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Old 03-23-2010, 08:10 PM   #1
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Good wheels?

Im probably going to go with the BF goodrich 33x10.5 tires ( im not sure yet to go with the KM2 m/t or the KO a/t) and i was thinking about getting the Pro Comp series 98 wheels. Does anyone know any pros or cons on these wheels? I dont know much about these wheels but i like the look of them

and about the tires, im not sure if i should go with the all terains or mud terrains. I really like the aggresive look of the mud terrains, but i wont be doing much offroading or mudding. This is my main car ill be taking to places. But about the all terains, i heard they have better tread life, but i dont really like the look of them.
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well that all depends on if you dont care about the extra money for the muds. but if you wont be doin much wheelin' i dont see the point of muds. just my opinion. I'm with ya on the look of mud terrains, they kick a$$

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When I was looking for 33s, I looked at the bfg mt km2.. I found that the 35s were actually cheaper. This was so online in a few places, as well as at discount tire, where I ended up buying them. Bigger tires, less money, incentive to upgrade elsewhere. Just a thought.

I've had BFG at, mt km, and mt km2s. I like the km2s the most by far. Much quieter than the mt kms, and they seem no less streetable than the ATs. I've put about 6000 miles on the km2s, and they are wearing very evenly. I'll buy them again.
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Old 03-23-2010, 09:48 PM   #4
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Bjtoth, how much liger do you think your km2s will last?

And what all did you have to change/ replace or what kind of lift did you have to get in order to get the 35s? I heard if i were to get 35s Ide have to get a lift but also change other stuff for them to be put on
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