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Re: Anyone running KO2s in 295/75r16 with BMC but no lift?

I wanna get 295/75r16 KO2s on my 11 TrailTeams but I don't currently have a BMC and I'm skeptical about it. I have a King 3" lift kit that's only lifted about an inch right now but I'm adjusting it higher. I'm putting the tires on the TRD Bronze beadlocks and was wondering if the tire will rub the mount at any point

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I've found them great on the forest roads and crawling in Utah. I have 33" 295s. Wasn't sure what to properly set the PSI at and they felt horrible. Nitto customer service had an engineer call me back, ask me questions about my specific set-up (bumper, winch, etc.) and then dialed me in to recommended PSI for highway, forest roads, and airing down in Utah. I'm a NITTO fan now.
Nitto seems like a solid company. Out of curiosity, what PSI did the engineer recommend for those different conditions? What ply rating are you running? E, C, D?
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I wanna get 295/75r16 KO2s on my 11 TrailTeams but I don't currently have a BMC and I'm skeptical about it. I have a King 3" lift kit that's only lifted about an inch right now but I'm adjusting it higher. I'm putting the tires on the TRD Bronze beadlocks and was wondering if the tire will rub the mount at any point
Yeah, they will. You can probably drive it home, but youll find theyll hit the body mounts. If you have aftermarket UCAs it will help some.

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Yeah, they will. You can probably drive it home, but youll find theyll hit the body mounts. If you have aftermarket UCAs it will help some.
Thanks, I actually ended up getting 285/75r16 KM3s since the KO2s were on back order until August and I got my BMC done afterall and now I'm going to run the KM3s until I need new tires. Once that happens, I'm going to go with 315/75r16 KM3s
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