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Old 09-06-2010
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NEW 35" BFGOODRICH KM2s

Been a looong time since I've posted on here. 33" Toyo MTs were nearing their end, picked up some 35" BFGoodrich KM2 T/As the other day. They read 35/12.50/18, but putting them next to the Toyos, which were 33/12.50/18, the Toyos seemed to be about an inch wider, but the ride quality between the two is completely different. Can't believe I didnt go BFGoodrich in the first place...onto the pics...(these are from my iPhone4, so pics may not be the best) Also didn't get any good pics from the front because of the direction of the sun..

straight outa the shop...
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Ill get some more pics later today. Lemme know what you guys think.
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those are huge! can't say ive seen pics of your truck on here before.. but it looks NICE!
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Thats a sweet [email protected]#$in truck man
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dude. your truck looks wicked good. i love it
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thanks guys, you guys are awesome. it's nice to get positive comments after all the blood sweat and cash I've put into it
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Looks great!
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Great wheel tire combo you got there...
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that looks great
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Badass
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looks stealthy man
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Looks awesome!
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ever consider paniting the bottom of your bumper the same gloss black as your truck oh and get rid of those ugly flags lol WAR EAGLE!!!!
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Looks great, mind sharing how much you paid per tire?
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thanks again, yeah, the lower valence that is on there now is actually a replacement piece for a painted one I did have. hard to find those valences but changing that is on the todo list.

these were about $352 per tire from Sears
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holy expensive tires lol 18s ftl but looks great man!
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the 18s make the tires look smaller...

Truck looks **** man (.)(.) nice and firm ones not saggy as5 old ones


I like it man
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to see the true size of both the truck and tire, you just gotta see it in lerson
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dude sick truck you should check out some ga meets or knoxville meets sometime we'd love to see and meet ya
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Damn that looks good!
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dang dude that looks sweeeet, i think you have the only other lifted regular cab with 18s ive seen
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i love the blacked out look! also the big tires on single cab truck..
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Damn your rig is clean! I like it...alot
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Sweet, same tires on my f150. Over 27k miles on mine with over half tread.
Although I would never choose to run 18s on a ranger, due to looks, price, smaller sidewall. That's just me though, I think 15s and 16s look a lot better on rangers.
I'll probably switch to 17s on my f150 next time it I get it lifted first.

I haven't used Toyos yet but I've been very happy with the km2s so far.
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looks sweet man, hadnt seen you on here forever! makes me want 35's again... but my 17s arent much cheaper than your 18s lol
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sweet truck

the ride quality is always gonna be different comparing old tires to brand new ones
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