Right now i have some worn out Pro Comp All Terrains and they just dont cut it off road. What kind of tire would you guys suggest that is agressive but also semi highway friendly as well as cost effective? im looking for some 35x12.5 r15's
New rig: 1990 Bronco II, two-tone brown/tan, 2.9 V6, 5 speed, 3" lift, 3" body lift, 33" Super Swamper TSL's, Pioneer deck, Pioneer speakers, Dual 600w amp, DC Audio 12" level 2 sub.
I doubt he's looking to get his post count up. He already has 1,500 so he's been here a while. He's just telling you that for all of the things you listed that you were looking for...youre not gonna find a "cost-effective" tire. You're gonna dish out some dough for quality. Just have to accept it.
Kind of depends on what you are doing off-road,I have BFG mud,and they are fair as far as price,loud driving down the road,but when I need them they throw the mud,other down side is when it is dry and in the hills they dig-in more than grip,so a A/T tire would be better for that use,as far as off brand names my buddy runs coopers and loves them,another buddy don't remember the brand but he got his tires at Les Schwab.I'm getting older so brand name really does not matter that much,(besides can always go blackwall) so will be looking into more of a non brand name.
But for every day driving hard to beat a A/T tire.
Bad thing about tires is you can't get it all,you will always be giving some thing up.
Should also say my 4x4 I do not drive every day.
Does your brake lights work? If not I would suspect the brake light switch or the wiring going to it has a problem. This is a safety feature that will not alow you out of park until the problem is fixed. Get under the dash with a light and check the wires going into the switch at the top of the brake pedal.