April 30, 2019
I’ve been running these tires for the past 8,000 miles. As far as aesthetics go they really accomplished the look I wanted on my 2015 2 door JK. The 33s look great and are much beefier than stock and don’t make my 1.5 inch lift look like I’m driving a monster truck with a set of stolen tires from my sisters Mini Cooper.
I commute everyday in traffic and the tires are pretty quiet. Honestly i notice the wind noise and not really anything from the tires. That being said if your looking at all terrain or mud terrain tires you can expect a certain level of road noise. I only notice road noise when I have my doors off and I’m driving at lower speeds when the wind noise from the windshield is dampened. After all if your looking at all terrain tires your probably not driving a Prius and should have an expectation of some level of road noise. But as far as ride quality, comfort, and noise, they provide on road grip in all New England road conditions similar to that of a normal all season tire. For an aggressive and weekend warrior off-road tire I was very surprised at how they handle in how I use my Jeep 90 of the time, which is on road in traffic.
I’ve taken my current set up off-road in snow, mud, and over very soft sand. I’ve had no issues. Air them down to 12-15 psi or for whatever the prevailing conditions call for and you will be fine. If you’re not doing trails in Moab and plan on daily driving your Jeep, or more likely taking a few conference calls from the road when you sneak out of the office early on a Friday to hit the trails with your buddies I can think of no better tire.
5/5 will purchase another set when I run these to the ground.
PS I wish they were just slightly wider to give that look of a wider stance. Thinking about adding a 1.5 spider trax spacer just to give my Jeep a little bit more stance and curb appeal.