Originally Posted by 99ranger4x4
you need to stop comparing a mud terrain to an all terrain..
what do you want?
do you care if its a little louder?
-if so, stop lifting and lower it back down.. hell buy a Lexus or something
a lifted truck deserves an aggressive tire.. thats just me, a 33 is as big as i would go for an AT, but if i got an AT it would be a bfg..
I'm not trying to compare anything, I just want to know what people think I should go with. I like all of them. I think I said in an earlier post that noise isn't a big issue, but the quieter the better.
My truck is 2wd so either way I don't have a lot of traction. I like the Bighorn for looks, but also performance. I spend 95% of driving on the road. That's the biggest reason an A/T would make sense for me. Also it snows a pretty decent amount here and my truck needs all the help it can get in snow. The Grabber AT2 is one of the highest rated "snow" tires that's not actually a snow tire.
Matt, just calm down. I don't wheel much, if any. That should change once this happens, as the Dunes will be my first trip.
As far as everyone else's posts, I think I want to see all of them in person before I decide.
Bighorn PROS: Aggressive tread pattern, great looks, great reviews CONS: Noisy, shallow siping
Grabber AT2 PROS: Great in snow and wet weather, quiet, great looks and reviews CONS: Have had tread separation issues in past, its an AT
Sport Kings PROS: Siped, tread pattern between mud and at CONS: Few people run them so I don't have a lot of info