terrain tires are nice and quiet on the road. And although they are an E rated tire (for the 35” version) I find the on road characteristics great (especially aired down properly using the chalk test).

I’ve found other mud tires with deeper treads, but I’m assuming those would be a bit louder on the road.
 

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