You literally asked if a wide screw driver is better than a thin screwdriver...
Both types are tires in your question, and it all comes down to both being tires. Tall, thin tires have been known to be good in very sloshy mud stuff. While fatter tires have good float, great on sand which is loose but not sloshy.
265/70/R17 works just fine with all the 2-3" kits, the tread type is where you may or may not see a difference depending on what you want to get out of it.
Good old standard is BFG AT KO muds. These are generally the go to tire for most everything and will not wear very fast, mine survived almost 50,000 on my Cherokee.
Firestone is actually coming back into relevance again for SUV tires and have a decent line up for a good price.
Where do you plan to drive really?
'06 Hemi Limited 4X4, 6(ish)" lift, 35" General Red Letter, 1.25" spacers, Mopar CAI, RER and mygig lockpick, blue Interior LEDs, stub antenna 3", Callahan Red Brake set, 6.1L SRT8 exaust headers, full custom 3" exhaust from headers back, Fastman 847 ported TB, BBK Fuel Rails, 6.1L injectors, JBA UCAs.
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