The Best Mud Tires For Jeeps

The Best Mud Tires For Jeep

Types of Jeep Wrangler Tires

We compared the most popular Jeep tires to help you find the best fit for your rig. Depending on the type of terrain you expect your vehicle to traverse most, one tire that is a good fit for one person may not be for another. It’s important to weigh the pros and cons before buying, which is why we compiled this list for easy comparison.

AT Warden
AT WARDEN
Tread Life: 5/5
Winter Handling: 5/5
Wet Handling: 5/5
Off-road Traction: 3.5/5
Averages 50,000 miles with Premier Wear
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AT AXIOM II
AT AXIOM II
Tread Life: 4.5/5
Winter Handling: 4.5/5
Wet Handling: 5/5
Off-road Traction: 3.5/5
Averages 50,000 miles with Premier Wear
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All Terrain tires are going to offer better mileage and a smoother ride overall. A good All Terrain tire will have a tread aggressive enough to take on paved or unpaved paths. You should have no problem offroading with All Terrain tires. Shop All Terrain tire selections here.

MT CLAW
MT CLAW
Tread Life: 3.5/5
Winter Handling: 4.5/5
Wet Handling: 4/5
Off-road Traction: 5/5
Averages 40,000 miles with Premier Wear
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MT GUARD DOG
MT GUARD DOG
Tread Life: 3./5
Winter Handling: 5/5
Wet Handling: 4/5
Off-road Traction: 4.5/5
Averages 40,000 miles with Premier Wear
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If you are a frequent off-roader and that is what you use your rig primarily for, then Mud Terrain tires may be your best bet. Nowhere will you find better off-road traction than with a set of Mud Terrain tires. If you are the kind of rig owner that likes to test the limits with rugged terrain, then these tires are up for the challenge. When compared to All Terrain tires, you are sacrificing certain things like a shorter tread life and mileage, but this may not be a problem for you if your rig is mainly used for things like off-roading. Shop Mud Terrain tires here.


What To Look For When Choosing Tires For Your Jeep

Whether you drive a Jeep or a similar vehicle built to explore uncharted grounds, you will need tires that match your rig’s level of intensity. Here is a list of factors to consider when you are searching for the best mud tires for Jeeps or other off-road vehicles:

Durability

Durability is a big deal when facing rough terrain. You need to know that your tires are up to the task of taking on rocks, debris, and mud without giving out. 

Noise Level

It is common for larger tires built for rough terrain to make more noise. While some rig owners will have no problem with the noise (some say it comes with the territory), others prefer a quieter drive. You should keep this in mind when purchasing tires, and this is a question to ask a salesperson or to research online before buying.

Stiff Sidewalls

If you are shopping for tires in person, you will be able to easily tell whether a tire has stiff sidewalls or not with the press of a hand. The need for stiff sidewalls in your tires is so that the turns you make in your vehicle are sharper and as precise as possible. If you plan to go mudding with your vehicle, then being able to take those precise turns is important. If you are shopping online, know that most mud tires will already have stiff sidewalls.

Traction

Lastly, a large vehicle needs excellent traction. Whether off-roading or not, quality traction on tires is important for safety on and off the road. A tire with a deep tread is a good sign that it will be able to grip the ground securely.


Getting The Best Truck Mud Tires

If you own a Jeep or lifted truck, chances are good that you’ve taken it mudding. It’s important to ensure that your tire’s tread can handle thick mud. Equipping your vehicle with Mud Terrain tires is the best way to prepare for tricky terrain. These tires will take you through mud, rocks of varying sizes, and unpaved pathways. The best Mud Terrain tires can be found at TreadWright, with the most popular and heavily recommended tire by customers being the MT Claw. This tire offers maximum traction and is designed with a deep tread made to kick out debris as it rolls through.


Can I Buy Tires Online and Have Them Installed?

Whether you buy your TreadWright tires online or in-store in Houston, having them installed is as simple as coming in and asking. Installation and balancing cost just $16.99 and is a big time-saver if you have places to be right after purchasing your tires. The convenience of rolling out with fresh tires is what we offer to every customer. If you order your tires online, shipping is free and delivered through FedEx. To learn more about delivery and installation services, go here. Finally, the best mud tires for Jeeps are more affordable than you think. TreadWright offers Affirm Financing to help customers pay off their tires in increments.

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