i love the skinny KM2's... put a set on a taco a while back, looked sick. They will dig to china if you let them, so just be aware of that for your wheeling style. tall and skinny is good in snow and mud that has a bottom (that you want to get to), wide is good for ice (or better) and good for thick mud that you don't want to dig deep into. IMHO a 12.50 is perfect, but 10.50's cut down on the weight. One good thing to look at w/ a 12.50 is you have a better bead holding capability on a 7 or 8" rim vs a 10.50 tire.
97 Jeep Wrangler
4.0, 5 speed AX-15, D44 & Ford 8.8 w/Detroit - 4.88, NP-231, OME 2.5" coils w/1.25" spacers on front, 1.25" JKS BL, 35X12.50R15 KM2 on 15x8 Eagle alloys, Banks Header, Banks Monster Exhaust, Brown Dog MML, Rhino Liner, Tuffy Glove Box, AtoZ Rockers, Optima Red Top Battery.
1998 GMC Yukon
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