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Unread 03-06-2012, 02:38 PM   #1
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33" KM2 versus 32" MTR

I'm going to upgrade my tires soon and was planning to go with 33" KM2's but recently found out i may be able to get a set of 32" MTR's used. My question is since I have heard the BFG's run a bit small how much am I really going to loose going with the 32" MTR's? (assuming both tires where at new tread height) Does any one know the true sizes for these two tires. I understand and have researched all the performance comparisons between the two tires, my question is purely about the size diffrence. Thanks!

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