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Old 05-12-2015, 05:47 PM
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Help choosing tires

Hi guys, I want to change tires but I don't have the access to a full range of tires because I live in Peru. Right now I have BFG KM2 285/70R17 that on my personal experience are really good, they are lasting me 2 years and counting with lots of off road trips (following the Dakar included 2x) but I want to change to 35" or 37" I already know about C-gusset, front axle, ball joints and I'm willing to do the extra work but my question goes with the tires. I only can get access to Maxxis Creepy Crawler, Trepador and Mudzilla in 35" or 37" but they are bias and soft compound could someone tell me how fast would the run out? I use my jeep as my DD as well. I would really appreciatr the help! Thanks in advance,

Percy

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