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BF Goodrich KO2 tires


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#1 rolliew

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Posted 27 February 2018 - 11:24 AM

A few thousand miles on these now with no regrets 2013 nv 2500 hi top v8. Stock size.

 

I drove some inclines in ice and snow the last couple weeks commuting to work, these tires work great with the traction control on. I though I would need studs on the rear but not yet, I have not even had to air them down. Running rears at 70 lbs.

 

They are wearing good, not noisy but do have the slightest of buzz through the steering wheel when compared to the stockers.

 

I will buy these again when the time comes.


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#2 ASD Dad

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Posted 27 February 2018 - 04:14 PM

My Hankook ATM Dynapros are NOT wearing well.  Two are rapidly wearing even with rotation, they were on the rear during a couple long tows.  They also are getting louder and louder.  I have about 30K miles on them. The two bad tires are down past first intermediate wear bars already.  Two good ones have a little more meat left.  

 

I will not buy them again and loved them when broken in and new.  I had KO2 on my Tundra and liked them, just wanted to try something different.  I dont have any long tows planned this year so am trying to wait till next year to get new tires.


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2015 NVP SL - Silver, 20% tint, Bully Dog GT, AEM filter w/ snorkel mod, Topper Rack, Luverne Grip Step running boards, Hankook AT-M tires. DRL delete, LED's
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#3 mahu

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Posted 28 February 2018 - 12:18 AM

that is great to hear! still have 2/3 of thread left with 25k miles but our Xterra needs new tires end of the year. ko2 are rhe favorites.
where did you buy yours? good deal anywhere?

#4 chphilo

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Posted 02 March 2018 - 11:01 AM

We buy our tires and wheels from Discount Tire. They have excellent prices and their customer service is awesome: https://www.discount...CFdcZgQodP7UAdw


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#5 timsbeast

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Posted 27 March 2018 - 02:40 AM

+1 recommend on the KO2s.

 

I picked up the KO2s 2 months ago and they turned my van into a new mountain beast.  Discount Tire set them up on the stock wheels. Next goal is to paint the stock wheels matt black.

 

Hit the mountains last weekend and still could use chains as rear wheel drive is not the same as my Subaru Wagon. The look is really game changing if it makes you feel better. Gnarly side wall is aggressive.  Way better piece of mind.   DO IT.  >> Tim


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