Finally took my wife's 80 out for a little wheeling. Had a good little time, but managed to blow a tire bad. They were the stock LTX's, and were really worn, so it was not much of a loss. I may have a damaged a rim as well, I hope it still holds air-- If not I will be looking for a stock replacement. Anyway, I need new tires. I have convinced my wife that all tires in the stock size are expensive, and that we could save a few dollars by jumping to 285/75/16s (that is my story and I am sticking with it-- I don't want to hear any naysayers on this point ). I want a little more agressive tire, but my wife demands good quiet highway performance and a long (50k mile) warrenty. I really wanted the Pathfinder ATRs-- they are a house brand available from Discount tire-- made by Kelly Springfield. I used to have them on my 55, and I really liked them. They are a copy of the BFG AT with a harder rubber for better wear resistance. The problem is that they are in the middle of a redesign, and the new ones are not out yet in that size. They were supposed to be out months ago, but it will still be a while according to the guys at discount. So I am thinking I will go with the Yokohama Geolander AT II. I did a search and did not find any complaints about this tire. They look like a good tire, and they have a 50K mile warrenty. I also through about the Nitto Terra Grapplers and the BFG AT's, but the ATs are more money and the Nitto's don't have a warrenty. I also thought about Brigdgestone Revo's, but my Discount Tire doesn't normally carry those tires. So my real question is, what do you think of this choice? Are these tires going to be much louder than the stock LTX's? Will they wear as well? Will they still provide decent offroad strength. I realize that they are not much of a mud and snow tire, but I am in arizona, and this is not as much of an issue for me. Jared PS. When I went to Discount Tire (lindsay and university, in Mesa AZ) this morning there was a nice lifted 80 in the stalls, with custom bumpers, sliders and the fender flairs removed. It belongs to Joe Chott-- I talked to his wife who was there getting a new pathfinder ATR (in 315 size). I think Joe is on these boards or on the LCML-- anyway-- If you are out here Joe, you have a very nice truck .