Best 35” tires for a daily driver?

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Any suggestions? Smooth riding tires, low noise. Thanks
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The 37" ko2's we put on our jeep are great on the highway. The real measurement of them is also 35". Take that info and do what you want with it lol.

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Ditto the BFG KO2's in load range C (315/70/17). My Rubi came with BFG KO2 285's in load range C, so my ride is actually a bit smoother than stock.
 

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Ditto the BFG KO2's in load range C (315/70/17). My Rubi came with BFG KO2 285's in load range C, so my ride is actually a bit smoother than stock.
Sorry for the dumb question. What load range do the stock oem KO”2 usually come with? Wondering what my 285”s are?
 

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Sorry for the dumb question. What load range do the stock oem KO”2 usually come with? Wondering what my 285”s are?
Mine were load range C. I'm not planning to do any heavy hauling or towing so load range E is overkill in my opinion. I have E's on my full size diesel truck and they are pretty stiff making the ride even harsher.
 
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