Yes, buy them. You will be happy on hwy (not noisy) and happy off-road as well.The_Dude wrote:I have been looking at the BF Goodrich A/T KO2 tires
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Apparently Subi has a new vehicle in the pipeline (avail. early '18?)SpiderLegs wrote:4Runner vs Outback?
I imagine you'll take a mpg hit with the K02s, at least that's my experience. The tires are great however.The_Dude wrote:So, closely related topic, my stock street tires on my 2015 Ram 1500 4X4 are quickly approaching replacement, and a job change has me getting a company truck to take back and forth to work. That means I want to put some better off-roading tires on the Ram! I have been looking at the BF Goodrich A/T KO2 tires, looks like I can get better traction without giving up too much for on the road handling and gas mileage. I will still need my truck for family trips and the such, but I wanted to invest in better tires for dirt roading and such. Any suggestions/ comments would be greatly appreciated!
Maybe they will program the GPS to exclude any dirt roads,.... as if 'outdoorsy millennial's in the Bay Area' are heading there anyway.rcorfman wrote:@hikeaz
Awesome! My only question is whether there will be an issue with the motor mounts?