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Old 02-16-2011, 05:40 PM
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Toyo MT's or BFG KM2's ???

Im looking at 38's.....wondering how the BFG KM2's in a 38x14.50r20 are holding up.....I love love love love Toyo MT's but am curious about the BFG's.

Mileage and noise in particular.

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Old 02-16-2011, 05:43 PM
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I personally havent owned them but a friend of mine said they are louddd and his are only 35 But who cares about how loud they are? Get the ones that look best to you lol As for mileage his seem to be doing pretty good but you def gotta keep them rotated. But thats pretty much every mud tire
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The toyos are not very loud IMO, I have them, love them, hate bfg's
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I have had BFG's on 3 different trucks, and here is my opinion of them.

They SUCK.

They grip poorly, and once the grip is down to 1/2 they will not grip anything, loose on wet roads and NO grip in mud or snow.

I hated them on all my trucks. I have Firestones right now, and like them so far. Goodyears gripped really well, but they wore a little quickly.
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Ive had several set of Toyos but want to see if the BFG KM2's are getting the rediculous mileage of the regular MT or AT's from BFG.

Gotta agree.....my Toyo's are quite! It matters to me when im driving across country listening to the hum.......LOL!
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i have the had km2s on my last truck and i thought they where good. they wernt loud only time i herd them when i was slowing down. the wear on them were excellent i thought and traction.
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97f3powerstroke, how did you find the km2's in the rain and snow?
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Old 02-17-2011, 09:07 PM
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i have the had km2s on my last truck and i thought they where good. they wernt loud only time i herd them when i was slowing down. the wear on them were excellent i thought and traction.
What size did you have?
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Old 02-19-2011, 07:17 AM
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in the snow they ripped as long as you had some wieght in the back i had a long bed so if there was none it would still be decent. and i had 33s
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