New Raptor Load Range C 37s?

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may all tires run a little smaller once mounted, even the heaviest 37” will be closer to 36” once mounted. I was tempted to do the art pro which would be a bit bigger and more aggressive but the weight and back order issue pushed me to the k02
absolutely you’re right, but I can show u a photo of my 37 ko2 and then my sst pro and you can literally see that the ko2 are smaller. I hope I’m not offending anyone but I figured some would like to know that. The sst pro I had were like 36.4 actual and the ko2 were sub 35.5.
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absolutely you’re right, but I can show u a photo of my 37 ko2 and then my sst pro and you can literally see that the ko2 are smaller. I hope I’m not offending anyone but I figured some would like to know that. The sst pro I had were like 36.4 actual and the ko2 were sub 35.5.
can you send the pics I am pretty tempted to do the stt pro but have been out off by the back order
 
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All good info. I really didnt want to go too crazy w lift and tires ... and bc these are so quiet and smaller size honestly went w them. Agree w you they run smaller than similar sizes from other brands. I have hard enough time getting in my jeep as it is.

My ultimate goal was to have a build that would do everything my jku did and then some... including a pilgrimage back to Moab. Haha

absolutely you’re right, but I can show u a photo of my 37 ko2 and then my sst pro and you can literally see that the ko2 are smaller. I hope I’m not offending anyone but I figured some would like to know that. The sst pro I had were like 36.4 actual and the ko2 were sub 35.5.
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https://[Banned Site]/threads/the-ultimate-true-tire-size-database.642/

Found this pretty interesting, it’s a list of guys measuring their mounted tires.. looks like the stt pro and the ko2 are pretty close... I do know theko2 even by bfg spec is one of the thinner 37x12.5r17 I think that and the 2 ply sidewall is where the weight savings come from
 

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absolutely you’re right, but I can show u a photo of my 37 ko2 and then my sst pro and you can literally see that the ko2 are smaller. I hope I’m not offending anyone but I figured some would like to know that. The sst pro I had were like 36.4 actual and the ko2 were sub 35.5.
got mine mounted today and my actually was 36” even, which I am good with I wanted a smaller lighter 37.. I have to say they drive a thousand times better than the heavy 35”e ply ridge grapplers I took off
 

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Does anyone know if these are going to be released tomorrow? Just curious because I am probably going to get these once my 2022 model comes in.
 

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Does anyone know if these are going to be released tomorrow? Just curious because I am probably going to get these once my 2022 model comes in.
They are supposed to go into production 6/1. Release possibly by the end of the month from what I was told. If anyone is interested the part number is 80088
 

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Does anyone know if these are going to be released tomorrow? Just curious because I am probably going to get these once my 2022 model comes in.


My local Discount Tire dealer was told by Discount's BFG rep that they could place orders June 1st...I will know tomorrow if anything has changed...
 

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They are supposed to go into production 6/1. Release possibly by the end of the month from what I was told. If anyone is interested the part number is 80088
Sweet! Thanks guys. I also sent BF an email with a timing inquiring. I should be good since I have to wait for my Jeep until late August early September.

Side note, does anyone think it's possible even slightly Jeep would offer these from the factory?
 

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Sweet! Thanks guys. I also sent BF an email with a timing inquiring. I should be good since I have to wait for my Jeep until late August early September.

Side note, does anyone think it's possible even slightly Jeep would offer these from the factory?
There was just an article released that jeep is looking to add 35-in tires as part of a package possibly on the 2022 Rubicon. When you call or send any inquiries to BF Goodrich use that part number I gave you. It will help
 

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FYI I am super happy with my d ply and when I am out in the California dessert with all the rocks the thicker sidewallakes me feel a bit better and on road they are a dream
 

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There was just an article released that jeep is looking to add 35-in tires as part of a package possibly on the 2022 Rubicon. When you call or send any inquiries to BF Goodrich use that part number I gave you. It will help
What if they are offered both?
 

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Discount Tire just recently told me " I checked with BFG on part number MPN 80088. I was told they expect the release dat expected to be the end of June."

I've been waiting on these as well and am curious what the delay is because they've been available in Canada for some time.
 

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Discount Tire just recently told me " I checked with BFG on part number MPN 80088. I was told they expect the release dat expected to be the end of June."

I've been waiting on these as well and am curious what the delay is because they've been available in Canada for some time.
everything is delayed and I’m shortage because of covid..
 
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