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GEN 2 Best Replacement Tires for OEM

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Moto531, Mar 2, 2019.

  1. MoToR-HeAd13

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    20190802_172648.jpg 20190802_172637.jpg Mickey Thompson ATZ P3. A little louder than stock BFG and are D rated.
    Hopefully will last longer than 20k.
     
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    +1 on this.
    I am leveled with the icon kit and curious of this as well... if anyone has pictures or input, greatly appreciated.

    I don't like the idea of a heavy tire, but arent the KO2's a lighter 37 than most?
     
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    What about Falken atw3... Came highly recommended from 1010 tires
     
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    They won't rub with a level kit and OEM tires.
     
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    I recommend the BFG KM3s over the KO2s and Ridge Grapplers and Duratracs. I've had them all. I've never had the Baja ATZ, but those have good reviews also. A little more weight doesn't matter too much with 4.10 axles....
     
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    The 37" KO2s will rub if you do not lift the truck. I have Geiser springs up front and Deaver+3s in the rear. Even with the extra lift in the front, clearances are tight, but there is no rubbing. That said, they may rub if you are doing fairly hard off-roading.
     
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    I have Toyos going on tomorrow on my factory wheels. I was a victim of towing over inflated and unfortunately my OEM rears went quick. This is my 3rd set of BFGs and I have had an issue with all 3 sets, wanted to try something new. I will post a pic and a quick review once I get them on.
     
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    Yeah those are a favorite right now, I was surprised how heavy they are tho...

    I added only two pounds per tire and I definitely notice them. 0.2 seconds slower to 60, fuel efficiency is down (when not cruising) as is braking (slightly) .

    Most every other AT or MT is at least five lbs a tire heavier. The E KO2 and Cooper At3 and ST Maxx being the only ones comparable to the stock tires.

    I haven't checked the KM3 weight, but it is supposed to be up 10-20% in traction over the KO2, which isn't enough to me. Further, I've already seen them chunking just like the KO2s.
     
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    Subscribed, Need to get rid of my Anchors I mean General grabbers that came on my Gen 1. I know this is Gen 2 thread don't flame me.
     
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    Anyone know the weight of the 37 kO2 compared to OEM?


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