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Currently I have the factory installed Goodyear Wrangler HP's on the factory 20" rims. I would like to get rid of the crappy HP's and get something better, but with all the options out there I'm having a hard time deciding. I was looking at the Nitto Terra Grapplers and I like those alot, but I want to investigate all options. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks! :smileup:
 

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I have had good luck with the Bridgestone Dueler AT Revo2's. They look good, ride nice and quiet, excelent in rain, snow, dirt, mud and dry roads and I have had 2 sets on my 05 ram and got over 65000 miles each set. And they just came out with the 20" tires, so thats my 2 cents and thats what I will changing to as soon as these HP's wear out..
 

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duelers I had picked up and threw a lot of stones from my gravel driveway, the goodyears do not , just a heads up if you have a long stone driveway!
 

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I have looked at the Bridgestone Duelers as well, a friend of mine has them on his truck and he really likes them.
 

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They are in my opinion, the best tires out there. They will pick up some rocks though like rammers52 said but they are a great all around tire
 

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:smileup: I work for a tire shop in Vancouver. If you mainly drive on streets with some off road then Terra Grapplers are an awesome choice. Every customer that has them loves them. Other popular choice is the TBC XTX Sport. (all season winter rated).

Must of our customers love the Nitto's though, haven't had one complaint on them yet. Good wet and dry traction and decent off the road.
 

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I favor the the Michelin LTX. I have them on my other vehicles, but I'll run these stock Wranglers until they're wore out.



This Nitto Terra Grapplers sure look nice though.... might have to try them.

 

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My Terra's have been great on my 1500 and my 3500 (I got the exact same ones in different sizes on both my rigs). They look good and mileage/wear has been average to slightly good. At first I was unsure about the 325 Terras I put on my 1500, but after 6 months, I am happy with them and would recommend them if you want a decent AT. I am a 100% BFG fan for mud terrains (all I will run on my CJ-7), but never cared for their AT's.
 

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check ou the mickey thompsons baja claws atz i just put a set on my big horn it takes a couple days to get used to them because you have been running thoes sh%t GY tires, but you will be impressed
 

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I have had good luck with the Bridgestone Dueler AT Revo2's. They look good, ride nice and quiet, excelent in rain, snow, dirt, mud and dry roads and I have had 2 sets on my 05 ram and got over 65000 miles each set. And they just came out with the 20" tires, so thats my 2 cents and thats what I will changing to as soon as these HP's wear out..
X2 have them and they are great changed my at 1500 miles :smileup:
 

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I just bought some 275-60-20 Cooper zeon ltz and I love then so far. The look goood and aggressive. Do great on and off road
Have the same tires on mine and like them also. Great tires! Waiting on my Moto Metal 951's to arrive and ditch the plastic wheels for some real chrome. I did notice on my 2010, the stock oem Wranglers (275/60/20) are smaller than the Cooper's. The Coops have a slight rub at full turn. They measure out at a full 33" tire versus the junk Goodyear.
 

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goodyear duretrecs here, i like them so far have about 2000km on them, seem to be wearing good, they are bad a$$ in snow! great look too, and cheaper than the BFG A/T
 

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I've had the Bridgestone Dueler AT's on my last two trucks and loved them. Good ride and for the tread there isn't much road noise if any. I plan on getting a set when these "badyears" wear out.
 

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Have the same tires on mine and like them also. Great tires! Waiting on my Moto Metal 951's to arrive and ditch the plastic wheels for some real chrome. I did notice on my 2010, the stock oem Wranglers (275/60/20) are smaller than the Cooper's. The Coops have a slight rub at full turn. They measure out at a full 33" tire versus the junk Goodyear.
To add to my post, here is a pic of the Coopers.

 

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+1 for the Cooper Zeon. I have a set and love them. I haven't had any rub w the 275/60 20 on stock wheels, even at full lock. I guess every vehicle is a bit different.
 
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