I have experience with three sets of MT/Rs. 35" on the Rubi, and two sets of the 245/75/16s. With these tires you will need to rotate more often as they are more prone to cupping due to the design of the tread pattern. Pay close attention to air pressure as well, dont go by the manufacturers spec, but rather by how flat your contact patch is in relation to the weight of your vehicle. (you can tell by the wear/dirt on a tire if its over or under inflated). With these in mind you should be ok, if not they WILL wear unevenly and become very loud. In my experience BFGs tend to be more forgiving with air pressures etc. Overall the MT/R is a great tire, and believe it or not its not a true mud terrain. MT/R stands for Maximum Traction Radial I believe. Its more of an aggressive All-Terrain. Keep in mind that some will say all tires wear quicker with improper psi etc, but I think it may be the durometer of the rubber that makes the MT/R more prone to wear irregularities. One set of my 245/75/16s were replaced under warranty even after Goodyear verified alignment, air pressures, etc due to severe cupping (2005 Wrangler Rubicon).