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33 x 10.5 hmm that actually doesnt sound bad if i can find that size.. since i am not really widening the tire i shouldnt lose mpg right?
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BF Goodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2
33X10.50R15C1 114Q W
$175.00 each


Thats what i found
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33x1050s look funny in my opinion
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Yeah they kinda do.. Tall and skinny but gives some more clearance and reduces side wall rubbing.
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imo you should get the original bfg muds in a 32x11.50. i think someone on here said they have more tread life then the km2's. plus i kinda like the look of them better.
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Yeah we will see what comes up and how much discount gives me back on my tread life warranty.. I should get like 400 atleast back.. Since i paid like 150 a tire and they are running out and i have 15000 miles on em and i have a warranty of up too 55000 miles on them.
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33 x 10.5 hmm that actually doesnt sound bad if i can find that size.. since i am not really widening the tire i shouldnt lose mpg right?

no, you will still lose mpg, it's the diameter of the tire that counts...and weight and a bunch of other factors, but mainly diameter.

If your worried about gas, 32x11.5 BFG at's...can't go wrong, tried and true!
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I'd go with a 32x11.50 in either the MT or KM2.
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thanks for everyones help. cant wait to see how much i get in a rebate from discount.. i should get the new set for only 300 hundred.
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Don't be scared. Do the 33's. Chicks dig bigger meat.
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chicks generally dont dig rangers.. atleast not in utah.
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chicks generally dont dig rangers.. atleast not in utah.

Who was talking about rangers?
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haha .. well tire meat.. not man meat haha.
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^^^ lol ya just made it to freaking easy!
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the first mistake is worrying about gas when buying offroad tires :P

MTR`s are my number one choice.. Shane will back me up on this lol.
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