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Godawgs1114
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Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Looking at the nitto ridge grappler. Any other recommendations looking for under $350 a tire. 33x12.50
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Seuqnoc
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Lafayette
Member since Jul 2020
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Goodyears


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WylieTiger
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
I like my AT2s. I guess I will get to test them in ice tomorrow.


bootlegger
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Ponchatoula
Member since Dec 2012
4854 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Been very happy with my Falkens. They have a 55k mile warranty, also, I think.

Image: https://i.postimg.cc/gJY0nwB2/IMG-20171127-161649.jpg


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chew4219
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Mickey Thompson ATZ P3


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AthensRattler
Georgia Fan
Classic City, GA
Member since Dec 2013
696 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Getting some ridge grapplers put on a pro-4x Frontier tomorrow. I’ll let you know if they are loud and rough. Truck isn’t a daily driver so I should’ve gone more aggressive


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BorrisMart
LSU Fan
La
Member since Jul 2020
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Ridge Grapplers are my favorite of the 3 popular ones that I have had (bfg k02 and Toyo oc a/t 2). Plus the ridge grapplers look better imo. Check the specs on Ridge grapplers, not sure about the sizing for the 33's but the "35/11.5r20 and 12 are like 34.4". just fwiw, may want to look at the metric sizing if the size was something you were really wanting to get accurate.

Edit: also fwiw, my RG's are 34/11 basically and they are fairly new but just as quiet and smooth as the 32" slick goodyears that came on the truck.
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dbllung
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Feb 2013
551 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Falken Wildpeak 2 can't be beat for price!!


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Landmass
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Member since Jun 2013
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
Falken Wildpeak

I won't ever buy any other kind now that I have them.


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MrBobDobalina
USA Fan
BRo.LA
Member since Oct 2011
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
+1 for ridge grappler. Not the best for rain but off road is great and very little road noise for how aggressive they look


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lsufan1971
LSU Fan
Zachary
Member since Nov 2003
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
BFG AT2’s had them on 3 different trucks. Ride good and do good enough off road for me and can get 60-70K if you rotate.
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Landmass
Ole Miss Fan
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
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BFG AT2


Those are great tires but I'd argue that the Falken Wildpeaks are just as good at a much lower price.


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thejudge
USA Fan
Westlake, LA
Member since Sep 2009
10798 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
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I like my AT2s. I guess I will get to test them in ice tomorrow.


Can get them from the dealerships as take offs as well in multiple sizes.

They've been great for me when the dealer has em for cheap


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TigersnJeeps
Auburn Fan
FL Panhandle
Member since Jan 2021
104 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
On my TJ, i had 31x10.5 KOs, 33x10.5 KO2s, and 33x10.5 KM2s. All these wore like iron... dry rot starts before tread worn down. the 33 KO2 had 50k when i replaced them. KM2s had 30k when the jeep got totaled. All got louder with miles.

KO2s were bad in any standing water - you would feel it in the steering. Mud performance was ok for the style.

On my JK, i have 35x12.5x17 Nitto RGs. Quiet still with 25k miles, mostly highway. Not much mud use so can't really comment. I think better overall to the KO2s.

on the 33" inch size, weight differences might not be much. But there is a great range of weights between manufacturers. Load ratings will also make a difference in ride and weight.
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Jcrew
Mississippi St. Fan
Gulf coast
Member since Aug 2012
636 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
BFG K02. I can get 80-90k out of a set if properly rotated. They can be a little difficult to keep balanced.

Nittos are stout too and I've seen some get really good miles as well.


Cracker
Montana Fan
in a box
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re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
I have nitto terra grapplers AT and 50k on them and have 11/32 left of tread left


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Ol boy
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2018
1149 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
BFGs or Goodyear wranglers


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Cwar11
LSU Fan
Shreveport
Member since Jan 2010
2284 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
I’m at 45k on my RG’s. 33/12.5 on 17 Tundra.
They ride good & not loud on the road. Gas mileage however, tanked my already shitty mpg’s.


BorrisMart
LSU Fan
La
Member since Jul 2020
3265 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
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Gas mileage however, tanked my already shitty mpg’s.


Did you recalibrate? My gas mileage on the computer plummeted but I haven't recalibrated so I bet if I did it wouldn't be too drastic of a drop. idk though just my guess going off of what friends who had bigger tires and recalibrated have had.


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ccard257
Texas A&M Fan
Fort Worth, TX
Member since Oct 2012
875 posts

re: Best all terrain or hybrid all terrain/mud terrain tires
not enough cooper AT3 love on this thread. On my second set. First got almost 90k and could have gone a little farther.


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