I have no overrated claims or reviews, because my claims are nothing but factual evidence. You can continue to cling to the argument that I've never ran a set, because I've admitted that is true. However, paper trails and records don't lie when a custom buys a brand new set of tires and then routinely comes in to have them rotated. The mileage gets recorded each time the tires are rotated, and approximately 40K miles have been common for the life of these tires.
Even customers without the records admit to mileage wear claims that coincide with other customers records. So, either there's a massive dealership and customer-wide conspiracy theory covering up the short lifespan of KM2's, or they actually last the claimed mileage. OP, you make the decision, I'm out.
I saw alot of claims like yours before I bought my KM2's. I felt good about buying them at the time I purchased them. I was quickly dissappointed though.
The difference in your claims and the claims and reviews of someone that has actually ran a set of KM2 tires....
Was the mileage you got out of your KM2's worth the sacrifices (if any) in other areas?
How did you like the KM2's performance offroad?
Did you haul and tow much with them when you ran them on your fullsize truck?
What kind of driving and conditions was typical when you got 40k miles out of your KM2's on your Fullsize tuck?
Where you happy with them overall?
How many other MT/offroad style tires have you ran on the same vehicle as the KM2's?
How do the KM2's compare to the other tires you ran on the same vehicle as the KM2's?
You can't answer any of those questions.
The mileage I was going to get out of them isn't even my biggest complaint. The wear was average/typical for a radial MT on an equivilant truck. Even if I would have gotten the mileage you claim I should have, I would not have been able to handle the KM2's lack of performance offroad. They did not clean out, did not dig, had absolutly no lateral traction, and were nearly helpless when they came into contact with water. This was a common sight...
Yes, I am very dissappointed in spending my hard earned money on a set of BFG KM2's. I did not get any where near the performance that is claimed.
I will give them credit where it is due though... The were quiet, ballanced well, and road nice and smooth down the road.
No, I will not buy another set and will never recomend them to anyone.