Tire help

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by Skatejosh369, Mar 23, 2018.

  1. Skatejosh369

    Skatejosh369 TYF Newbie

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    I’ve read many mixed reviews, see all different opinions, an I’m now stuck.

    I’m getting close to needing a set of tires again. Currently have a set of bfg ko in 285 55 20. I had a set of 275 65 20, an I think I want to go back to a 33” in height.

    I have a 2” rc leveling kit, and had very minor rubbing on the 275/65s

    I’ve considered going to the ko2, but honestly not sure I want to spend that much on a tire for a truck I’m likely to sell in the next 12-18 months since my mileage is getting up there.

    I’m not opposed to going to a more aggressive tire, as it does see some light trails and fields, but I mainly just commute in it to and from work, but also don’t want it to look like my wife’s mommy mobile.

    Any advise is warmly welcomed for recommendations.
     
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    swathdiver Full Access Member

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    Pick up some used BFG KO, KO2 or Rugged Trails then?
     
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    My Falkens are holding up great. Probably $500 less that KO2s in my size.
     
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    Drok Senior Member Supporting Member

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    874D650C-5BB6-483B-95BD-4A076784C809.jpeg I have some duratracs in 275 60 20 theyve held up great on and off road. Also great in the maine winters haha. Not alot of road noise either. Found them on amazon forna decent price awhile back
     

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