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Aggressive looking on-road tires?

Earl LaChance

EML 2001 TJ 4cyl
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Hello! 2001 Jeep TJ 2.5l no lift. I have 31x10.50R15 LTs on her and would like to hear some thoughts and suggestions for more "aggressive" looking 32s. I live in Miami so the only offroading is the Everglades trails...

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Mr. Bills

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Take a look at the Cooper Discoverer AT3 LT.

For an even more aggressive tread there is the Cooper ST/Maxx, which is classified as a commercial traction tire.

You will probably also get recommendations to consider Firestone Destination, General Grabber and other similar tires. All are solid choices for a street jeep.

The key will be to look for AT tires with an LT (light truck) classification, "C" load rating if at all possible. P (passenger), SL (standard load) and XL (extra load) tires would not be a good choice for a jeep, you want a LT tire.
 
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AndyG

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Nitto ridge grappler . Quiet , but aggressive. Not sure sizes available.
 

Atv1273

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I’m running the BFG AT2. Very on road friendly and mild off road capable. My “Jeeping” is mostly logging roads around the PNW.