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post #101 of 132 (permalink) Old 02-27-2017, 07:00 PM
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16 latitude 4x4

225 65 17 bfgoodrich ko2

stock 17 inch rims -- NO lift ---NO spacers ---- NO rubbing at all
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post #102 of 132 (permalink) Old 02-28-2017, 12:43 PM
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Nice stance, Where did you get the rims ?
Thank You.
I found them on " http://www.ozracing.com/wheels " but ordered them from a local shop.
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I went for the Hankook Dynapro ATM tires in this same size and dimensions look close to the Geolanders, depending on which Geolanders they are. I have mine stacked in the garage and can't put them on until winter ends (April), so I'm interested to see what you think of the Geolanders. Did you go for the AT tire or another one?
I went with the newer AT, the G015. They're awesome! I went from the stock tires being .5 mph slower on the speedo than GPS to being about 2.5 mph slower. I averaged 23.8 mph for the first 4300 miles since New with 90% city. My mph for the first 30 miles yesterday is showing 22.3 but I'm sure it'll be nearly no loss in the long run. The mpg will read lower just like the mph because the actual miles covered will be higher than what the computer thinks. I did notice more wind noise over the windshield and roof, but no tire noise. The ride feels softer ( a good thing) and the acceleration didn't feel any different. I have no lift, no spacers, and no run. 2016 sport 1.4M 4x4. Here's some before and after. Looks like I gained nearly an inch in height/clearance.
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Sorry, here are the before and afters
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Here are a few pix of my Pirelli Scorpion Verde Plus all season tires - size is 235/55 18. At the same time, I installed Supreme Suspensions 1" spacers. So far - super happy with handling/looks of spacers, and all aspects of the tires. The only (minor) issue was finding correct width/fit closed-end lug nuts to fit OEM wheels on spacers.
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I have a trailhawk with Geolander MT at 225/75/16, No lift, with 20mm spacers in the front and rear. Without the spacers they just barely, and I mean barely touched the bottom of my front struts. Cleared the backs easily without spacers.
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general question for you off road guys- I'm looking for a setup that will do well off road, in snow (I'm in Buffalo) and just for weekends and whatever as i drive all day for work, and need snows anyway. I'm seeing a lot of great talk over the BFG T/A ko2's. SOOOO many bad reviews on tire rack.. by dudes with big ass trucks and " mostly highway" driving styles.... my question is on these lighter little SUV's how do these tires hold up just in general with miles? also not overly concerned with strictly snow tires- jeep did fine last year on the stock wheels, but the tires are looking a bit haggard now a days. it would probably see maybe 6-8k per year with those tires and wheel setup. looking at 17"s with 225/65 i believe. - saw a silver jeep back a page that looks rad with that.
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Here is my setup, KO2 225/65/17 on rockstar RS3 17x8 +20. No spacers, only a slight rub at full lock and hard braking.
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@Trevor Hickok what exactly are you asking? How long they will last using them for less than 10k a year?

HD trucks have literally tons of weight. The issue with those is the immense amount of weight leads to faster wear, and the torque they run tears up the BFG faster than that of a half ton, or SUV weight. I've seen a few sets of KO2s getting up to 50k (I sell tires) but dependent on matinence habits, could go further on our little 3500lb Renes.

I've got about 13k on mine, and they are sitting at 10/32nds. They come new with 13/32nds. I rotate with a pattern that every tire will be on each corner at some point every 5-6k. I off-road at least every 3 or so months, and try to do a little off highway at a certain hidden spot in between trips to keep my Jeep happy as well 😁

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