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anyone seen these... i think they look great... too bad they dont come in the size i need.. a 38x15.5x18 is nice.. but at 450/ea


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Tire Size UTQG Rating Speed Rating Load Rating Sidewall Style Per Tire

27x8.50R14 95Q 6/C BW $140.99

LT215/75R15 103Q 6/C BW $146.99

LT235/75R15 101Q 6/C BW $156.99

30x9.50R15 104Q 6/C BW $170.99

31x10.50R15 109Q 6/C BW $180.99

32x11.50R15 113Q 6/C BW $190.99

33x12.50R15 108Q 6/C BW $210.99

35x12.50R15 113Q 6/C BW $230.99

LT225/75R16 107Q 8/D BW $176.99

LT235/85R16 116Q 10/E BW $186.99

LT245/75R16 116Q 10/E BW $186.99

LT265/75R16 116Q 8/D BW $196.99

LT265/75R16 120Q 10/E BW $200.99

LT285/75R16 123Q 10/E BW $230.99

LT305/70R16 121Q 10/E BW $286.99

LT315/75R16 124Q 10/E BW $246.99

35x12.50R16.5 121Q 10/E BW $286.99

LT265/70R17 118Q 10/E BW $216.99

LT315/70R17 118Q 8/D BW $276.99

35x12.50R17 125Q 10/E BW $286.99

33x12.50R18 118Q 10/E BW $326.99

35x12.50R18 123Q 10/E BW $360.99

35x12.50R18 118Q 8/D BW $350.99

37x13.50R18 124Q 8/D BW $376.99

LT375/60R18 122Q 8/D BW $406.99

38x15.50R18 128Q 8/D BW $446.99

37x13.50R20 127Q 10/E BW $490.99

40x13.50R20 128Q 8/D BW $476.99

36x15.50R20 126Q 10/E BW $540.99

38x15.50R20 125Q 8/D BW $520.99

37x13.50R22 123Q 10/E BW $600.99

37x14.00R24 115Q 8/D BW $716.99

38x14.00R24

nice sidewall too


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Pretty cool tread pattern but the price seems really high for a mud terrain
 

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it does.. they seem to remind me of toyos.. which are priced in the same range.. theyre a HUGE improvement compared to kumhos last mt
Maybe but they're expensive and directional. Do they still have the old mud terrain it seems like this is aimed at a more "hardcore" market
 

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35s priced at 230 each are no worse than a bogger or most swampers. Thats about average price, that i have found, for "name brand" tires.
 

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anybody notice the odd ball wheel sizes? 20s 24s, etc. looks like its geard more toward the show truck market....could be a good off raod tire thou
 

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I think they look retarded. Furthermore, Kumho used to be a good cheap tire. Ever since they got big, they are overpricing their stuff.

The nice improvement over their old style M/T is that these tires are at least siped. I just hope that the sidewall protection is a little better and the road noise less. My tires got very loud after they started wearing down.

BTW, when i got my 32's, they were $105/ea and 35's weren't much more than that.
I have to agree they were a good cheep tire. I had them on my CJ5 they went every where now they are just expensive.
 

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yup, kumho seems to think they can play ball with the big boys now. i ran a set of their at's in 33" flavor a while back, they were under $90 a tire. they were a decent tire that i bought simply because they were cheap. i guess that's not true anymore.
 

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i was nebver a fan of the older kumho mts... they were boring at the least...

the big wheel thing is just a growing trend in the market...i think interco even has a tire for 22's and maybe 24's

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i was nebver a fan of the older kumho mts... they were boring at the least...

the big wheel thing is just a growing trend in the market...i think interco even has a tire for 22's and maybe 24's

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17 is the new 15. I'm not complaining; I prefer a 17 on 35s and up...
 

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im gonna be puttin 24's on my bros summer car(i own it/dd it when hes away at school) but its never gonna see any offroad, its just a gonna be a cool lookin rig
 
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