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Unread 06-17-2010, 11:06 AM   #1
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MY lift has arrived.

I ordered a 2.5inBB "BFYB" lift from KOR yesterday got it today, which is tottaly awsome. im gonna get 265/75/16 sum say these r too big sum say there ok heres my question what tires should i get i really want mt's im thinking about the trxus mt or the maxxis big horn mt what would yall get??

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Unread 06-17-2010, 11:34 AM   #2
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But 32's are going to be way too big for only a 2.5" BB. Be ready to trim....a lot!
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Unread 06-17-2010, 11:42 AM   #3
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KM2's or MT/R's. Loud on road, wear out quickly, and pricey, but oh so sweet OFF the pavement.
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Unread 06-17-2010, 12:00 PM   #4
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km2's are sweet. I love mine, but the truxus mt's are awesome looking. I have a buddy who has them and loves them.
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Unread 06-17-2010, 12:31 PM   #5
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Iv heard alot of good things about the bighorns. Both are good though. Be ready to trim.
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KM2's dont make alot of noise on the road those were the KM's the first M/T.. the KM2's are great on and off the road.
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Unread 06-17-2010, 01:41 PM   #7
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I ordered a 2.5inBB "BFYB" lift from KOR yesterday got it today, which is tottaly awsome. im gonna get 265/75/16 sum say these r too big sum say there ok heres my question what tires should i get i really want mt's im thinking about the trxus mt or the maxxis big horn mt what would yall get??
ok congrats on the bb lift. I wouldn't go 265's I have them on my 4" lift and the still rub. if you are not gonna offroad any you might could swing it. bump stops, and run a 245/70R16 or a 245/75R16. I have Big Horns and love them. Mine were used (buddy's tires) and they hummmmmm on the roadway but love the traction they give. they are very good in the mud.
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i ran the GY wrangler MT's at 265 with the 2" BB and had alot of rubbing. at full steer and with compression when offroad. i now run 255's and still can slightly rub them in the rear wheel wells when compressed
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KM2's dont make alot of noise on the road those were the KM's the first M/T.. the KM2's are great on and off the road.
My KM2's sound like someone's playing the kazoo and those are 245's. Almost as loud as my early model MT/R's on the XJ - at least the WJ is better insulated than the XJ. Maybe I should just turn my radio up.
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Unread 06-17-2010, 03:48 PM   #10
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as far as the lifespan of the KM2's...just how bad is it? the GY MT's lasted me 22K when they really began to get bad
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as far as the lifespan of the KM2's...just how bad is it? the GY MT's lasted me 22K when they really began to get bad
I've heard that they wear pretty good for a mudder, most people get around 40k on them.
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KM2's i take it there the Bighorns. and as fot the tire size it sits stock now on 245/70/16 toyo at and i havent rubed that ive noticed, so 265 r a lil big huh?? The 255's are uncommen tho or where can i find em??
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I 4 got to mention the kit did come with extended bumpstops front and rear , and it came with rear shock relocator kits will this help the rubbing??
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