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IANi have a 98 jeep TJ with factory 225/75 15 tyres they are dangerous on ice and a bit squirley at the best of times i know my TJ is short and stiff even a little heavy on the front but there has to be a tyre that will keep me out of the ditch at 80kph on icey highways but still hold together on dry pavement i have driven for 40 years in europe and canada and on a lot of tyres but there seems to be more bullshit than ever these days out there help me Jeep owners in the great white north
CraigI'm not from Canada, but if I were I would be looking at the Bridgestone Dueler AT's, the Michelin LTX M/S's or the Pirelli Scorpion AT's in that order. These tires all rate well in ice, snow, wet and dry and have good tread life.

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