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View Poll Results: 30s or 31s?
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post #31 of 46 Old 06-20-2008, 02:10 AM
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for anybody that cares... The KM2 is the middle one... looks like the Krawler on the right huh?

I think it looks damn cool. Hope it performs good cause i might get em if the treadwear is good and do well in the ohio weather.

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post #32 of 46 Old 06-20-2008, 02:16 AM Thread Starter
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mill check out bfgs website. they have a video that tells you all about it. i dont care how much they are i want the KM2s!!!!!!

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http://www.bfgoodrichtires.com/promo/km2/popPlayer.html

found it for you

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post #34 of 46 Old 06-20-2008, 03:38 AM Thread Starter
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damn its time for bed but i cant sleep. i found out i'll be stayin in knoxville, tn august - may. ive never been so excited to go to school. this means a 7 hr road trip every now and then but this opens an array of trails in the eastern part of the state. how different are the appalachians than the ozarks?


EDIT: gonna see alot more snow too

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post #35 of 46 Old 06-20-2008, 06:36 PM
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Rather than buy expensive BFGs, my philosophy is that it's better to spend 1/2 or 2/3 on a tire like the Geolandar AT+ II (which also looks unique) because the less you spend now the more you'll have later when you want to go bigger.


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post #36 of 46 Old 06-21-2008, 10:15 PM Thread Starter
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I think it looks damn cool. Hope it performs good cause i might get em if the treadwear is good and do well in the ohio weather.
its gonna be better!!! knock on wood

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post #37 of 46 Old 06-21-2008, 11:11 PM
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Better hit me up if you head south a bit. Also, a real popular weekend trip for vacation is to the Smokies. Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge I go about 10 times a year. Going up on the 4th.

And from there Tellico is about 2 hours I think. I've been once in a stock Rubi we did fine so after that BB and tires lets make the trip even if we watch I'm down for anytime just let me know.

I hope you have fun in Notville, TN(not a championship, not a bowl game, LOL sorry go Dawgs!!)

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As for the KM2s they do really good. Compared to the KMs. My cousin has them on his Taco he likes them they wear good and are really quiet. He aint really been off road much so cant tell you just read the reviews and comparisons. I'll look into them if they offer them in 265s in a couple years when I need new ones..

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yeah i heard they where much quieter than the kms.
as for the ut comments im a hogs man myself. was going to go to arkansas last year then some stuff happened and i stayed home another year. back to football i might be mistaken but i think i remeber watching a game last year 35-14? or something like that haha

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Ya Ya did you see anything on their season after that? I'm glad they beat them LOL.

There's always this year too...no more pretty boy quarterback on yalls end we got a 3 year starter hehe.

Man I cant wait til football season.

Anyways, so where's C'ville?

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yeah yeah hawaii whatever. im just outside memphis. i cant wait til septeber

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I just did 2" spacers and shackles and got some 31's. I had to do some very light trimming to the plastic bumper up front and I'm going to need to bumpstop the rear.

They fit a lot better than I thought..and I just have shackles on really saggy rear springs so its more like a 1 inch lift...

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I just did 2" spacers and shackles and got some 31's. I had to do some very light trimming to the plastic bumper up front and I'm going to need to bumpstop the rear.

They fit a lot better than I thought..and I just have shackles on really saggy rear springs so its more like a 1 inch lift...
what tires are you runnin?

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post #44 of 46 Old 06-23-2008, 05:06 PM Thread Starter
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im guessing this is the area of concern with rubbing right?


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Yup and the backside of the rear flares also.

Thats where I rub. I'll have to see after I move my axle up a half inch and lift it another 1/2". Maybe that will fix it.

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