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KO2's Gulp...

Redfour5

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I had KO2's on my 2015. I loved them but not how long they lasted. At Costco, I could get them for right at 800 (when on sale 150 off) and some change installed (17 inch OEM rims). I just checked on what a set would cost on the 2021 with the 20 inch rims... They would be 1,108 bucks installed. Owww. He did say they will be 150 less in August... So, I guess that's better. Thanks. I think as long as these Falken's are OK towing, I'll milk them for all they are worth... I loved those KO2's. But after 40K, they are generally shot up here in MT even being taken care of.
 

LaxDfns15

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Yeah, generally the larger wheel size you have the more expensive tires are going to be. Smaller sidewall = more expensive. Same concept as bigger tire = more expensive.
 

BilletMotoRam

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Check out the cooper rugged treks. Will be my choice when I’m ready for tires, 60k mile warranty. I haven’t had good mileage out of BFG’s either.
 

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