I’ll have to really tap into my memory banks on this one since it’s been a while since I‘ve owned my 9-7X...! I believe the OEM tires were Dunlap Sport that were not bad. I went with Bridgestone Dueler Alenza as replacements and those worked out well too. I had to always buy M+S tires with the crappy New England winters, of course...
For whatever it's worth, I just replaced the tires on my Suburban with Nokian Rotiiva HT tires.... it's a 90% 3-season truck, with 2% dirt roads (camping) and 8% snow truck.. so I was primarily looking for dry/wet highway use but didn't want to feel completely incapable in the snow for those few trips a year. I've nothing but good experiences with Nokian tires, the price point was excellent, and it checked the box of capable highway tire (LRR, silent sidewall), good rain performance (polished grooves, substantial siping) while still being M+S rated all season. With 4WD, that's good enough for Tahoe use without chains.
It's only been a month but I'm quite happy so far. They are very quiet, have handled our big rains without any issues, and feel comfortable and competent in the dry. I've only just touched snow, but it's a big heavy truck with 4WD... I'm sure they'll be fine..... TBH, even my Nokian summer tires have been decent in snow, which is terrifying. Still, when push comes to shove, I've got some real offroad tires on the Jeep.
Does anybody have one of these kicking around they would be willing to post . I hit o pot hole last night and put a big dint into the side of one all I have is a space saver . Eather a 15" or with a .195 60 r15