Less rotational weight is better , which makes for an easy decision .
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Originally Posted by DezertTJ View Post
1997 TJ - Current project: Simple-ish build
1988 Civic Hatch - Runs 12's, gets 30 mpg
Originally Posted by kyle_craig View Post
On another note, I did some research with my aluminum wheels and the soft 8's. If I stayed with the KM2s on aluminum wheels vs soft 8s on these KM2s, I would save 12-14lbs per wheel/tire combo. It would be lighter to run 35s on these aluminum wheels vs running the KM2 soft 8 combo. I know what I'm going with!
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