Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armour (On-/Off-Road All-Terrain)
Moved from a P-Metric to a 6 Ply LT tire. Excellent tire, especially in the LT. Tire is much better performing in the LT as this is a 6000 pound truck. Silent Armor is exactly that - silent. So far the snow, slush, and dry performance have been better than expected. -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, Chevy Avalanche Z71, Calgary, AB Canada driving 500 miles so far with an average driving style.
Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac (On-/Off-Road Commercial Traction)
My driving is actually 35% on dirt, gravel, mud, snow on two-track roads and off-road with 65% highway miles for a wildlife management agency. These tires are the best all-year, all terrain/highway I have ever run in 30 years. Load range E with 40 psi good handling on/off road and highway with low highway noise. I am also running this tire on two 1-ton Fords under the same conditions with the same good overall performance. - Tire Rack Consumer Review, Toyota Tacome, WY driving 10,000 miles so far with a spirited driving style
Goodyear Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar (Off-Road Maximum Traction)
Follow up from past review, I can now say that this tire is the very best overall weekend warrior tire available. We just had over two feet of snow and the MT/R tires performed flawlessly. I was helping the Hwy Patrol rescue poor folks stuck in the snow. The noise level is a little higher but still not as bad as some. Also, the tires are wearing very even, I should get about 60,000 mi out of them. Glad I bought 5 tires as I will replace with the same when needed. -- Tire Rack Consumer Review, Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, NC, driving 14,000 miles so far with an average driving style