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Old 03-28-2009
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Originally Posted by chevyslayer925 View Post
how are 10.5 going to be better in winter?, i ran Firestone 33s last winter with no problem. . and this year ill be running master crafts
10.50s are better in the winter because it does a better job cutting through the snow and getting to the ground. the 12.50s will just ride on top of the snow and you won't get ground traction.
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Mine with 33X10.50 BFG Mud Terrains KM:

An interesting read on the benefits of a narrow tire:


To each their own. I actually prefer the look of a wider tire, but the 10.50 is easier on the stock steering components and should give slightly better fuel economy. If you believe the expeditions west white paper, a narrow tire will actually provide better traction than a wider tire of the same size.

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i got my km2 for 950 after tax in kitchener, ontario canada???seems to be almost the same as in the states. works out to be 237.50 a tire after tax.
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don't even mess with 33's. 33's are for sissy's. It is all about the 34/10.5's biotches.

I'm j/k about being sissy's no one get mad :)
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