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What brand of affordable all season tires should I purchase for my 2001 Jeep Cherokee. I do highway driving most of the time. Any suggestions?
 

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Just purchased 4 new Hankook at's for the wife's commander, can't speak for mileage yet but so far pretty happy with them
 

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The two best ATs i can think of are the BFG KO and the Goodyear Druatrac.
 

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Cooper tires
 

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I've heard good things about the general grabber at2 also. I don't think you could go wrong with any well known AT tire honestly. I would stay away from cheap tires.
 

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Wife tried to save some $ last year and bought Jetzon at's. Junk just pure junk,they lasted less than 15,000 mi ....... stick with a well known company it's cheaper in the long run
 

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I think the OP wants All SEASON tires, not all terrains. All seasons have non-aggressive tread for better highway manners and longer life.

I can't help with this since I never touch A/S tires.

I run goodyear authority A/T on both of my jeeps. Fantastic tire.
 

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Oops,my bad. I know nothing about all-seasons exept they don't do very well in the snow,they will get you by but that's it.
 

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I guess I misread too. I think the best all season tires ever are Michelin light truck tires. Get the ones with the squiggly sipes. They come in sizes up to 32" and just don't slip on ice and snow
 

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4.3L XJ said:
I guess I misread too. I think the best all season tires ever are Michelin light truck tires. Get the ones with the squiggly sipes. They come in sizes up to 32" and just don't slip on ice and snow
I had those on my stock 00 Cherokee. They were good tires for sure.
 

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I guess it depends on what you would consider "affordable", do you have a budget in mind?

I don't know if you have them in the States, but up here we have the Wild Country brand. Best tires besides BFG's that I have ever owned, they make all seasons / AT's etc...great tread wear, quiet on the streets, really just a good all around tire. I'll be going back to their AT's in the Spring.
 

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Those Goodyear wranglers at Walmart for $100 each tire last for basically ever

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Craigslist should have a ton of Goodyear gsa tires since a lot of jeepers take them off for upgraded tires.
 

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New here. I'm beginning to run low on tread on my BFG tires and have been looking around for a decent all season tire as well. I've been looking at the Kumho Solus TA11 tires that I found on www.tirecrazy.com, does anyone have any experience with these? They've got some president's day promotion and I'm really considering taking advantage before this deal is gone.
 

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It seems like they are more of a car tire than something an SUV would use.
 

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I run 235 Goodyear Wranglers for winter months. I put them on a little early. Buddy called and said he was stuck in a hole with his 4seat Razor. I figured I’d see what they would do. Drove into hole 20ft up to bottom of doors hooked up and backed out pulling that razor. Have to say they are awesome tires for $.
 

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Nearly every tire Goodyear makes for light truck applications is called a wrangler. Which tires are you talking about?
 
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