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01-16-2013 06:40 PM
SinisterWarWagon99 I just put on 33"X12.5R15 Cooper Discoverer STT's last week. Too soon to give a detailed review on them as of yet. But I do like them a lot so far. Not too loud and very aggressive look. Check them out.

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01-16-2013 05:54 PM
OffRoadCam09 Hmm I'm not sure check out tirerack.com they have all the specs of all the tires just put in 33x12.50 an see what they have. Idk if the 33's will be super heavy but 35's an up there is a big weight difference
01-16-2013 01:25 PM
dixau11
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Originally Posted by OffRoadCam09
I also take weight into consideration. Cause there is more rolling resistance with wider tires so it takes more power to get them rolling. I have 33x12.50 DuraTracs on mine an will possibly upgrade to the km2's later on when I need tires again. Here's a pic.
Look good... How much heavier are the toyo mt's? I'm really leaning to those
01-16-2013 12:46 PM
OffRoadCam09 I also take weight into consideration. Cause there is more rolling resistance with wider tires so it takes more power to get them rolling. I have 33x12.50 DuraTracs on mine an will possibly upgrade to the km2's later on when I need tires again. Here's a pic.


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01-16-2013 10:06 AM
dixau11
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Originally Posted by OffRoadCam09

Haven't used any of these tires but from what I have seen an looked at the toyo's seem to be very heavy, the mickey t's very expensive an the km2's an kevlars are a toss up. If I were to pick one I'd probably go with the km2's
Thanks! Still torn... :/
01-16-2013 05:11 AM
OffRoadCam09
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Originally Posted by dixau11
Looking to get a 33" 12.5 r15 tire.
Considering Mickey tompson, bfg km2 and toyo open country.

Needs to be :
Very aggressive looking
Long lasting
And good in snow and rain.
Look as big as possible for a 33"
Haven't used any of these tires but from what I have seen an looked at the toyo's seem to be very heavy, the mickey t's very expensive an the km2's an kevlars are a toss up. If I were to pick one I'd probably go with the km2's
01-15-2013 03:37 PM
dixau11 Also mtr Kevlar?
01-15-2013 03:36 PM
dixau11
Help on tire desicision. Suggestions?

Looking to get a 33" 12.5 r15 tire.
Considering Mickey tompson, bfg km2 and toyo open country.

Needs to be :
Very aggressive looking
Long lasting
And good in snow and rain.
Look as big as possible for a 33"

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