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Those of you looking at new tires and want something aggressive. Here is a Road and Track Virtual test drive on the new KM2. Check it out.

http://www.roadandtrack.com/article.asp?section_id=43&article_id=4609

Click on the BFG tires in the middle, a new window will pop up.
click on the Mud Terrain TA KM2
Click on the "go for a ride along"

There are two awesome product videos for the New KM2's.
*note you can change the camera view as you watch on the right hand side.

I want these tires.
 

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I just want to know how loud they are on the highway.
 

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cool video. But that was some week mudpit.
 

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I agree with the mud pit being weak, it kinda looked like a dirty puddle to me, Still looks like a great tire though. Does anyone have better Video of them mudding? Part of the video has hwy driving so you can kinda hear them, it is mentioned.
 

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I'm thinking about getting these tires soon, but can't find much info on how they are in the snow, anyone seen a snow review? I drive snow covered roads for about 3-4 months each year and would like a tire that doesn't become useless in winter.
 

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Some places can sipe them for you to make them better in the snow. I think les swab does it and Discount tire/ Americas tire does too. My dad just had his long Trail BFG's done at a Discount Tire in Oregon and he said it helped quite a bit. I can't remember how much he said he paid.
 

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Some places can sipe them for you to make them better in the snow. I think les swab does it and Discount tire/ Americas tire does too. My dad just had his long Trail BFG's done at a Discount Tire in Oregon and he said it helped quite a bit. I can't remember how much he said he paid.
It's about $15 a tire. A couple of dollars less if you have it done when you first buy the tires. I had it done when they mounted my Toyo M/Ts, so don't know the difference it made, but they handle excellent in the rain on curves. Here's a couple of pics of the sipes on mine.

And some siping info.

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