Both great tires. Just depends on if you need the extra tread of the Mud Terrain. They wear faster, are louder, heavier, and expensive. If you are wheeling a lt, dont commute too much, and get into a lot of mud and rocks it is worth it. If you spend most of the time on the road I would go with the All Terrains. I got 45,000 out of my AT and will probably get 25,000 miles from the mud terrains.
2007 Jeep Commander: QTII, Leather, Sunroof, remote start, OEM Skid Plates
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2 in Daystar lift, 255.75.17 BFG Muds, 1.25 " Spidertrax wheel spacers, 4x Guard front Guard & Side Guards, Optima Red Top, Bilstein 5150 Rear shocks, Robby's front leveling spacer, Pinch weld mod and trimming!