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Old 01-10-2019, 04:16 PM
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4 JK's later a JL!!

Happy so far with 700 miles, worlds apart in comfort and power with the new 8 Speed.

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Enjoy! Did you swap tires?
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Old 01-14-2019, 01:42 PM
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yep, 315 Patagonias from Milestar, great tire so far.
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yep, 315 Patagonias from Milestar, great tire so far.
Lift, Spacers?
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no lift, no spacers, going to lift at some point. Did Metalcloak on previous rigs, but so far it sits up high enough for me, will try a bit off road and see if any rubs occur.
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When I did the research the KM3's were 74.32lbs in a 35" tire, true height was 34.5". The Patagonia 315's were 66.5 lbs and 34.7" tall. They are quieter than my 35" KM2's and a lot less weight, also closer to actual advertised size.

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