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Old 07-16-2019, 11:01 AM
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Looking for some insight- 37" MT

So, the time has come to replace the BFG KM2's on our '14 Rubicon. I am torn, and looking for some insight. We have had great luck with the KM2's, but they have been replaced with the KM3, which I can find little info on. I have been getting strong recommendations to try the Grabber X3, and am strongly considering them. Does anyone here have experience with either, or preferably both? The General's are considerably less expensive, so that is a plus. But, old habits die hard!

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So, the time has come to replace the BFG KM2's on our '14 Rubicon. I am torn, and looking for some insight. We have had great luck with the KM2's, but they have been replaced with the KM3, which I can find little info on. I have been getting strong recommendations to try the Grabber X3, and am strongly considering them. Does anyone here have experience with either, or preferably both? The General's are considerably less expensive, so that is a plus. But, old habits die hard!
The Grabber X3 is turning out to be a very good tire. The Cooper STT Pro is also an excellent tire. Other than the price, the KM3 is also very good.

I went the other way (less known and less expensive) and chose the Milestar Patagonia and couldn't be happier...

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I have BFGs on my backup 4x4 (31s) and came to find out that the BFGs run a little small. A friend has the 37 BFGs on his Raptor but my Cooper STT Pros are a little taller.
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I'm running firestone destination mt2 in 37. After a year and half, I'm happy with them. They have been all over moab and AZ. AZ has some sharp nasty rocky trails here. Tires have done really well, excellent traction.
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