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post #1 of 5 Old 04-27-2010, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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Howdy Yall, as soon as my tax refund comes in I'm going to invest in a new set of tires for my truck. The Nitto Terra Grapplers that came on the truck are on their last leg. I've always been a fan of BFG, had GREAT success with the ATs but I want something more aggressive for those time when I like to venture off the pavement. After some forum research I think I've decided on the BFG Mud Terrains. Anyone have any thought on the KM versus the new KM2s? The KM2s seem to have more sizes but any advantages/disadvantages? I'm looking for 35x12.50x16 or 315/75R16. Anyone know of the cheapest place to get em? Possibly some buy 3 get 1 free deals or anything like that? Thanks.

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Hello, The new KM2 is an improvement over the KM. Check out the video here on our website.

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bfg's are good stuff no doubt about that. theyre good on the road as well

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ive been using the at tires and loved em. great combo mix for where we drive. i would think the mt would be just as good.

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I have been running KM2s now for a while. I actually have 95k on them. I keep my air pressure constant and rotate them every oil change. I dont know if the milage is a fluke, but I will buy them again. I haul trailers 10-12k on a regular basis.


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