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After months of looking at different tires and sizes I finally decided and last night ordered a set of 305/55/20 BFG A/T KO's. Got free shipping on them so ended up getting very good price on them. Now it's time to decide on wheels, black xd hoss or enkei rt6's for a black kc?
 

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GrayB83 said:
After months of looking at different tires and sizes I finally decided and last night ordered a set of 305/55/20 BFG A/T KO's. Got free shipping on them so ended up getting very good price on them. Now it's time to decide on wheels, black xd hoss or enkei rt6's for a black kc?
Sweet deal man! You won't be dissappointed with them at all. I just got to test out how mine do in the snow yesterday (4 inches) and they were absolutely wonderful. I never had to engage 4Hi at all and they just climbed right out of my driveway (very steep incline) with no weight in the back. I've never owned a tire that could do that.
 

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Ok I know they're still not cheap by any means but cheap for this size for the bfg. I paid $1444 shipped, trust me that was a lot cheaper than anywhere else I could find and I figured that these would last me twice as long as nitto terras @ $290 per tire. That's how I have to justify it anyways so my girlfriend doesn't yell at me.:jester:
 

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So where did you get them from?
 

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Yeah I just got to figure out which rims to run first. Right now I'm leaning towards the xd hoss in black or even the rockstars in black over the machined enkei rt6's, I just like the idea of a black truck w/ black rims. I also got to give greg @ PRG a call to set-up my suspension. I'm thinking about the performance pkg but running radflo's instead of dr's or saw's.
 

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So where did you get them from?



:boxing: :cheers:
 

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I got a cheaper quote on the BFG AT KO's from Big O tire in the 315/70/17. They told me 207.00 each.......
 

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I'm in Colorado, off a special website for military you can get BFG for approx $187 a tire 315/70/17....that includes shipping. Then you just have to take them to anyplace for mount/balancing.
 

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Has anyone seen on the PRG site, in the photos section a guy claims to have only have the PRG leveling kit with the inch lift in the rear, ($249 kit price) with 35" x 12.5 r17's BFG MT's w/ off road rims on his truck. I've never heard of fitting 35's on only a leveled truck let alone tires this wide...anyone else?
 

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Has anyone seen on the PRG site, in the photos section a guy claims to have only have the PRG leveling kit with the inch lift in the rear, ($249 kit price) with 35" x 12.5 r17's BFG MT's w/ off road rims on his truck. I've never heard of fitting 35's on only a leveled truck let alone tires this wide...anyone else?
You can fit 315/70/17's with a leveling kit with stock wheels and some aftermarket ones as well depending on the specs. The BFG AT KO in that size is really 34.5" tall and 11.8" wide I believe.

BTW - where in CO are you? Can you purchase 2 sets of tires at that price?
 

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Found some pics and these are without a leveling kit and just the Pinch Weld Mod. Now due to this site not allowing links from CT you must get rid of the space after the first c.....

http://www.c lubtitan.org/forums/showpost.php?p=533281&postcount=47
 

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Thanks for the link to CT....I see he took off his front mudflap to get them to fit. I think it would look a lot better with a lift and or level kit. I suppose we all dont have money trees though!
 
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