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Old 05-23-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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who's in North Jersey with 37'' KM2s?

Im about to make the jump to 37s.

I have the 34 inch duratracs now. I dont hear them at all on the road.

Im scared to spend the money on big km2s because I think ill hate them on the road.

I want to go for a spin in someones truck with 37'' km2s.

Anyone nearby got them?

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Old 05-23-2013, 11:47 PM   #2
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Might try the New jersey Regional forum here.

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Old 05-24-2013, 08:15 AM   #3
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Im in north jersey on 37 inch toyos
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Old 05-24-2013, 08:50 AM   #4
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Im in north jersey on 37 inch toyos

Just curious what part? I don't see too many modded Jeeps around here. I'm in New milford.
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:44 PM   #5
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Just curious what part? I don't see too many modded Jeeps around here. I'm in New milford.

Im in hackensack.

Im not really interested in the toyos, Im looking for a super light weight option.

And the KM2s look mean.
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Old 05-24-2013, 08:34 PM   #6
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Im in hackensack.

Im not really interested in the toyos, Im looking for a super light weight option.

And the KM2s look mean.
Oh ok cool. I'm like 10 min from there!!
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Old 05-24-2013, 08:46 PM   #7
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I have the km2's in 35. they are not very loud at all. I mostly hear them when you first take off then the sound drops off. You can hear them, they are not silent but not bad at all. They are great tires and look awesome. Go for it.
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I am in Stanhope. I had km2s for a few months and they sucked in the cold rain and snow and I found they ran pretty small. my toyos kick ass in any terrain and are truer in size.

are you looking to joyride just km2s ? or any light 37 inch tire?
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I am in Stanhope. I had km2s for a few months and they sucked in the cold rain and snow and I found they ran pretty small. my toyos kick ass in any terrain and are truer in size.

are you looking to joyride just km2s ? or any light 37 inch tire?
How do the compare weight wise with the km2's?
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I am in Stanhope. I had km2s for a few months and they sucked in the cold rain and snow and I found they ran pretty small. my toyos kick ass in any terrain and are truer in size.

are you looking to joyride just km2s ? or any light 37 inch tire?
How do your toyos compare in the snow to the 315 duratracs??? I wanted 37's but after reading how good the duratracs are in the snow I went with those because I didn't know any 37" that were comparable in winter performance.
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Im in princeton and i have 33 km2 ..i like them alot
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How do the compare weight wise with the km2's?
I don't know how much the km2s are, but my toyos 37s are 91 lbs plus a 30 lb wheel. I think toyos are known to be heavy
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How do your toyos compare in the snow to the 315 duratracs??? I wanted 37's but after reading how good the duratracs are in the snow I went with those because I didn't know any 37" that were comparable in winter performance.
I had 33 duratracs about a year ago but I never had the chance to use them in the snow. Im guessing that since the duratracs are an all terrain tire they will out perform the toyo mud terrain in the snow. but with that said, I love my toyos. I had the chance to use 35 inch km2s in the snow > 37 inch toyos in the snow. I was able to easily recognize a difference the first time I had toyos in the cold rain and snow. I did not have the km2s siped which would have been better, but I personally didn't like them; but of course its possible someone else finds them to perform well in the snow.

Although the toyos are heavy, ill stick with them from now on. They grip on anything and kick ass in the mud.
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I had 33 duratracs about a year ago but I never had the chance to use them in the snow. Im guessing that since the duratracs are an all terrain tire they will out perform the toyo mud terrain in the snow. but with that said, I love my toyos. I had the chance to use 35 inch km2s in the snow > 37 inch toyos in the snow. I was able to easily recognize a difference the first time I had toyos in the cold rain and snow. I did not have the km2s siped which would have been better, but I personally didn't like them; but of course its possible someone else finds them to perform well in the snow.

Although the toyos are heavy, ill stick with them from now on. They grip on anything and kick ass in the mud.
Awesome. Thanks dude

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