That is what I have on my Wrangler as well. I have had those on other trucks and been very happy with the overall performance and wear. Too early to confirm here since it's early days with the Jeep for me. So far so good with the Duratracs that came on my SuperDuty... If I got a good deal on those I would consider them on the Wrangler when it comes time. Really hard to beat the K02s though and I expect I'll stay with those long term and for replacements down the road.I couldn't be happier with my BFG TA KO2.
Those are great tires for the right condition. I think a key here is the "snow" portion... And more specifically, what type and depth of snow will the OP experience. I wouldn't want KM3s on a daily that only saw hardpack and ice (like we see in Michigan). Deeper snow, maybe... Hard to say, though, Washington could see lots of varied conditions depending on location.We prefer BFG KM3’s.
Nice! For me the best snow tire I've used (although not on a Jeep) was a set of Michelin Artic Alpin snow tires on a 1st Gen SVT focus. Ridiculous. Front wheel drive, but had zero issues throughout a couple relatively harsh MI winters. That was another convincing moment for me regarding having the right tires for the driving condition above all else.I've got Toyo Open Country MT's on both Wranglers. Excellent, but they're a bit loud on pavement.
Best tire I've ever used in snow was a 40x14x15 Super Swamper IROK bias ply on wheels with Staun internal beadlocks. Running 0 PSI. Might not be ideal for a mostly street driven vehicle, though.
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