Originally Posted by Taco Libre
dura-tracs aren't a mud tire, they're all terrain. given its your daily driver its what i would recommend tho
He might mean MT/R's?
OP all mud terrains will destroy gas mileage (They're heavier than road tires and offroad contact patches arent as efficient onroad), but all the ones you posted seem to have a fair following behind them; each person will tell you what they run is the best
I ran KM2's before I picked up these MT/Rs, and toyos before that
the km2's are super quiet onroad and have excellent grip offroad, never ran into traction issues- tread wear was great; after about 30k they still had around 50/60% tread left
these MT/R's are a little louder onroad but still pretty quiet, excellent grip on the rocks. From what I've read the tread design doesnt offer itself as well to self-cleaning in the mud, but I absolutely hate mud anyways....
the toyo's are the loudest of the bunch, but had excellent traction on the rocks as well
I had trouble with the toyo and the KM2 in the rain, on-road, but that's to be expected with a mt