Has anyone replaced tires yet on the Diesel Grand Cherokee? Wondering what everyone is thinking of upgrading to?
These or the LTX M/S2 would have been my preference but at the time also not available in a "similar" 20" size. My other issues with the Forteras were Tread life and why I went with the Michelin. Nothing bad to say about the Cooper's, know lots of guys very happy with those too.Michelin LTX AT's are another tire I've had really good results with on my Jeeps.
What size did you put on? I noticed the closest size to the factory is LT275/65R18 in the Goodyear Wranlger Duratrac. I have had three Chevy 2500HD trucks with GY Wrangler Duratracs and love the tire. Did these tires increase the cabin noise at all?I put Goodyear Duratrac on my original 18" rims. Love em!
Thanks for the quick reply and information!I put on 265/60R18 on. If you look on Tire Rack.com they have the size available there and decently priced. Cabin noise is a little louder but I've honestly just gotten used to it. I don't think it's that bad though. And it doesn't mess with the Quadra Lift like someone else asked earlier in this thread.
Your Jeep looks great with those GYDT. I had those on my 08 Pathfinder and loved them. They did great in all weather and conditions. I was able to get about 55k miles out those tires. I'll be looking at those for my Jeep when the time comes.View attachment 160 I went with Goodyear Duratrax 275/65/18 on my stock Overland wheels. Tight fit as mentioned here but they do not rub. Sound is slightly louder than stock on some roads and not noticeable on others. I imagine they may get louder as previous aggressive tires have done. I think it looks pretty good with the stock wheels.
Went above Mantua and tried them a bit. They seemed to be okay. They seem to be as quiet as the Michelins. Thus nearly the "Cat's Meow"Those tires look good. I know there wasn't much snow in Utah but were you able to try them in the snow at all?