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Old 07-27-2011, 07:00 AM
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'11 King Ranch leveled/ 35" Trail Grapplers: Review

Surprised how much just a 2.5" front/ 2" rear readylift stage 2 changed the stance/ height of the truck. I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome with the new look/ height. Actually rides great, very comparable to stock while staying under 60. From 60 mph and up, I can begin to feel the bumps a little more. It is still not bad, just not the same as stock height/ slick michelin street tires. Overall, very happy with package so far....
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Old 07-27-2011, 07:06 AM
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How is the handling at highway speeds? I kinda like the looks of those.
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The tires ride good and I am able to maneuver in/ out of interstate traffic as needed like with the stock michelins. They do make a little noise, but it was very tolerable on my 6.5 hour ride down a Texas hwy 2 days ago. The tires are absolutely perfect cruising around town under 60 (in comparison to stock), but do have a little noise once exceeding that speed. I will buy again if they wear well, but will go to an all-terrain if they don't.
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So are they considered a Mud Terrain?
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Trail Terrain they say, but I do see "MT" on the tire by the size information. They are supposed to be between an all-terrain and mud terrain... That's where I'd put them
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Truck looks great man
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Very nicely done!
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Looks great, now time to lose the bumper flap and put a 2 wheel drive one on.
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