Do you have a Rubicon? If so, there isn’t a 37 out there where you would “need” to regear. Otherwise the BFG KO2 or the STT Pro will be the lightest.37’s are big tires. Weight matters but just the size of them make more of a difference than weight. Doesn’t matter which one you choose. They’re all within 1/2” of each other. Weight will matter more with the ride and drive than a regear.Looking for any input on the lightest weight 37's you guys might know of. Looking for something aggressive but trying to stay away from a re gear for a while.
Looking for any input on the lightest weight 37's you guys might know of. Looking for something aggressive but trying to stay away from a re gear for a while.
Interesting. Link?Mxt, ko2 are both sub 70lbs cooper set pro are like 75
I have nitto ridge grapplers 35s (76lbs) now and Iwent On a wheel momentum calculator and put in the size andweight of my heavy 35s vsa light 37” like a ko2 and the 37 ko2 had a 15% Lower equivalent mass thanmy ridge grapplers.. so I am getting those and expect the vehicle to actually feel a touch lighter and I am happy with my 35s now no thought of regearing
Have you seen this tire? Might add to your list if you haven't, looks promisingAt 68 pounds, the Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT in 37x12.50x17 is the lightest 37" tire that I found in my research. They weight 6.7 pounds more than the Falken Wildpeak MT in 285/70/17 that were OEM on my Rubicon.
looks like the ridge grapplers but a bit lighterHave you seen this tire? Might add to your list if you haven't, looks promising