Best onroad/offroad tires

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by rc89, Oct 30, 2008.

  1. rc89

    rc89 New Member

    i have a 94 sonoma 2 wheel drive with a 3 inch body lift. My question is what are the best off road tires that still do well on the pavement as a daily driver. im thinking some type of bfgoodrich but if anybody knows something help me out thanks
  2. tlperry68

    tlperry68 New Member

    For a good off road handlers but quiet on pavement I like Good Year Wranglers. I have used them a few times before and found them to be a good marriage between aggressive off road use and every day driving for a 1/2 ton truck.
  3. sheep

    sheep New Member

    consumer report said that the Nitto Terra Grappler ATs were the number 1 tire. some people love them, some people hate them. the BFG AT KO are a pretty good tire.
  4. MWright936

    MWright936 New Member

    According to my latest Consumer Reports, they have the Nittos at #8. They list the Pirelli Scorpion ATR's at #1. I've heard lots of good things about the Nittos though, and they are among the tires I will look at when I have to get new rubber on my truck.
  5. 04sierracrewcab

    04sierracrewcab New Member

    I hate them. they SUCK in the mud
    Bfg all terrains are great in the mud and are a respectable tire on the road.
    My dad has pro-comp X terrains and they are a great offroad tire . and a decent road tire .. he drives the jeep everyday on a 20 mile drive on the Hwy :neutral:
  6. 4x4_only

    4x4_only New Member

    I totally agree...they suck!

    The BFG's all terrain are great all around tires and you get great mileage out of them. Even the mud terrains get great mileage. I have 35,000 miles on my mud terrains and have great tread left.
  7. Never Enough

    Never Enough New Member

    Agreed on the BFG's. I've run AT's, and my wife has the MT's and they hold up really well. Not a noisy tire either.
  8. common dude

    common dude New Member

  9. 95CTburb19

    95CTburb19 New Member

    I have heard great things about the bfg all terrains. On my 2wd I have cooper discoverer ST's. They were already run for a ton of miles before I got them (free from my boss). I've put a ton of miles on em and they still have good tread. They do well in the snow too.
  10. sheep

    sheep New Member

    ^ see what i mean, some people love them, some people hate them. i do like the Pirelli ATRs, nice aggresive yet sporty tread, heard they arent too noisy either

    on the other hand im running Falken Landair HTs(yep a highway tire) and they do great in the mud lol of coarse they are 10 plys so its going to take a little more then a few sticks and rocks to go through them, but then again im not in the mud everyday
  11. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra New Member

    i would recommend the Cooper discoverer STT. they are very quiet on the road for an MT and are awesome in every condition
  12. choo

    choo New Member

    A few friends of mine and I have the BFG AT KO's and we love em and we live in the suburbs of Buffalo, the BFG's are the only tires besides snow tires rated for severe snow and ice. Had some pirelli's in the past, ok off road- great on, but wore out ay to fast
  13. 04sierracrewcab

    04sierracrewcab New Member

    I went mudding last night in some very slippery muddy clay, (Kuhumo Road Venture AT's) and I must say Im VERY:great::great: impressed with them, they did great not a doubt in my mind i was going to get stuck @ any time on the trail! They have alamost 10k on them and have plenty of tread left (i drive agressivly) :money:
    however there a little noisy on the road, my exaust drones them out though :lol:



    they are the cheapest all terrain tire Discount Tire. has (down here @ least)
  14. zach45

    zach45 New Member

    toyo mt'ss
  15. Chevyfan4life

    Chevyfan4life New Member

    I got a set of BFG All terrain. I love them, they are very very smooth on the road and do realy well. They also get me out of some tough stuff. Go with your gut feeling, get the BFGs
  16. Miller2

    Miller2 New Member

    The best I used is the Goodyear Wrangler with the silent armor LT's,

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  17. onequick66

    onequick66 New Member

    i have goodyear wranglers on my 4x4 and i like them a lot. they are quiet on the highway and have really good traction in the mud
  18. johnny_ringo

    johnny_ringo New Member


    i've ran the ST's too and agree they are worth every penny. i've ran the BFG AT's and they were fine too, but seemed to be noiser than the Cooper's and didn't look as aggressive (plus they cost more). I got about the same mileage out of both.
  19. johnny_ringo

    johnny_ringo New Member


    these were the first tires i bought for my current truck and they were (so far) the best mud tires i've every ran. you can't beat the looks and i put 50K+ miles on them, they were well worth the price. my only complaint was in the sand. i really had to watch the throttle, otherwise they wanted to dig to china!
  20. Z71_guy

    Z71_guy New Member

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