I don't know about you guys but I'm going with Toyo Open Countries on my 86 Toyota 4x4 pickup, I'll be getting 65000 treadwear warranty with them and from what everyone tells me they'll get better treadwear on pavement than the BFG AT's, plus the Bfg AT's have ne treadwear warranty. Putting on 31110.5x15 instead of the 33x11.5x15's that was on it.I'll post a pic on my buildup thread as soon as I get them on.
I've used them on a variety of trucks. I also raced them off road - last time on a Class 11 bug. The previous owner of that car had run the Baja 500 on the same set. Only problem we had was hitting a big rock during an off and knocking the tire off the bead.
I've been running them for a while and love them. Been amazing for snow, mud, and even some ice. They also don't hold much mud which is a huge plus. Also the road noise is much less than other similar tires.
... Also the road noise is much less than other similar tires.
Second that with respect to the Wrangler Duratracs. I was very happy with the All-terrains on my XTerra (gone). They lasted long, too. Now I have Duratracs on my 86 MoreFunner and they have been (1) difficult to balance and (2) are loud because of the cupping from (1).
I plan to get BFG All-terrains next.