When you really think about it, the wheels are the one thing on your car or truck that is in contact with whatever surface you are driving on. So no matter how great your suspension is, or any other part on your truck, if you are on the wrong tires, you are going to have issues.
When choosing the right tire, you want to consider the conditions you drive in.
If you live in the desert, you want to have a tire that does well in the heat and even the sand.
If you live primarily in an urban environment and never off road, then you purely want a tire to last a long time and have good grip on the road.
If you like to go mud bogging, and that is what this site is about, you are gonna want a tire that does good in wet and muddy conditions.
Here is the link to youtube.com.
If you are like me, you want a big aggressive looking tire that also performs well off road, but doesn’t cost a fortune. For my money, I recommend you look into the following Toyo and Nitto tires.
My first choice:
Toyo Open Country M/T
My second choice:
Nitto Mud Grapppler
Check back later, as I hope to give a more thorough review of both of those tires.
Read more about mud tires here.