BFGoodrich KO2's

RobGreen

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I currently have some Nitto Trail Grapplers on my 2015 Dodge Ram, but sadly it's time to replace them. I am looking at the BFGoodrich KO2's and wanted to see what everyone's thought is on them...
 

BriamH

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I have them as well as a few of my friends. All of us are pleased with the performance and longevity of KO2's. It seems most people either love or hate the tires they currently own.
 

Burla

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I'm pretty loyal to bfg white letter out always. I'd say unless there is an overwhelming reason to get load E bfg's, Id opt for something a little more soft. I just got mine from Costco less then a grand.

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RLJ10X

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When Side Biters came out, I was so jealous. But now that everybody has Side Biters, I like my slick sided white letter tires better. Old school.

The only criticism I have, and it's a minor one, is that they ride a bit firm. But when I air down to 33 psi cold, they ride ok. Be careful driving thru wet grass. You'll leave a trench. Don't ask...
 

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dhay13

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My son had them on his 2018 2500. Got about 55,000 miles out of them. He was off pavement quite a bit for his job and had got stuck 3x in 2 months with the factory Firestones. He got the K02's and never got stuck again. His company paid for those tires but the next set was on him so he bought cheaper ones then recently traded it in. But he loved them and wanted another set
 

ram1500rsm

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I had them in the RAM in 37x12.5x17 D rated and now I do have them in 315/70/17 C rated. Bought another set for my Jeep as well not long ago in 315/70/17 E rated. Best tires I’ve ever ran and I’ve ran a bunch of other brands in AT or MT.
 

corneileous

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I had a set in the stock 20 inch size on my 2018 1500 Limited but only 10 months after buying them I got rid of them simply because they made my ride too rough because they’re an eight ply tire which I wasn’t really aware of at the time I bought them so since I don’t off-road at all to even come close to justifying that stout of a true off-road tire, it was a mistake for me buying them because I only got them for looks and primarily for good traction on snow and ice for whenever we do have any kind of a snow or ice storm down here in Oklahoma.

if you’re in the same boat I am, I would look elsewhere but if you actually do take your truck off road and you’re taking it places where even the street version of an off-road tire would get chewed up, these are definitely the tires for you and worth every penny.
 
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