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Old 03-22-2011, 04:07 PM   #1
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Best tires for a 2.5L?

Obviously I'm running in a 4-banger and I was looking to cut some weight by switching from my 31x10.5 BFG A/T KO's. Any suggestions or advice?

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Obviously I'm running in a 4-banger and I was looking to cut some weight by switching from my 31x10.5 BFG A/T KO's. Any suggestions or advice?
what are you wanting? Same size or smaller

I run 30x9.50x15 on mine... sure they are lighter than the 31x10.50x15, but don't know how much.

or there is 235 75R15 and they'll even be lighter...

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I'm looking for the same size, maybe even an inch or 2 bigger that will fit the same rims. I really need a tire that's lighter cause the BFG a/t KO's are like the heaviest tire out there. I love them and I've had them on my truck but the cars not strong enough to crawl with them. Basically lookin for a meaty a/t that cuts the weight down
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