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Old 12-08-2015, 06:44 PM
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KO2's/Load E

Had these for a couple weeks now and did a good stretch of driving today. Coming off the stock Rubicon MTRs and these are so much smoother. Steering feels precise and like I had everything lubed to turn so easy. Main thing I noticed right off is, it rolls really easy.

Read a lot of guys slagging E load tires saying jeeps are too light, and maybe some MTs could be pretty bad....it's all perspective from what you're used to I guess. I moved up a size to 265/75/16 over my stock Rubi tires. So about 4 lbs. heavier/tire and a size bigger…. It's crazy, but I notice I'm going further on my first tank of gas so far for my usual routine driving which has been same for many years so it's easy to tell from how many days/weeks to a fill up.

Anyhow, my original plan was to get new rims and get these in C load. Tire shop says I still can, cuz, well they want to sell me some rims! ha. But now I'm torn…these ride nice. If I splurge for the new rims, I'll shed about 9 lbs. each corner. and get some new, cool black rims…I don't know how a C will ride and there's no going back if I do it. whaddya guys think?

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