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Looking to replace the tires on my stock Cherokee (XJ). I loved the Pirelli Scorpion ATR's but have heard great things about BFGoodrich All Terrains and Bridgestone duelers.

Just looking for any input on treadwear or roadnoise from experience. TireRack has helped me narrow it down a lot.

Thanks all.
 

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I have a Tacoma on BFG All Terrains and i absolutely love them. when i got them the guy said the ride will be more rough but i definately dont notice it too much. You can hear the tire while driving with the windows down, but they arent nearly as loud as like mud terrains are or anything that intense. I personally like the sound they make when the windows are down and music off because it kind of has a beast-like sound compared to stock haha
 

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what size are you looking to do? i have owned many tires, and sold even more. i am really liking the general grabber at2 and the hankook at-m, both for all around good performance.
 

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do you do any kind of roading? or is this just for street? the bfg at's are nice ran them on my yukon, then went over to the cooper st-c (i think) and really liked that tire, performed well for me and had great wear.
 

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Make sure if its used on the street that you dont wind up with such an aggressive tread pattern that tire noise becomes an issue
 

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Ended up going with the BFG AT's. Roadnoise isn't bad at all and the tread pattern is definitely beefy enough for the frequent but light off roading I do (the car is stock for now, so I'm pretty limited).

 

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Good choice my friend. Youll love them!
 

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do you do any kind of roading? or is this just for street? the bfg at's are nice ran them on my yukon, then went over to the cooper st-c (i think) and really liked that tire, performed well for me and had great wear.
I'm out in Colorado and am an avid mountaineer/hiker so I offroad it a few times a week. The old tires were really limiting where I could make it, especially if there is any snow (which, above 10,000', is till July:lol:). These should do the trick. Either way, I'm locker-less, so we're not doing anything too intense :bitenails:
 

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Of course my man! how are they in the snow and off the road?
Haven't had the chance to take em off road yet, theyve been mounted for 20 hrs and I've been busy for all 20. :lol: I'll probably head out this afternoon, so we'll see.

Friday I head for Phoenix and the Grand Canyon for Thanksgiving. Moab's en route, so why not? :lol:
 

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Haven't had the chance to take em off road yet, theyve been mounted for 20 hrs and I've been busy for all 20. :lol: I'll probably head out this afternoon, so we'll see.

Friday I head for Phoenix and the Grand Canyon for Thanksgiving. Moab's en route, so why not? :lol:
Beautiful. Putting them to real use. I havent gotten them off road too much other wise id give you imput haha
 

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Took them out to get the lines off em and see how they do in snow and ice. I'm am really really impressed, to say the least. These things have a ton of stopping power in the snow/ice/slush/shit







 

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Wow thats awesome haha. i didnt know they could travel so well in the snow and on the ice
 
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