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Old 03-07-2013, 10:32 PM   #11
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I had a couple of sets of 35" KO's on an F350 a few years ago. Quiet, smooth ride, good tread life. They are good in rain, sand and mud. I just replaced a set of 31's on my jeep this weekend. I don't drive the jeep much so the old set purchased in 2002 only had 10000 miles. They were dry rotted and cracked and leaking air, so I drove down to Discount where I bought them 11 years ago. The salesman refused to work on them because they were so old, can't really blame him. So because I had a lifetime replacement warranty he swapped out the two leakers for free and discounted the other two by $30 each. I drove out with a new set for $350!


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Old 03-08-2013, 05:58 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Dodge Guy View Post
The rugged trails have a bit tamer tread than the A/T`s. the A/T`s are a great off road tire and good on road. the rugged trail is a good on road/ off road tire. if you see alot of off pavement travel then the A/T`s are the way to go. if you just do occasional off highway travel then you will like the rugged trails.
Thanks, that is good to know


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They also started making a rugged terrain tire a couple years ago, a little more aggressive than rugged trails, but not as aggressive as the TA/KO's. I went with the rugged terrains since I do mostly highway driving but like to get on a trail every now and then. I've had no problem in light mud and snow. They are relatively quite and depending how much air pressure you run, they get pretty stiff. I run mine at 50 psi when I'm not towing. And up them to 60 psi when pulling the camper for the added stiffness.

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