Re: Goodyear Wrangler AT Adventure Kevlar
I got the Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure with Kevlars in 265/60-18 on the same black Mopar wheels that Dylansolomon has. I've already put 4,300 miles on them, after recently finishing a 2,000 mile drive from Hartford, CT, to Chicago, IL, and back. For such an aggressive block tread pattern, they're really quiet, although I think that they handle less well on pavement than tires with a radial tread pattern. At times, they feel a little squishy (I keep mine at 34 PSI cold inflation pressure). And the tread blocks stick to the tar they use to seal cracks in the asphalt on interstate highways, so they make a sticky noise as you drive over it. However, the tires did very well on dry pavement and in the downpour I drove through for a couple of hours in PA. In the heaviest of the rain, I felt a little bit of hydroplaning at 70 miles per hour, but it disappeared when I slowed to 65 miles per hour. All in all, I'm really pleased with them, so far.
My OEM Michelin Latitude Tours lasted for 32,338 warm weather miles. I have a set of Bridgestone Blizzaks on the OEM wheels for wintertime driving. The Michelins stayed quiet the entire time, but the shoulder tread blocks were mostly gone within 25,000 miles. I hope the shoulder tread blocks on the Goodyears fare better.
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4x4 5.7L ORAII Mineral Gray Dark/Light Frost Beige