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Old 04-02-2019, 08:54 PM
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Put new rubber on the pickup... Went with BFG KO2s... I've always had good service out of the BFG so I figured why mess with a good thing. I went from the stock 275/65R18 to a 275/70R18 such as come on the Super Duty. About an inch larger in diameter, which I thought would be a nice change since I have a 2" level in front. Also went from a 6 ply load range C to a 10 ply load range E because why not... they wear and handle better in my opinion
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Old 04-02-2019, 09:31 PM
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Put new rubber on the pickup... Went with BFG KO2s... I've always had good service out of the BFG so I figured why mess with a good thing. I went from the stock 275/65R18 to a 275/70R18 such as come on the Super Duty. About an inch larger in diameter, which I thought would be a nice change since I have a 2" level in front. Also went from a 6 ply load range C to a 10 ply load range E because why not... they wear and handle better in my opinion
Nice! When I saw the title it reminded me of my post from 3 years ago, when I put the KO 2s on.
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Those look nice, Frank. And the truck still looks good, too! I haven't had a flat on any of my vehicles since I switched to 10 ply. Having said that, you know what will happen tomorrow.
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i had them on my truck for the last set.... they were nice... good traction in the mud, grass, snow, loose gravel.... but this last time i put General Grabber ATX... been nice so far... havent played in the snow yet... but mud and gravel been good...
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