Discussion in 'Ranger Media' started by 94_blk4x4, Feb 8, 2012.
No prob man. STT's ftw! Haha
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I actually have a vid of em in action. Hang on...
STT's are awesome, they were my second choice to the KM2's
This is my buddy and me a while back. He took this in 2wd when I just got stuck in it.
haha baller :thumbsup:
lol They're good tires man. Not too bad at highway speeds either. Not too loud, just a little more than a Pro Comp All Terrain.
Mastercraft Courser MT
looks good.. i also considered these again as well since i had them on the '97... baah choices choices :blink:
Yeah, too many choices. lol I'm bad with that.
oh i know what ya mean... but i think i might have made up my mind... not sure yet.. gunna do some more thinking and calculating...
Alright man. Let us know what you pick!
Grabber AT2's i love them, and for 265/75/16s only 180 a tire installed
You know what my truck looks like with 35's so no need to post a pic. LOL
It's all gravy brother.
From what I've heard of the pro-comp is mixed, some people have good luck with them others don't. But they aren't the best in snow/rain.
Keep researching and there may be a tire that's just for you as far as what you want out of it, the performance it gives, how it looks and the most important the $$$.
You know my #1 choice if I had to purchase today, but other choices would be Firestone destination MT's or the Wrangler Silent Armor or I have heard good things about the Geolander MT's. I was dead set on the Cooper Discoverers SST's before I found out why everyone has KM2's. So there's 4 other choices that I would run on my rig if I didn't have KM2's.
Nitto Terra Grappler 285/75 16. Got them over the summer and love them.
Nice, but pricey!
Yeah. I love the Trail Grappler M/Ts, but they're $250 a piece for 31x10.50x15s...
I could be wrong but I swear I read or heard somewhere that they discontinued them
Im going with these in the Spring:
That was my first choice, but after I saw the weight differences in tires, I didnt want them anymore. They're heavier than a bag of bricks. So heavy you can feel the difference in your braking and see it in your gas mileage.
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