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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-31-2019, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Tire alternatives

These are the current tires I have on my Trail Hawk Renegade. I would like to know what kind of tires people have on their Jeep. What other tires can I put on my Jeep if I wanted to purchase new ones? Please post photos if you have any.
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Got Bridgestones on our limited and they are rubbish the steering feels like driving on ice when road surface changes or wet white lines.

Limited FWD DDCT, Carbon.
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popular choices are

bridgestone AT KO2 at 225/65/17
Yokohama geolander GO15 225/65/17
pirelli scorpion AT+ in 225/65/17.

I have the pirellis. They have been pretty good so far, very quiet when new. Getting a bit louder as I get more miles on them. They do well in the wet for an AT tire. lost about 1mpg from them.

The KO2 is probably the most off-roady tire and toughest of the three, but also quite heavy. The geolander and scorpion are heavier than OEM options but not too bad.

Also literally any tire that is 215/65/17 or 225/65/17 will work.

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I have a 2017 Renegade Trailhawk. Last winter I purchased a set of BFG KO2 225/65R 17 tires. They fit perfectly with the stock rims. I swap the KO2's for the stock tires in the spring. I frequently drive up to the Sierra in the winter for skiing and have to drive down this unpaved road to the ski lodge I belong to. The KO2's work really well in the snow and gave me a lot more confidence that I won't get stuck.
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I found some AT tires in the right size they are the Falken Wildpeak AT3W. So far they are working great. I did notice a little different road feel on the highway but no problems. The are also slightly noisier than the stock but I knew they would be. They also look pretty good. I don't have photo to load right now. Cooper also has AT tires for the Renegade:
Discoverer AT3 4S
I found these at Discount Tire but I am sure they can be found elsewhere too.
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