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Josh FI got a call today from my local firestone dealer to say that they had some replacements, my choices were Remington AT's or Tiger Paws. I do really think these are comparable tires so I asked if thats was all they had, he told me that they would be getting non-recall Wilderness AT next week.

I am going to take advantage of the $100 per tire reimbursement plan. If you had a choice and wanted a tire that rides smooth but still has the AT look which ones would you choose?

Thanks in advance
Josh F

donfromnaplesgo with Michelin AT. Forget about the others they offered. you will not be disappointed. read about them out good luck.
JeepersDon has a good suggestion. You will like the Michelin LTX A/T. It's very quiet for an AT tire and will last a long time. The other tires you mentioned are not in the same league. Another consideration is the Pirelli Scorpion AT which has been discussed here, but is will be louder than the Michelin and not last as long.

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