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I have kinda been lookin at these for the jeep. I think they would work well esp if the sidewalls are better
the ko2s are a 3ply and if you belive the hype use the same sidewalls as their Baja racing tires.
Don't quote me on it, but inspired by, not the same as.
They would have price matched sir!
I stopped in at Discount Tire today to get my BFG KM2 tires rotated and discovered that they are too old to be serviced by Discount anymore. They can do air checks, can remove them (for replacement purposes), but cannot put them back on. I got them in 2007, I think, and they have about half the tread left. Seems like a very cover your butt type of rule, but such is life in these litigious times...
Unless the original paperwork had a time exclusion, I don't think they can do that..........
It could, but a 10 year old tire is just plain old and is a good stopping point. I think it is always harder for people who may only buy tires every couple years or so to understand than it is for people who see enough tires to pull several hundred a week off delivery trucks The oil dissipation rate will change, but even a new tire left in a controlled environment for 10 years is not safe for road use. And people often say they're a good enough driver or they're not afraid of having a tire blow out. Great, kudos to them, but they're not who we're concerned about. What about the soccer mom behind you who has to deal with a tread cap smacking the front of the van at 70 mph, or the motorcyclist dealing with tire parts being flung at them?Just be safe. Just be smart