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Old 08-22-2015, 03:11 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Plowtoy View Post
We put a set of over sized (2 sizes up) LR E KO2's on my folks/our 03 SD. Dad pulls a 12k lb 5th and has no complaints with the tires so far (we just put them on this spring). My BIL borrowed the truck a couple weeks ago to tow their 29L to MN and said he had a lot of sway, but who knows if its the tires or how he set it up, and he's not used to driving a real truck, which drives totally different than his Durango.
I think you will like the KO2's. To me, they seem quieter than the KO's, yet look more aggressive. In fact, I read that they were 20% better in the snow than the original KO's.
That's good to know,we don't actually have any snow around here but I am thinking of moving to a area that will in the winter.I had the SR-A's in the snow once and they are like riding on banana peels.Maybe a 1/4" of snow and I had to slap the truck in 4hi to keep from sliding around so much.

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