Best All Terran Tires to buy


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Looking for a good all Terran tire. We live at the beach and take it on the sand and off road in the parts. We bought it like this with these tires but looking for a bit bigger ones. Suggestions greatly appreciated!
 

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Looks like PO may have taken the larger tires/rims off before sale. You may need to check the tire size input with a jscan.
 

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KM3`s have had good reviews, Dick Cepek Fun Country are made by Cooper tire have been good
 

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Looking for a good all Terran tire. We live at the beach and take it on the sand and off road in the parts. We bought it like this with these tires but looking for a bit bigger ones. Suggestions greatly appreciated!
Not sure if Falken Wildpeaks are available in your country, Toyo and Yokohama also good, but my next mud terrains will be either bfg or Nitto
 

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I went from Toyo Open Country MTs to the brand new set of BFG KO2s (AT) that I've had for 3 weeks now and I love them. Best ride my JKU has had since I bought her. Low noise and smooth ride (of course, it's all relative to a hefty MT).
Could not be happier with the purchase.
 

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Those look like the stock 16" rims that came with certain trim levels of jeep. You may want to look into some new 17x 8.5 (or 9) to upgrade to. You are going to be pretty limited in what you can get on the wheels you have, and pay more for those you can get.

You don't need to spend a ton of money on new wheels, but it will allow you to further customize the jeep to you.

With a black jeep like that, bronze ones (though you will pay more) would look pretty sharp.

With regard to tires, I'm very happy with my Falken Wildpeak.
 
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Those look like the stock 16" rims that came with certain trim levels of jeep. You may want to look into some new 17x 8.5 (or 9) to upgrade to. You are going to be pretty limited in what you can get on the wheels you have, and pay more for those you can get.

You don't need to spend a ton of money on new wheels, but it will allow you to further customize the jeep to you.

With a black jeep like that, bronze ones (though you will pay more) would look pretty sharp.

With regard to tires, I'm very happy with my Falken Wildpeak.
Yea I was thinking of getting bigger wheels to fill in the gap. I honestly don’t need to do much more to it as the PO did a lot of upgrades but he kept his tires he purchased
 
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Mike_D

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Toyo AT on my Wrangler, while my buddy has the BFG KO2s on his Land Cruiser. Both are top notch.
Sorry for the huge pic. First post. I gotta figure this site out...
 
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