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I was lucky enough to have a threaded bolt go through one of my tires so, with the wife's suggestion of course, I got some BF Goodrich KO2's and a tonneau cover. Just in time for our vacation to the Outer Banks in July. Smile



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Posts: 1114 | Location: central nj | Registered: October 29, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Are they noisy?? They look really good?
I have Yokohama Geolander A/T on my Z71 and they are very nice and quiet but would like something a touch more aggressive looking.


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Looks great. K02's are very quiet, no louder than the factory tires I had on my truck.




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There is a funny thing that the wife and I noticed about the noise. They are noisier than stock tires at slow speeds, like when coming to a stop. On the highway I do not hear any noise difference than the stock tires. They are great on the highways.


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My wife has the Geolanders on her Sequoia. They are great tires. I have Michelin LT's on my Tacoma, and they are bit noisier.
 
Great looking RAM whododat. I am guessing with the dual exhausts you have the hemi? The only thing I would change is the license plate. Smile
 
 
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They look great. I've still got some time until I'll need tires on the F150, but KO2s are one of the most seen on the forum over there.

I'll likely be between them or Michelin LTX.
Hearing that the KO2 don't have that all terrain warble makes them more appealing.




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I agree one hundred percent about the license plate!!
Thirty seconds after I retire, we are moving OUT of this state.
And yes, it is a Hemi.


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What kind of tonneau cover did you get? I prefer roll up soft covers like that.
 
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Extang Trifecta 2.0.
IT is a tri fold. So far so good, and we have had a good bit of rain here lately with not a drop getting into the bed.
I have had them before and never had an issue.


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