One Goodyear tire I would say never use is the Wrangler RTS. I had one fall apart at the bead. They replaced it free. Then about halfway through their tread 2 of the 4 had belt shift. Wobbling all over the place. My dad had the same tires at the same time. He had 3 of 4 with belt shift. I will avoid Goodyear from now on.
I have run 5 or 6 sets of BF Goodrich down to nothing with no problems. Coopers have also treated me very good. Currently running General's about 6,000 miles on them. I like them great traction not loud and don't seem to be wearing fast.
I have had nasty luck with some Goodyear tires too. Had a couple of 11X15 Wranglers steel belts fall apart and become cousins of porcupines. Had other belt separations etc. The seem to make better tires for others than their own brand
I put MasterCraft courser A/T on my Jetta. Over a year ago. I have been very happy with them in the snow and rain. 215/75/15. $325.00. Even drove 3 hours to get them. I would not have a problem putting them on an SUV.
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