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Dueler AT revo rubber

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PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2005 6:52 pm    Post subject: Dueler AT revo rubber Reply with quote

Does anyone have any opinions on the Dueler revos. I am looking for a good set of highway tires that will be decent when I do off road. I have 31" goodyears on it now and I hate them. I have heard good things about the Revos except that lighter vehs tend to wear them out quicker. If not the revos what else do you suggest. Looking for 30s probably.
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PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2005 7:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Moved to Suspension, Steering and Tires from the TJ Forum.

Depends on what type of off-road you mean. If it is light trail or forest roads then the revo's would be sufficient. For anything other than that you should look for a more aggresive AT or MT. I have a set of BF Goodrich A/T's in 30/9.5 and they are perfect for what I use them for (easy to moderate trails, rocks, mud, water crossings). They work well on rocks and in mud, in rain and in snow I have had no traction problems. They are not that loud either. For my truck I have a set of Dueller A/T's (not the revo's), but that doesn't spend much time off road. I've had them in light mud, snow, heavy rain, forest roads, crossing streams and I love them, but I would not use them for my jeep.
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PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2005 11:35 am    Post subject: Revo's Reply with quote

I have 31" Dueler REVOs on my '04 KJ with a 2.5" RRO lift and love them. I even put 16" rims on my '88 YJ so I can rotate wheels if necessary. Moabs with the REVOs and Goodyear MT/Rs on the OEM 16" KJ steelies. In 15 minutes I can swap wheels/tires depending on which Jeep is going on a trail ride!

I've had those REVOs at Paragon, Rausch Creek, Camp Jeep, GWNF, and on the beach, and grip has NEVER been an issue. Wet roads and ice were also a piece of cake. I might like the LOOK of the BFG A/Ts better, but I feel the REVOs are better on road and off. I bought a set of used BFG M/Ts from a friend and only kept them on for a month, way too rough and noisy for a DD, though we're not sure how they were treated before she got them used. The Goodyear MT/Rs are much smoother than the BFG M/Ts, but again, the BFGs look better I think. Since it isn't really about looks, I have the REVOs and MT/Rs. When the MT/Rs wear out, I'll look at Dueler M/Ts, hoping they have a REVO version by then.
'04 KJ: 3.7L, 2.5" RRO lift, 31" Dueler A/T REVOs, Boulder Bars, SkidRow engine/tranny skid, Rancho RSX, Hellas, OEM hooks/skids/fogs, brush/taillight guards.
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