Those were 315/75/16. Still have them on wheels in my shed. That truck is gone. Bought a 94 D1 and have been keeping it milder with 235/85/16. Will be looking to build it up soon though with my 315's and gears and everything else.Looks great, those are 315/75 right? I'm getting the same gears soon
What are you running now? Why not 315/75?
I'd like to do 35x10.5, but there aren't really any options besides Interco swampers
285/75/16265/75-16's? You wont be disappointed with the STT pro's. I asked people running them for their opinion and I havent heard a bad review or complaint yet. Ive only got about 250 miles on mine, but so far they have been great.
I got out the door of Discount Tires for $1,347.77 for 5 tires. Also happened to have a Cooper $100 Visa pre-paid card rebate on these tires for the month of April so I have that going for me. $1,247.77 total. In November 2014 I paid $1,542.79 total for the set of 5 Cooper Discoverer STTs that I just replaced.
$224.00 per tire
$2.00 AZ environmental fee (i.e. tax) per tire
$2.75 waste tire disposal fee per tire
$20.00 installation per tire
$92.22 more tax
They automatically added the certificates for free replacement at $38.25 per tire but I declined. In the past I've always bought the certs. They tried to give me the hard sell and I asked them to look up when I've actually used a cert because I can't recall. They found one cert I'd cashed in for my 2001 BMW that I sold years ago. LOL....I've probably paid an average of $30-$35 per cert per tire and off the top of my head I can add up 38 tires I've bought from them since & including the BMW. That's $1,330 just in certs and it yielded me one 245/35/18 Falken FK452 tire on my old BMW that probably cost a couple hundred bucks. So the certs almost add up to what I just spent on the new set of tire. Fuck the certs.
You sir, might be mildly retarded.would personally avoid KM's unless you are just trying to wheel it and not drive as a driver. They are a bitch to keep balanced and then wear quickly because of that. I know some people will think they arent difficult but trust me, constant balancing. The AT on the otherhand is set and forget.
KM's were terrible in rain and snow, not a good combo if you see a lot of snow.
Well, someone had to get the good set. You might want to consider hitting Vegas.You sir, might be mildly retarded.
I drove my KM2's all over North Dakota, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, and to your moms house a few times in the wildest arctic shit that could only be referenced as "Ice Road Trucker-esque".
-31 deg F...Roads and Ground Frozen Solid...not a problem
15 deg F and blowing snow straight up somehow...not a problem
KM2's are great for snow and Ice. KM1's on the other hand, are not siped nearly enough IMHO, and the only pair I ever owned were siped.
No experience with KM3's though...