I’ve heard a lot of good stuff on the Generals & I considered them big time. I’ve also been told the milestar Patagonia are pretty good too, especially in sand or sandy rock. I’ve actually thought about putting these on my Jeep to see how they do… as I mostly will need to replace the tires on the Jeep this spring/summer.I'll most likely go with Generals, I have not replaced them yet, they still have tread, I am disappointed from the life I am getting.Wow that’s interesting I never had any issues with the KOs in the wet. Especially when I lived in the Pacific Northwest. Where I lived I could have snow at my house & drive 1.5 miles down the hill about 850 feet elevation change in to rain. They always performed great in both, one of the main reason I ran them… what did you end up getting?
I run on dirt roads and two tracks, mostly sand and beach rock. I like the wide foot print for both. I don't wheel hard, it's not important to me to see if I can climb something. I go to remote places and play. I drive a full size truck set up for doing that. The KO's have always been good and done me right, but only getting 25k befor replacement isn't for me.
EDIT: When I started running full size truck, I stopped caring about gas mileage for the most part. A 3/4 ton 4X4 running 4.11s on gas isn't getting much mileage.