I was looking to pic up a set locally. I have the choice between the BF Goodrich Baja TA Military tire or the Treadwright re-treaded Goodyears. I have searched this forum for the past few days via Google but couldn't get a definitive answer in which people preferred more. I know most say that the real old chevron tread pattern Goodyear Wrangler MT's aren't that great. I'm just looking for a decent 37" tire to run as a backup set of wheels and when it snows/sleets from the end of December until mid March sometimes (I'm tired of my chrome wheels pitting and would rather not run them when the NCDOT puts the salt & sand out). I have a better deal on the BF Goodrich tires than I do on the Treadwright tires but want to get the best ride quality and performance between the two (I don't mind some noise, I've ran all the Mickey Thompsons and all the NITTO's as well). I will be running whichever set I purchase on the steel 16.5" Pro Comp 52 series rock crawler wheels but I prefer to pickup the set of tires that will produce a smoother ride and have decent traction both on and offroad. These won't be seeing any rock crawling or much mud, just sleet/snow and sand occasionally if I take them out to the beach. Not looking to run beadlocks either as this is a newer vehicle. The truck they'll be on is a '12 Chevy 1500 4wd with 9" of lift, a tuned 5.3L and 4.10 gears. As stated earlier, I have probably read a dozen or more threads this week on here and other websites about people's perspectives on Military Takeoffs in general. But nobody has put the two tires I named specially head to head in a comparison so I am curious to see what those with experience have to say about them. Thanks in advance for reading my newbie question and intro more or less!