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So I think I have narrowed down the tires I want to get to just 2:

Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor

Falken Rocky Mountain ATS

They're both within the price range I'm looking to spend. Whichever I get will be in 235x75R15 variety since it is a size that is working for me right now (plus with a 3.55 rear axle gear ratio and a 4 cyl up front pushing it, I don't want to go much bigger). I've seen both being used offroad and am pleased with how they were working so now the question is which tire to get.
 

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So I think I have narrowed down the tires I want to get to just 2:

Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor

Falken Rocky Mountain ATS

They're both within the price range I'm looking to spend. Whichever I get will be in 235x75R15 variety since it is a size that is working for me right now (plus with a 3.55 rear axle gear ratio and a 4 cyl up front pushing it, I don't want to go much bigger). I've seen both being used offroad and am pleased with how they were working so now the question is which tire to get.
Rock mountains?? I have Falken Wildpeaks. I suppose the Rock Mountains are the cheapo ones?
 

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Actually I have been researching this tire a lot, the Rocky Mountains are the Discount Tire version of the exact same tire of the Wildpeaks, basically they do that so they can use the phrase we will sell lower than anyone else on these tires, well if you have your own version of the tires, tough for anyone else to sell it lower.
 
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