I finally had to retire (so to speak ) my last set of Goodyear Wrangler M/T's This last trip to AZ finshed them off. I have been tyre snooping for some months in anticipation of the inevitable and I settled on the Dunlop Radial Mud Rover in 305/70/16. I do not know another Cruiser of any type that is currently running them and I have first hand knowledge of only one Dodge truck that is running them. I was looking at GY MTR and BFG Mud Terrain among others but I could not bring myself to buy 5 of them at an average cost of 210 bucks a rattle.... So I got these for about 30% less than that and mounted and balanced them myself. The mounting was easy as a large truck tyre goes and the balancing went reasonably well. I had one that wanted more weight than I liked so I broke the bead and spun the tire 180 degrees on the wheel and that brought the weight down quite a bit. They measure almost exactly 33 inches tall with no weight on them and the section is exactly 12 inches on a stock wheel. The tread is similar to the BFG MT and they have white letters on one side (the inside of course ) and a serrated blackwall on the other. Inital observations are very favorable and I will keep very close tabs on wear and performance.