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GEN 1 BFG KO’s too far gone?

Discussion in 'Ford SVT Raptor General Discussions [GEN 1]' started by KTag98, Apr 3, 2020.

  1. Kyle F

    Kyle F Member

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    I’d run ‘em, as long as sidewalls haven’t been compromised.
     
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    I'd run them too. Just maybe keep the speed below 90 most of the time. ;)
     
  3. The Real Coolbreeze

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    I put new falken wildpeaks on and the ride quality improvement and noise reduction was HUGE!
     
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    Life is short. Don’t skimp on toilet paper or tires....replace them.
     
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    At what point do you recommend changing the toilet paper ?
     
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    I loved the WildPeak AT3W Falkens on my F350. But for the Raptor, are they C rated or D ? I'm pretty sure they only come D rated. OEM is C rated.
     
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    Hey everybody. New here. I JUST got new tires for my 2010 Gen 1. Original owner. About $1800 with a break job on the front, alignment, etc. Moved to the mountains and the snow so I HAD to. 38,000 miles on the old feet and they were still good to go but I knew they were loosing their grip. Winding roads will tell you the story pretty quick. Cracking in the tread area. Very Small. Best truck ever.
     
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    Have you stuck with the KO2?
    I need to swap out this fall and am debating...
     
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    If it bothers you, replace em.
    Never had good experiences with the KO's anyways offroading or wet traction.

    But just between the threads seemed to be normal with the rubber compound on the KO's.
     
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    I had KO then KO2, I just switch to Pirelli Scorpion and I like them better than previous tires.
     
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